Successful application for FLR(M) relying on income from being a director of a UK limited company
July 07, 2021

Background We have been with our client Mrs C for a long time. We helped her with her initial application under Appendix FM. This time, she instructed us to assist with her extension under the same category. How we helped According to the Appendix FM of Immigration Rules, one of the requirements that the applicant…

Successful application for entry clearance as a spouse of a British citizen
January 25, 2021

Background Our client,Mr K,initially came to the UK as a student. While in the UK he submitted an extension application as a Student.  The extension application was refused, and he eventually became an overstayer in the UK. A few years later, he met his current wife, and they got married. He was advised by his…

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March 02, 2020

Background Mr A, an Indian national, was married to a Romanian national. He had been an overstayer in the UK when he started his relationship with his wife. Mr A decided to depart the UK voluntarily and returned to India in December 2017 with his Romanian partner. They decided to marry in India. Thereafter, Mr…

A Y & J Help Client Gain Limited Leave to Remain as the Spouse of a Person Present and Settled in the UK
August 27, 2019

Background Our client Mrs S met her husband Mr A in 2012; they got married in 2013.  After getting married, Mr A was transferred by his company to their branch in the Netherlands.  Mrs S then applied for a visa and joined Mr A, and the couple had been living there together since.  Last year,…

August 21, 2019

We were approached by the sponsor, a British Citizen, working in the UK.  He was soon to be married to his partner of a number of years, whom he met whilst working overseas.  His partner already had a son when they met, and the father had been absent for much of the child’s life.  The…

June 25, 2019

Four months ago, we were approached by Mr V, a US national residing in Europe.  He had separated from his children’s mother many years ago but chose not to get divorced and to continue parenting the children jointly.  He applied for entry clearance to join his British children but had not anticipated the technical difficulties…