The following Immigration precedent provides comprehensive and up to date legal information covering:
[Insert UK address of sponsor or produce the letter on headed notepaper if the sponsor is an organisation]
[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 if an individual, or name only if a representative of an organisation] am [state relationship of sponsor to applicant]. Please accept this letter in support of [insert name of applicant]’s application for leave as a child visitor.
I am aware that [insert name of applicant] intends to visit the UK from [insert date] to [insert date]. It is intended that [insert name of applicant] will [outline the purpose of the visit and activities to be undertaken] during [his OR her] visit.
[Outline the role of the sponsor, including identifying the category of Home Office approval the sponsor meets as an education provider or exchange programme provider, if applicable.]
[Outline any financial or other support the sponsor will be providing to the child during the visit.]
[Where the sponsor is a charity, include the following paragraph:]
[This is the [first OR second OR third OR other] visit to the UK the charity has sponsored [insert name of applicant] to undertake.]
[Outline the travel arrangements that have been made for the child, including:]
[whether the child
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