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Your partner or your children can also join you in the UK if they are eligible as per the rules of the Home Office. In case they are eligible to apply as a dependent on your behalf, they each have to fill the separate applications. Once your partner will be successful in receiving the visa, their visa will usually end on the same date as your visa end date. If suppose a child’s parents have different visa expiry dates, then in that case the child’s visa will expire in an earlier date.
There are different rules to follow as well in case of proving financial conditions. Every family member has to pay separate fees on a separate application. Your partner and your children can apply as a dependent on your Skilled Worker Visa either from outside the UK or from inside the UK, and they have to follow the Home Office guidelines in either case.
If you are in skilled worker visa in the UK and your child is born at that time, then he is not automatically become a British Citizen. You have to apply for a dependant visa for your child in case you are thinking of travelling in or travelling out of UK with your children. We will completely provide you the guidance throughout the process so that you do not have to go through the complexity in dealing with the visa application. We highly recommend that for any queries, please feel free to contact us.
UK Dependant Visa Guidance
Our immigration advisor can help you with your visa requirements in Bristol, London, Manchester, Birmingham, Leeds, Glasgow, Southampton, Liverpool, Newcastle and rest of the UK. The UK Dependant Visa is for the family members of people who have, or are applying for, visas various work categories including the Worker routes (formerly Tier 2), Temporary Worker routes (formerly Tier 5) as well as Representatives of overseas business, Innovators, Global Talent migrants and those with visas granted on the basis of UK ancestry. we can enhance the chance that your dependent family members are permitted to accompany you to the UK – so that you can embark on your new adventure, free from stress and worry.
As a focused immigration firm, we provide friendly, responsive, accurate legal advice and information that you can rely on. By instructing us to manage your entire family’s application for leave to enter the UK, you can be confident you receive right legal advice and strong legal representation in Harrow, Hounslow, Brent, Redbridge, Ealing, Newham, Hillingdon, Slough, Wolverhampton, Leicester, Sandwell, Coventry, Walsall, Warwick, Oadby and Wigston, Blaby, Charnwood.
UK Dependant Visa Help
A person with a UK visa can place an application for their family members on a Dependent Visa and that will allow them to come to UK as well. Our visa office is based in UK and we provide help in all visa categories including Dependent Visas as well. There are different visa types in which a visa holder can apply an application for their family members such as work, business and others.
In immigration rules there are two Dependent Visa types. One is PBS Dependent Visa and the other one is simply Dependent Visa. In both the visa category the visa holder can put application for family members to join them in UK. PBS Dependent Visa is simply a point based visa such as Work Visa which allows the main visa holder to put an application and bring their family members.
This is to be understood that the dependent should refer to a partner/spouse or child of the main visa holder. So please try to understand that a partner is someone who is either married or is in a civil relationship with the visa holder. Or they are living with each other for at least 2 years.
There are also certain obligations that the Home Office impose on the child in Dependent Visa category and those rules have to be followed and eligibility criteria to be fulfilled before applying for a Dependent Visa. Other than bringing your family members on Dependent Visa you can also bring them through the ILR or British Citizenship if you are holding that one.
It is to be understood that because Dependent Visa is provided in different visa categories, the specific requirement to be met to get a Dependent Visa will depend on the type of visa that the main visa holder is having. There are different documents required in this Dependent Visa category and we will help you in collecting all those documents.
Guide For UK Dependent or Family Visa
If you’re visiting a family member in the UK for more than six months, you need a dependent visa. Your family must be either British citizens or have permanent UK residency. You must also have enough money in your bank account to support yourself without recourse of public funds. And finally, you must pass the Points Based System check before applying for a dependent visa in the UK.
From Outside the UK
If you’re applying for a dependent visa from outside the UK, you’ll need to provide information about your dependents in your visa application.
Your dependents include:
your spouse or civil partner – your marriage or civil partnership must be recognized in the UK
your child under 18
If your child is over 18, they’ll need to apply separately for their own visa.
If you want to extend your family visa
You should apply before your current visa expires.
You will not get a decision on the same day.
You can apply up to 28 days before your current visa expires.
If this is your first time extending, you can apply:
up to 3 months after the date you arrived in the UK (or 6 months if you applied for entry clearance as a visitor)
up to 6 months before your current permission in the UK expires if you’ve extended before or you were given permission for more than 6 months
The earliest date you can apply from is set out on your biometric residence permit (BRP). You must submit your application by this date.
How long it takes to get a decision
It can take up to 8 weeks from applying for a decision. You may need to book an appointment at a premium service centre if you want to get a decision faster – there is an additional fee and only certain applications are eligible. You cannot book an appointment until after you have submitted your application.
How to switch to the family visa?
You can only switch to a family visa if you’ve already been living in the UK on a different visa.
Family visas you can switch to include:
spouse or partner visa
prospective marriage visa (if you’re not married yet)
family life as a partner visa (if you’re in a relationship but not married or civil partnered)
unmarried partner visa (if you’re in a long-term relationship)