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UK Family Visa

In this section, you will find information about:

You will need to apply for a ‘family of a settled person’ visa if you’re living outside the EEA or Switzerland and you want to visit a family member or partner who is living the UK permanently for 6 months or more. In order to apply your family member must:

  • be a British citizen
  • have settled in the UK - (Holding Indefinite Leave to Remain)
  • EEA National with limited Leave to Remain
  • a person holding limited leave as a ECAA person under Appendix ECAA
  • have asylum or humanitarian protection in the UK

If you are eligible, you can apply to:

  • join your partner (husband, wife, fiancé, civil or unmarried partner)
  • join your parent
  • come to look after your child
  • come to be looked after by family

Applying for a Partner Visa

If you want to join your spouse, fiancé, civil partner or unmarried partner in the UK then you need to apply for that specific visa. In order to do so, both parties involved must be over 18 years old and plan to live together in the UK. They must be able to prove that they can support themselves, and the spouse applying for the visa must also be able to satisfy the the English Language requirement in order to enter the country. We can also help with visas in spousal separation or divorce cases.

Applying for an Immediate Family Visa

We can also help if you want to apply for an immediate family visa, such as an adult dependant visa or UK child visa. When you choose to go with Visa & Migration, you will be provided with unlimited support - we will do our absolute best to ensure that you can be with the ones you love in the UK.

If you’d like more information regarding an application for a UK Family Visa, or would like to make an appeal against a UK visa decision then do not hesitate to get in touch.

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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.