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As the parent, grandparent, sibling or adult child of a British Citizen or a person with settled status in the UK, you can apply for permission to reside in the UK on an Adult Dependent Visa in exceptional circumstances.
These circumstances may apply when you are in need of long-term personal care which your UK relative can provide. If this proves to be the case, you may be eligible to apply for an Adult Dependent Visa UK. This visa allows you to join your family in the UK for an unlimited period, as long as the relative is a British Citizen or has settled status in the UK. You can also use this visa if your relative has refugee status or humanitarian protection in the UK. In this case, you will need to apply to settle in the UK when your relative does.
At IAS, we understand the importance of being close to family and we want to help you get the care you need and deserve. One of our dedicated immigration lawyers will meet with you to determine your eligibility for an Adult Dependent Visa. We will also perform a thorough check to make sure all your documents are sufficient for your application and liaise with the Home Office. As well as this, your lawyer will write a Letter of Representation to accompany your application. This letter acts in support of your case and makes reference to any current immigration laws or cases which support yours. Get in touch with IAS today, to see if you are eligible for an Adult Dependent Visa UK.
In order to apply for an Adult Dependent Visa, you must be able to prove that you need long-term care to do everyday personal and household tasks because of either illness, disability or old-age.
You must also be able to demonstrate that the care you need is not available or affordable in the country you live and that the person you will be joining in the UK will be able to support, accommodate and care for you without claiming public funds for at least five years.
Additionally, you must be at least 18 years old to apply and must provide extensive medical, identification and information records. If you need any assistance with this very complex process, the highly-qualified lawyers at IAS are able to offer you step-by-step assistance throughout your application process.
Get in touch to speak to an immigration lawyer about your personal situation and take your first steps towards obtaining an Adult Dependent Visa UK.
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