UK Dependent Parent Visa

Getting It Right First Time


All UK visa applications, regardless of visa category have to meet the very stringent guidelines set by the UK Immigration Directorate. What that means is, one small error in your UK Dependent Parent Visa application will result in your visa being refused by the Home Office. Which will mean time and money wasted. Maybe then you will have to re-apply or even appeal, which will cost even more money. Get it right in the first place. Why take the risk, when our UK Immigration Solicitors will navigate the complexities of your case for you. With us, you get total peace of mind.


Requirements & Guidelines:

The applicant applying under this category needs to provide evidence of their relationship with the UK resident they wish to stay with, along with evidence that the sponsor can support them financially without recourse to any public funds. Substantial confirmation that the applicant has the consent from their sponsor to stay with them in the UK is also required.

Applicants of an elderly dependent visa can also make an application for settlement in the UK if their sponsor is present and settled in the UK, and there are most exceptional compassionate circumstances existing (evidence for which will need to be provided by the applicant.).

The following requirements must be met for this category of dependent visa:


  • The applicant is a widowed mother or father aged 65 years.
  • The applicant is a parent or grandparent aged 65 years and above, who has been remarried and cannot rely on children from the second marriage, if any, for financial support.
  • Any parent or grandparent who is under 65 years of age and is dependent financially and emotionally on the permanent UK resident.
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  • There is constant contact with the parent and grandparent
  • The applicant has no close relatives in their home country that can be relied upon for support
  • The UK relative has appropriate accommodation for the applicant as well as any dependants the applicant may bring to the UK

Evidence under this category needs to be provided by the applicant to prove that their circumstances are true and, most importantly, there is either financial dependency on the sponsor or most exceptional circumstances exist. Such applications often fail owing to sole responsibility not being shown to the Entry Clearance Officer’s satisfaction. So, it’s imperative, that all the criteria and law, with legal representation, is applied before submitting the application. Giving it the best chance to succeed.


How We Will Help

Our specialist immigration solicitors will help you with all stages of the UK Dependent Parent Visa. They will take a thorough history of the case and present you with options on how to proceed. The years of experience that makes up the knowledge base of our business means that specialist solicitors who are well versed in UK Dependant Parent Visa cases will be able to provide options for those even in the most desperate cases. We have access to Queens Counsel QC, Barristers, etc.

So, talk to us today about taking up your case, don’t delay. Give us the most amount of time possible to work on your case and ensure that you get the best service possible and best chance of getting your child safe and with you in the UK.


Our approach

Our approach to UK Dependent Parent Visa fees is quite simple. A one-off fixed fee that never changes. So, no unexpected surprises. Call us and get a quote. No two cases are the same, but one thing is for sure. Once we give you a price, it won’t change. That’s a promise we will keep.


What to Do Next

Now you have the information you were looking for. Let us give you, the best chance of getting your UK Dependent Parent Visa application approved, the first time around. Give us a Call. So, we can pre-vet your Dependant Parent Visa application free of charge, within 1 hour whenever possible. Call us and get a No-Obligation Assessment on the phone, our client liaison teams are waiting plus if you have any further questions please feel free to ask.

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