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You have now been granted limited leave to remain in the UK 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.
Your UK immigration status will be recorded in and evidenced by a BRP, rather than by a stamp in your passport.
You will shortly receive your BRP. When you do, it is very important that you check that all the details recorded on the document are correct. Please also let us have a copy for our records.
If there is an error on the BRP relating to the length or conditions of leave granted, this will need to be corrected by means of an administrative review procedure.
For other types of mistake (eg relating to your personal details), you must contact the Home Office within ten days of receipt, to request correction. The Home Office’s leaflet Biometric Residence Permits—General information for applicants, employers and sponsors gives details of the relevant online procedure and
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