loader
A Y & J Helps Client Achieve Settlement After Five Years’ Continuous Stay As Tier 2 Dependant, Then Settlement For His Wife and Daughter

Background After successfully assisting our client, Mr S, with his settlement application after five years’ continuous stay in the UK as a Tier 2 (General) migrant, we were then instructed to assist him with the settlement application of his wife and daughter. How A Y & J helped our client achieve settlement Reviewing eligibility for…

A Y & J Successful in Acquiring Settlement For Clients Who Had Completed Ten Years’ Continuous Lawful Residence in the United Kingdom

Background Both Mr A and Mr B first arrived in the UK as a student about 10 years ago. Case 1 When Mr A applied for further leave to remain in the same category, his application was refused with a right of appeal.  Mr A lodged an in-time appeal which was allowed.   Mr A then…

A Y & J Helps Client Gain ILR After Five Years' Continuous Stay On Tier 2 (General) Visa

Background Our client, Mr K, first entered the UK as a Tier 4 (General) Student migrant 9 years ago.  He extended his leave as a Tier 4 (General) student migrant a few times until he completed his study in the UK.  After graduating, Mr K found a job in the UK, and his employer agreed…

A Y & J Helps Client to Overturn Visit Visa Refusal

Background Ms A had applied for a five-year Visit Visa which was unreasonably refused on the basis that she did not demonstrate that she had a genuine intention to visit the UK and that she would return to her country of residence at the end of her visit.  Her application was refused under Paragraphs V4.2(a)…

Background Mr A entered the United Kingdom in 2009, being granted leave to remain as a student, and later securing an extension of his leave as a student until 2015.  Mr A then applied for leave as a dependant of a Tier 4 Student, valid until 30 April 2017.  Subsequently, he was granted Leave to…

Mr D, was a Turkish national residing in the UK as a self-employed businessperson under the “Ankara Agreement” in place with Turkey, along with his family members.  The Rules permitted Mr D to reside and do business in the UK and, promised settlement after four years at that time. In May 2018, upon completing four…