Your parents cared for you in your youth, so it’s only natural to want to return the favour when they reach old age. If you are currently living in the UK and want to know about the process of bringing your parents to the UK as your dependents, this article is for you. According to…

Shakespeare wrote the classic line: “The course of true love never did run smooth.” And if you are planning to bring a spouse or partner to join you in the UK using the spouse/partner visa route, that quote will particularly resonate. In December last year the Home Secretary, James Cleverly, announced a raft of changes…

If you are currently living in the UK on a spouse/partner visa and wish to extend your stay beyond the initial period you were granted, you will need to complete and submit the Home Office’s FLR M Visa form. Form FLR M is also used to extend the stay of dependant children presently in the…

Several hundred spouse visa entry clearance applications get rejected every year due to one of the other reasons. There has been a 19% increase in rejections since the new immigration rules were announced in 2012.  Generally speaking, most of the refusal cases are overturned by either making a new application or appealing the refusal. In…

The Marriage (Same-Sex Couples) Act 2013 was passed on 17 July 2013. The first same sex marriages took place in March 2014. Same-sex couples who got married overseas under foreign law, and were consequently treated as civil partners in England & Wales, are now recognised as married in England & Wales. Settlement for same-sex couples …

Applying for a UK Spouse Visa is both exciting and stressful at the same time.  It is well-known that the UK government is quick to refuse; even highly talented sportspeople who have played for England have been refused a Visa. The key to ensuring your Spouse Visa application succeeds is knowing why they are refused…

Unmarried Partner Visa or Same-sex Partner visa for UK helps non-EU applicants who are not married but in a relationship with the British or Settled person in the UK. There are several important requirements you must meet, including the minimum income threshold, accommodation requirement, English language requirement and relationship requirements. When you first start to…

Spouse Visa or Civil Partnership Visa Extension will be required once your initial stay of 30 months ends. This is done by submitting an FLR (M) form application to UK Visas and Immigration (UKVI). After five years, you may be able to apply for Indefinite Leave to Remain. With the UK government relentless in its…

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