Are you the parent, grandparent, sibling or adult child of a British citizen or settled person? If so, you may be eligible for an Adult Dependent Visa UK in special circumstances.

This type of Tier 2 dependant visa is applicable for those who need long-term personal care which only their British relative can provide. An Adult Dependent Visa UK lets you join your family member in the UK for an unlimited period. Your relative must be a British citizen, have settled status or have refugee status to be eligible.

How can IAS help?

As this is a very difficult visa to obtain, our lawyers can help you make your application as extensive as possible. Our services include one-to-one assistance. We also provide a full document assessment and compilation of your evidence into an application portfolio. Your lawyer will also write a Letter of Representation to support your application. Call +1844 290 6312 for a free consultation or make an inquiry to find out if you are eligible for an Adult Dependent Visa UK.

FAQs

What are the Adult Dependent Visa UK requirements?

To apply for an Adult Dependent Visa, you need to demonstrate that you need long-term care to do everyday personal and household tasks. This can be due to illness, disability or old age.

You must also be able to show that you cannot get this care in your home country – either because it is not available or not affordable.

Alongside this, your relative must be equipped to accommodate and care for you once you are in the UK.

You must be aged 18 or over and you will need to show extensive medical records.

Is my relative required to do anything as the sponsor of a Dependent Relative Visa?

Your relative must meet certain requirements if you are applying for an Adult Dependent Visa UK.

They must either have:

They must:

  • Be financially secure
  • Be able to provide long-term care for you
  • Be able to accommodate you in the UK

What services does IAS offer?

The application for an Adult Dependent Visas can be particularly challenging – as they are some of the most difficult UK visas to be granted.

Our immigration lawyers are experienced and professional.  They can guide you through each stage of your application process.

With IAS, you will be paired with an immigration lawyer. Your lawyer will begin the journey with you and guide you through the process until a decision on your application is reached.

They will:

  • Check and process your supporting evidence;
  • Compile your documents into an extensive evidence portfolio, to be presented to the Home Office;
  • Liaise with the Home Office regarding your application and particular issues;
  • Complete your full application to the highest possible standard;
  • Write a Letter of Representation to support your application. This letter will detail your case and describe its merits, while also citing relevant case-law to back it up.

Contact us now on +1844 290 6312 or make an inquiry to speak with one of our immigration lawyers about your situation.

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