Children applying for indefinite leave under Part 8: additional entry clearance—checklist
Children applying for indefinite leave under Part 8: additional entry clearance—checklist

The following Immigration guidance note provides comprehensive and up to date legal information covering:

  • Children applying for indefinite leave under Part 8: additional entry clearance—checklist
  • Documents for main applicants

Produced in partnership with Jo Renshaw of Turpin & Miller LLP

Documents for main applicants

Evidence of the sponsor parent(s)' income and funds: Examples of the types of documents that should be supplied are provided below. The six-month period requested is not a requirement of the Immigration Rules, but is suggested as an appropriate period for evidencing income and savings
—payslips for the past six months (for employed persons), and
—evidence of income from business/self-employment for at least the past six months (for self-employed persons):
(a)—letter from registered accountant for the business confirming income received by sponsor parent(s) over that period
(b)—invoices, and/or
(c)—business accounts
An accountant providing a letter in support of an application must be registered in accordance with a relevant professional regulatory body in their country of practice
—personal bank or building society statements or passbooks for the past six months
Bank or building society statements should show what has been paid in and out of the accounts for the past six months. All statements should include the following details:
—name of the account holder(s)
—account number
—date of the statement, and
—bank’s name and logo
If the sponsor parent(s) wish to