The following Immigration guidance note provides comprehensive and up to date legal information covering:
A partner of a person with UK ancestry is eligible to accompany or join them in the UK if:
they are the spouse, civil partner, unmarried or same-sex partner of a person with leave in the UK ancestry category
in the case of being the unmarried or same-sex partner of a person with leave in the UK ancestry category:
any previous marriage or civil partnership (or similar relationship) by either partner has permanently broken down
they are not involved in a consanguineous relationship with one another
they have been in a subsisting relationship akin to a marriage or civil partnership for at least two years immediately prior to the application, and can show that they have lived together over that period
the relationship is genuine and subsisting at the time of the application
they and their partner intend to live with each other as partners throughout their stay in the UK
they do not intend to stay in the UK beyond any period of leave granted to the person with UK ancestry
there will be adequate accommodation for the couple and any dependants without recourse to public funds, in accommodation which they own or occupy exclusively
they will be able to maintain themselves and any dependants adequately without recourse to public funds, and
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