If you are a dependant relative of a British citizen or a person settled in the UK (known as your ‘settled relative’), you can apply for permission to settle permanently here, also known as ‘indefinite leave to enter or remain’.
You can apply for permission to settle permanently here (known as ‘indefinite leave to enter or remain’) if you are:
You will be required to demonstrate that you satisfy the following requirements:
These applications can only be made if you are outside the UK, and you must provide documents to support your visa application, including a sponsorship undertaking form signed by the British citizen or settled person on whom you are dependent (your sponsor). As the Immigration Rules have changes significantly from the “old” dependent relative category, it is wise to seek our legal advice immediately so our immigration team can assist you further.
You can apply for permission to settle permanently in the UK, also known as indefinite leave to enter or remain.