7-Year Child Route Visa in the UK
Section 55 of the Borders, Citizenship, and Immigration Act 2009 highlights the importance of safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children in the UK. This section does not impose any new functions or override existing functions.
A child who has continuously lived in the UK for 7 years can apply for leave to remain on the basis of private life. Our expert team of immigration solicitors can help you make an initial application for a 7-Year Child Route Visa. Paragraph 276ADE(1)
(iv) requires that the applicant must be under the age of 18 years and must have lived continuously in the UK for at least 7 years (excluding any period of imprisonment) and it should not be reasonable to expect the child to leave the UK.
If your application for leave to remain under the 7 Years Child Route Visa is successful, you will be granted limited leave to remain for a period not exceeding 30 months. Such leave will be subject to the conditions deemed appropriate by the Secretary of State.
If you have been granted leave to remain in the UK as a child or as a parent of a child under the 7 Years Child Residence Route, you can apply for an extension of your stay by making an application for renewal of your leave to remain under this category. You will be granted further leave to remain under the 7 Years Child Route to stay in the UK.
If you need detailed advice on applying for a 7-Year Child Route Visa in the UK, please book an appointment with our expert immigration solicitors today. You can contact us at 01612258181 or leave your details for a call-back request regarding your immigration matter.
Individuals who have resided continuously in the UK for 10 years under a visa category can apply for Indefinite Leave to Remain (ILR) and be granted leave to remain for 30 months. A specialist immigration lawyer can provide advice and consultation on this process.
Required Documents for 7 years Child Visa UK
To apply for a visa under the 7 years child route, applicants must provide several documents, including the child’s birth certificate, passport copy, and accommodation information. Additional documentation is also required. Those interested can contact a British immigration lawyer to learn more about the required documents for this immigration application.
The cost of immigration applications has increased significantly in recent years, making it difficult for some to apply for leave to remain in the UK. Our team of affordable immigration lawyers in Manchester can assist in making a fee waiver application to the Home Office, which may waive the fees associated with the application. This service is particularly useful for those submitting human rights claims from abroad. To find the best-rated immigration lawyer in the UK, one can look for testimonials or ask for referrals from friends or family.
Individuals who cannot afford the home Office fee can apply for legal aid from immigration solicitors to help with their human rights claim. A consultation immigration lawyer can provide advice on the fee waiver process and assist in making an application. This service ensures that individuals who cannot afford the fee can still apply for leave to remain based on their human rights.
Our highly experienced immigration solicitors in Manchester can provide free initial consolation immigration advice through email, phone calls, or an inquiry form. For more detailed advice, please schedule an appointment with our expert immigration solicitor today.
Hire our specialist immigration lawyer to help you through this process and ensure a successful outcome for your child route Visa application. Contact us today to learn more about our services and how we can help you with your immigration matter