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Partner & Spouse Immigration Solicitors Glasgow
You can apply to bring your spouse, civil partner, unmarried partner, or fiancé to the UK if you are a British citizen or as a settled person in the UK. You may also be able to apply if your spouse or partner is already in the United Kingdom. You will have to meet certain requirements including minimum income requirement and English language requirement. If your application is successful, you’ll be allowed to stay in the UK for at least 2.5 years. If you wish to bring your fiancé to the UK, then you will have to marry your fiancé within 6 months of arriving in the UK and then apply as a spouse.
Does your husband or wife live abroad?
We provide full Spouse Visa support for you and your loved ones, to help prepare an application for entry clearance for them to join you in the UK. This will include completion of necessary visa application forms and advising you of the evidence required and of the minimum income or adequate maintenance requirements of the Immigration Rules and prepare detailed human rights applications on your behalf.
If you wish to marry your partner in the UK, you may be required to apply for a visa before coming to the UK. This must be done from outside of the UK before you can register to marry.
If you are currently living in the UK on a difference visa, you may be eligible to switch to a family/fiancé(e) visa to stay with your spouse or partner. You may also be eligible to apply to stay on the basis of your private life if you have already been residing in the UK for several years.
Child Immigration Lawyers Glasgow
You can apply to join one of your parents in the UK if they have Leave to Remain or Indefinite Leave to Remain. You will need to be under 18 years old and show that can be financially supported.
We understand how important it is to be reunited with your child. We can help you throughout the application process in bringing your child to the UK.
Parent Immigration Lawyers Glasgow
Adult Dependant Relative Immigration
You can apply to come to the UK to be cared for by a relative if you are outside of the UK. The family member must be living in the permanently in the UK and looking after your long-term care. You will need to show that the long-term care to do everyday personal tasks and the care is not available in the country you live in.
If you are under the age of 18 years old and a British Citizen or settled in the UK, then you can apply to bring your parent to the UK. You must show that the parent in question has sole parental responsibility.