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ILR As A Dependant Of Health and Care Worker

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ILR As A Dependant Of Health and Care Worker

You can apply for ILR as a Health and Care Worker dependant upon completion of 5 years in the UK on dependant visa if the main applicant is either applying for ILR or has already obtained ILR as Health and Care Worker. Certain dependants of Health and Care Worker may not be able to apply for ILR at the same time as the main applicant due to not meeting the 5 years residential requirement and therefore they have to apply for ILR as Health and Care Worker dependant after the main applicant has already been granted ILR as a Health and Care Worker.

Our specialist team of dependant visa solicitors can provide fast, friendly, reliable and fixed fee legal services for ILR as a Health and Care Worker dependant. As specialist work visa solicitors, we have wealth of knowledge and extensive experience of dealing with all types of dependant visa applications. Ask a question to our work visa solicitors for free immigration advice or schedule an appointment for detailed immigration advice concerning your ILR application as a Health and Care Worker dependant.

Eligibility Requirements For ILR As A Health and Care Worker Dependant

As a dependant of Health and Care Worker migrant, you should satisfy the following requirements to be eligible for ILR as a Health and Care Worker dependant:

  • Your sponsor (Health and Care Worker) must either be applying for ILR as a Health and Care Worker at the same time or must have obtained ILR already as a Health and Care Worker
  • You must have lived in the UK for 5 years continuously with dependant visa. You can apply for ILR as a Health and Care Worker dependant 28 days before completion of 5 years residence on dependant visa
  • You must prove your genuine and subsisting relationship with your Health and Care Worker sponsor with appropriate documents
  • You must provide evidence of adequate accommodation in the UK for you to be accommodated without any public funds
  • You must have evidence of funds for maintenance to support yourself in the UK without public funds
  • You must have passed the Life in the UK test
  • You must meet the Enlighs language requirement
  • You must not fall for refusal under general grounds for refusal

Super Priority Service (Decision Within 24 Hours) For ILR As A Health and Care Worker Dependant

As the expert immigration solicitors based in London, Manchester and Birmingham, we are registered with the Home Office, UK Visas & Immigration (UKVI) and its commercial partners UKVCAS Sopra Steria to provide Super Priority Service (SPS) for your application whereby decision on your application will be made by the Home Office UKVI within 24 hours of the enrolment of your biometrics.

Our immigration solicitors can prepare and submit your ILR application as a Health and Care Worker Dependant to the Home Office, UKVI through Super Priority Service (SPS) and get decision on your ILR application within 24 hours. This way, you will not have to wait for the decision on your application for months (sometimes years).

How Can We Help?

Our specialist team of dependant visa solicitors can provide fast, friendly, reliable and fixed fee legal services for your application for ILR as a Health and Care Worker dependant. We will carry out all the work on your application until you get a decision from the Home Office UKVI on your ILR application as a Health and Care Worker dependant. Our immigration solicitors’ work on your ILR application as a Health and Care Worker dependant may include the following:

  • assessing your eligibility for ILR as a Health and Care Worker dependant by considering all the relevant eligibility requirements
  • advising on relevant documents to be submitted in support of your ILR application as a Health and Care Worker dependant
  • completing online application form for ILR as a Health and Care Worker dependant
  • submitting your completed ILR application online, paying the Home Office UKVI fees and booking your appointment with the UKVCAS Application Centre for you to enrol your biometrics
  • preparing a detailed cover letter in support of your ILR application to explain in detail how all the relevant requirements for ILR as a Health and Care Worker dependant have been satisfied by you
  • uploading all the supporting documents online in support of your ILR application as a Health and Care Worker dependant
  • doing all the follow up work including responding to any queries raised by the Home Office UKVI until decision is reached on your ILR application as a Health and Care Worker dependant

Our Fixed Fees For Dependant Visas

Unless your matter is very complicated, our fixed fees for various applications for dependant visa are as given in the fee table below:

Our Service Our Fixed Fees Range
Entry clearance for Dependant visa From £800 To £1,200 (VAT not applicable)
Switching into Dependant visa from inside the UK From £800 + VAT To £1,200 + VAT
Extension / Renewal of Dependant Visa  From £800 + VAT To £1,200 + VAT
ILR as a Dependant  From £800 + VAT To £1,200 + VAT
Administrative Review of Dependant Visa Entry Clearance Refusal Refusal From £600 + VAT To £1,000 + VAT
Administrative Review Of Refusal Of In-Country Application For Dependant Visa From £600 + VAT To £1,000 + VAT
Additional fee for each dependant applying along with the main applicant From £300 + VAT To £500 + VAT
Naturalisation as a British Citizen after the grant of ILR From £700 + VAT To £1,200 + VAT

The agreed fixed fee will depend on the complexity of the application and the volume of casework involved in the application. In addition to our fixed fee for legal services in relation to your application, the applicant will also have to pay the Home office UKVI fees for the application.

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