The government’s New Plan for Immigration aims to help unaccompanied asylum-seeking children, by directing all local authorities with children’s services to provide care placements for them. It will make the National Transfer Scheme for such children mandatory for local authorities with children’s services. Until recently, many councils did not accept the transfer of children, resulting
Spouses, Civil Partners and Unmarried Partners of British Citizens as well as Settled and persons with Limited Leave under Appendix EU may be eligible to make this application.
Those applying for ILR in this Immigration category must have been in a genuine and subsisting relationship at the time of the deceased partner’s death.
If your circumstances are such that you are eligible to make this application, please contact us, our Immigration Department will deal with your matter compassionately and confidentially.
Related Resources (View more resources)
International Students must successfully apply for a Student visa before they can commence their studies in the UK. Read our helpful factsheet on what’s required.
Listen to our latest podcast on Student Visas and Student Leave – If you have any questions or would like to get in touch with Omayemi Mac-Jaja then he’d love to hear from you on 01582 514 391