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A D Themis & Partners has extensive experience in advising clients in relation to Family Immigration applications. The UK immigration rules generally allow spouses, unmarried partners, fiancés and dependent children to join a person who has ‘settled status’ in the United Kingdom.
If you are married or in a civil partnership with a person that is present and settled in the UK, you shall be able to apply for permission to remain in the UK, providing that you meet the relevant requirements. Alternatively if you and your partner have been living together for at least two years prior to the date of your application you may be able to qualify as an unmarried partner.
If you are planning to come to the UK to get married or register a civil partnership with someone who is already settled or settling here, and you want to stay in the country afterwards, you will need entry clearance (permission to enter) as a Fiancé(e) or proposed civil partner.
If you are presently outside the United Kingdom and wish to marry in the United Kingdom and you plan to leave the UK after the ceremony, you must get entry clearance (permission to enter) and make an application for a Marriage Visitors Visa.
Under European law, EEA and Swiss nationals have the right to live, study and work in the UK, and may be accompanied by their dependent family members, whether or not their family members are themselves EEA or Swiss nationals.
The UK immigration rules allow various categories of migrant nationals to settle in the UK. This is known as Indefinite Leave to Remain (ILR), also known as Settlement or Permanent Residence and is the right to remain in the UK with no time limit or restriction on employment / business activity.
Becoming a British citizen is a significant life event and can be achieved through one of a number of ways. Dependant on individual circumstances, the most popular ways of acquiring British Citizenship is through either Registration or Naturalisation.
Receiving a Home Office refusal letter is often frustrating and confusing, particularly when the decision made is unjust or due to a poorly completed application. It can be extremely upsetting and stressful, however our in house team of experienced advocates are on hand to deal with a range of appeal matters and administrative review applications. We can assist in the preparation of paper appeals or drafting grounds of the appeal, as well as representation at oral hearings.