This Practice Note outlines the eligibility requirements and procedure (including application form and fee information) for an individual applying to come to the UK as a parent of a child under 12 who is at school in the UK. It also provides a summary of the duration and conditions of leave for the category.
This Practice Note examines the key common requirements for indefinite leave to remain (ILR) applications in work-related categories in the Immigration Rules which lead to settlement. These are absences and continuity of residence, criminality and knowledge of language and life in the UK.
This Practice Note outlines the key procedural requirements for entry clearance and leave to remain applications under the Global Talent route (Stage 2 of the application process). It looks at the eligibility requirements, forms, fees and supporting documents. It also covers the indefinite leave to remain (ILR) requirements, including for individuals applying under the predecessor Tier 1(Exceptional Talent) route, which remains open for these applications only.
This Practice Note looks at the endorsement criteria under the Global Talent route, previously known as the Tier 1 (Exceptional Talent) route. It covers Stage 1 of the application process and details the criteria of the various endorsement bodies, the difference between exceptional talent and exceptional promise, the review mechanism for rejected applications and common issues and pitfalls when making an application for endorsement.
This Practice Note sets out the long residence and private life routes within the Immigration Rules. It covers applications for leave to remain and indefinite leave to remain under either route. It also looks at settlement applications under the ten-year long residence route.
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