The following Immigration precedent Produced in partnership with Jo Renshaw of Turpin & Miller LLP provides comprehensive and up to date legal information covering:
You have now been granted entry clearance (a visa) until [insert date] as the child of a parent with limited leave as a partner under Appendix FM.
This information sheet outlines some of the key conditions of your stay in the UK as well as your responsibilities to the Home Office. It is important that you understand these conditions. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any queries.
Please note that while the information below is correct as at today’s date, UK immigration law is subject to regular change.
You have been issued with a short-term entry clearance valid for 30 days from [insert date], to enable you to travel to the UK. You should not arrive in the UK until the ‘valid from’ date given on your entry clearance. Please contact us if you intend to visit the UK prior to that date.
You will be required to collect your Biometric Residence Permit (BRP) from [insert details of relevant post office or alternative collection location] within ten days of arrival in the UK. Please contact us as a matter of urgency if any circumstances arise which mean that you will be unable to meet either of these deadlines. When collecting your BRP, you will need to show both your passport and your decision letter from the Home Office. [If
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