The following Immigration precedent provides comprehensive and up to date legal information covering:
[Insert address of parent/guardian in home country]
[Insert Home Office address where application is being sent]
Dear [insert organisation name]
Letter of support for [insert name, date of birth and nationality of applicant as per passport] applying as a visitor (standard)
I, [insert name, date of birth and nationality] am the [father OR mother OR guardian] of [insert name of applicant]. I confirm that I support my child’s application for leave as a visitor.
[State the way in which you are responsible for your child’s care, eg jointly with your child’s other parent, in accordance with a custody order or as a person who has sole responsibility.]
I consent to the arrangements for my child’s travel to, reception and care in the UK as outlined below.
[I will be travelling with my child to the UK. [Insert confirmation of whether the signatory has valid leave for the UK, whether an application has been made or the basis on which leave is not required.]
My child will be travelling to the UK with [insert full name of accompanying adult], who is [state relationship of the accompanying adult to the child]. [He OR she] is a citizen of [state nationality], DOB: [dd/mm/yyyy], passport number [insert passport nu
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