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Sponsor License Change of Circumstances

A UK organization looking to employ overseas workers must apply and receive a sponsor license, giving them the right to issue a certificate of sponsorship to foreign workers. Sponsor License comes with certain duties that a sponsor license holder organization must comply with during the entire validity period of the sponsor license. Sponsor License holders must comply with the sponsor's duties to ensure that immigration law is not abused. One of the key responsibilities of a sponsor license hold

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By visaandmigration.com - 6 months ago


British Citizenship Applying as a Partner

If you are married to or in a civil partnership with someone who is a British citizen, and you have received your indefinite leave to remain, you can apply for British citizenship by way of
naturalisation
. You must have lived in the UK for at least three years to qualify for naturalisation as a partner of a British citizen. The applications are submitted under Section 6 (2) of the British
Nationality Act 1981.

Applying for British Citizenship as Partner Requirements

You can apply for Bri

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By visaandmigration.com - 6 months ago


Including Child Dependents on Your UK Partner Visa Application

If you are married to or in a civil partnership or unmarried partner of someone who is a British citizen or has settled status in the UK, you can apply for a UK partner visa to join them. You must meet certain eligibility requirements for a successful UK partner visa application.
Your partner in the UK is known as 'sponsors'. If you have a child or children, from a previous relationship or marriage you can include them in your application, and they will be able to apply for Entry Clearance as a

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By visaandmigration.com - 7 months ago


How to Decide between Applying for a Fiancé or UK Spouse Visa

UK Fiancé Visa and UK Spouse Visa are a part of the UK family visa category. Both visas allow you to join your partner in the UK; however, which visa you can choose depends upon the relationship status between you and your UK partner. Both these visas come under the category of UK Partner Visa.

A UK spouse visa allows you to join your spouse or long-term partner in the UK, while a UK fiancé visa allows you to join your future spouse in the UK, whom you can marry within the prescribed time lim

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By visaandmigration.com - 7 months ago


Apply for an adult-dependent relative visa from the UK

From 1st June 2023, the adult-dependent relative visa route has its own Appendix, Appendix Adult Dependent Relative.
The route is for a person aged 18 or over, who is sponsored by a British citizen, a person holding Indefinite Leave to Remain, EEA National who has permission under Appendix EU or has a protection status in the UK.

Who can apply for an adult-dependent relative visa?

An adult-dependent relative is:
 A parent aged 18 or over
 A grandparent
 A brother or sister aged 18 o

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By visaandmigration.com - 8 months ago


Fiancé Visa when your partner received PIP or Carers Allowance

If you are a non-British national and want to get married in the UK or enter into a civil partnership with your fiancé who is a British citizen or has settled status in the UK, you can apply for a UK Fiancé visa. Your partner in the UK must sponsor you for you to be eligible to apply for a UK Fiancé visa. UK Fiancé visa allows you to stay in the UK for up to 6 months. Within six months of your arrival in the UK, you must marry or enter into a civil partnership with your UK-based partner. If you

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By visaandmigration.com - 8 months ago


UK Spouse or Partner visa to Indefinite Leave to Remain 5 year Route

UK spouse visa allows a non-British individual with a partner who is either a British citizen, holds ILR, Pre-settled status, settled status, ECAA, refugee or holds Humantarian Protection in the UK to join them. After completing 5 years on a UK Spouse visa or Partner Visa, you can apply for an indefinite leave to remain under Appendix FM of the Immigration Rules. ILR will allow you to live and work in the UK permanently without any time restriction.

How to switch from a UK spouse visa to Inde

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By visaandmigration.com - 10 months ago


20 years Private Life Visa

Once a person has resided in the UK for 20 years which can be a legal or illegal stay, the person can usually be permitted to stay in the UK. A private life route means if an individual has lived in the UK for a
substantial period and developed a private life in the UK, they can apply for permission to stay in the UK on a private life route.

A 20-year private life visa is for adults over 18 who have lived in the UK ‘lawfully’ or ‘unlawfully’ for 20 years or more. An application based on 20 y

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By visaandmigration.com - 10 months ago


Ten-year partner and the parent route

Those applying for an ILR who meet all the suitability requirements on five years partner or parent route but meet only some eligibility requirements can apply for ILR based on a ten-year partner or parent
route.

The 10-year route as a partner or parent applies from within and outside the UK. Outside UK application will be considered mainly on exceptional circumstances.

The 10 years partner or parent route is mainly for people who are unable to meet the requirements of 5 years route and t

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By visaandmigration.com - 10 months ago


Duties and compliance related to sponsorship license

A sponsorship license is mandatory for any UK company to employ a non-British or non-Settled worker. However, it comes with certain duties and compliance on the part of the sponsorship license holder or sponsor. If the Home Office finds that the sponsor has failed to comply with its duties, their UK sponsorship license can be revoked or suspended.
To meet the duties, knowledge of rules and resources is required to ensure your organization is compliant.

Sponsorship license duties

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By visaandmigration.com - 10 months ago


Visa and Migration is a private OISC regulated company (F201500999) and is not an official Government body. If you would like to prepare and submit your UK immigration application yourself you can do so by visiting the UKVI website.