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Dependent Family Members

We work to ensure families can stay together. We understand the rules and the processes and we make them easy for you.

Keeping Families Together - we facilitate family reunion through extensive experience and devotion to getting it right

The UK recognises the importance of the family unit and, in particular, the rights of children.

However the immigration rules have become increasingly burdensome and complex over the years resulting in increasing numbers of refusals and frustrations. We have extensive experience with complex family reunion matters, including in the area of indefinite leave to remain and citizenship. In particular we can help with:

Indefinite Leave to Remain for Dependent Family Members

Citizenship

Entry and Residence for Children

Adoption and Surrogacy Arrangements

Fiances and Proposed Civil Partners

Parents, Grandparents and other Dependent Relatives

Victims of Domestic Violence

Family members of Points Based System migrants

Resolving prior refusals

News

The Immigration, Nationality and Asylum (EU Exit) Regulations 2019

The Government has introduced before Parliament a Statutory Instrument (“SI”) with the aim of amending primary and secondary legislation to take into account the UK’s departure from the European Union whilst ensuring that immigration, nationality and asylum laws will continue to operate effectively until new legislation is approved by Parliament in due course. The Government…

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Brexit Immigration Advice

British Citizens in Europe

British Citizens and EU Member State Immigration Policy  Preparing for a “no-deal” Brexit Members of Parliament (MPs) have now rejected the Withdrawal Agreement negotiated between the British Government and the European Union three times. The Prime Minister has entered into cross-party negotiations with the Labour opposition with a view to reaching a parliamentary consensus on a way…

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New Innovator and Start-Up Schemes

At the end of March 2019, the Government presented a Statement of Changes to the Immigration Rules (House of Commons paper 1919) which, inter alia, introduced two new routes of entry to the UK for foreign nationals wishing to establish new businesses in the UK: Start-Up and Innovator. Introduced under a new Appendix W to…

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