As a Tier 1 Investor migrant, your dependents are allowed to join or remain in the United Kingdom as long as they have entered as a dependent. Home Office allows children under 18 years of age, or your husband, wife, civil partner, or unmarried or same-sex partner to join or remain in the United Kingdom.
To be given permission to enter or stay, a partner must meet the conditions set out in the immigration rules at paragraph 319C of part 8, of the Immigration Rules and must supply the correct documents. The conditions if they have been granted to enter/remain in the United Kingdom as a dependant of a Tier 1 Investor Migrant:
In order to be given entry clearance or permission to stay, a child must meet the conditions set out in the immigration rules at paragraph 319H of part 8. If the child is, he/she will be granted entry clearance or permission to stay subject to the following conditions:
We can provide support in preparing your dependant's application whether they are in the UK or outside, call us today on 0207 237 3388 or send us details through e-mail on firstname.lastname@example.org.
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