The following Immigration practice note provides comprehensive and up to date legal information covering:
Eligible children of ‘relevant Points-Based System migrants’ (relevant PBS migrants), or of an Appendix W migrant are able to accompany or join their parent in the UK and extend their stay in that capacity under the Immigration Rules, Part 8 paras 319F to 319J.
Relevant PBS migrants are defined as persons granted leave as:
Tier 4 (General), and
Tier 5 (Temporary Worker)
The Statement of changes in Immigration Rules: HC 1919 introduced, on the 29 March 2019, a new Appendix into the Immigration Rules: the Immigration Rules, Appendix W. This took in, at that time, the Innovator and Start-up categories. At the same time, the existing Immigration Rules for children of PBS migrants in the Immigration Rules, Part 8 were extended to those of Appendix W migrants.
Note that children of Tier 4 (General) migrants are only able to obtain dependant status in certain circumstances—as detailed below.
A child of a relevant PBS or Appendix W migrant must be under 18 at the time of the initial application, although they will be able to extend their stay and, if relevant,
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