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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…

July 30, 2019

Background Our client, Mrs B, entered the United Kingdom on 23 September 2007 after being granted entry clearance as a student.  Later she was granted a Tier 1 Migrant Visa which was followed by two further Tier 1 (General) Visas.  On 1st July 2016, Mrs B applied for Indefinite Leave to Remain as a Tier…

A Y & J Assists Client Successfully Switch From Restricted Work Visa to UK Spouse Visa
June 17, 2019

A Y & J were approached by Ms E seeking advice on how she could obtain leave to remain in the UK as a spouse.  She had entered the UK on Tier 2 (General) visa, permitting employment with only a single named employer and with no option to switch company.  And to make matters worse,…

A Y & J Solicitor Assist Client To Secure Settlement in the UK as a Spouse of a British Citizen
May 31, 2019

Mrs A met her husband, Mr B, a British Citizen, in her country of origin.  The couple married and continued to live overseas for a few years before deciding to relocate to the UK.  They instructed A Y & J Solicitors with the initial entry clearance application and a subsequent extension spouse application.  Both applications…

May 27, 2019

Mrs C was the spouse of a Tier 1 (Entrepreneur) migrant, Mr C.  Mr C had spent ten years working and studying in the UK.  He was, therefore, eligible to apply for settlement based on his ten years lawful continuous residence in the UK. Mrs C had come to the UK some years after her…