The following Immigration precedent provides comprehensive and up to date legal information covering:
THIS PRECEDENT COVERS THE LAW WHICH APPLIED AS AT 6 APRIL 2014. THE WORK PERMIT SCHEME WAS REPLACED BY TIER 2 OF THE POINTS-BASED SYSTEM FROM 27 NOVEMBER 2008 AND IT IS UNLIKELY THAT THERE ARE NOW ANY PERSONS IN THE UK WHO HAVE EXTANT LEAVE AS A WORK PERMIT HOLDER.
You have now been granted entry clearance (a visa) until [insert date] as the dependant of a work permit holder. This is in line with the leave of your [spouse OR partner OR father OR mother]
This information sheet confirms the main conditions of your stay in the UK and your ongoing responsibilities to the Home Office. It is important that you understand these conditions and please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any queries.
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. On arrival you may be questioned by an immigration officer as to the purpose of your entry. They should then stamp the entry clearance endorsement in your passport in order to activate it.
All persons from a list of specified countries will be subject to a police registration requirement if they are over the age of 16 and have limited leave to
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