7-year-child-residency immigration rule

Family Visas: 7 Years Child Residency Immigration Rule


It is an inconvertible truth that the first seven years of a child’s life are significant to their growth, advancement, and happiness. After all, these seven years make and reflect a decent sum of their experiences and memories. For a youngster who was given birth to and bred in the United Kingdom for those seven years…


How to apply for settlement in the UK?


With the UK due to officially leave the EU, changes to Visa and immigration laws are imminent. If you want to stay in the UK, without time restrictions permanently, then you need to act now!…


Indefinite Leave to Remain: Apply after five years in the UK?


Changes to immigration laws are underway due to Brexit. If you are currently on a Visa or looking to remain in the UK, then you must know your rights! Read on for everything you need to know about Indefinite Leave to Remain in the UK if you have been here for five years or more.…


Can I extend my UK spouse visa?


If you are currently living in the UK, and you have a spouse visa, it is essential not to overlook its expiry date. By not correctly renewing your visa, you could end up being deported and separated from your family and loved ones.…


How to find a Tier 2 Visa Sponsor?


The Government have confirmed that free movement for EU/EEA citizens will stop at the end of 2020. With this in mind, changes to working visas and tier 2 visa sponsorship are afoot.…


UK Spouse Visa: Financial Requirements!


Spouse visa applications and extensions can be a complicated matter. They involve much time, proof and supporting documentation.The hardest part for most candidates is knowing the financial necessities and understanding……

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