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UK Family Visa
The UK Family Visa is designed for non-EEA nationals who want to join their family members in the UK. This visa is available to spouses, partners, children, and dependent relatives of UK residents or citizens.
UK Spouse Visa
The UK Spouse Visa is designed for non-EEA nationals who are married to or in a civil partnership with a UK resident or citizen. This visa allows you to join your spouse/partner in the UK for a period of up to 30 months, after which you may be eligible to apply for an extension.
Indefinite leave to remain visa
The Indefinite Leave to Remain (ILR) Visa is for non-EEA nationals who want to live and work in the UK permanently. This visa allows you to remain in the UK without any time restrictions, and you will be eligible to apply for British Citizenship after a certain period of time (usually 12 months).
UK Settlement Visa
The UK Settlement Visa is for non-EEA nationals who want to live and work in the UK permanently. This visa is also known as Indefinite Leave to Remain (ILR) and is available to those who have been living in the UK on a temporary visa for a certain period of time (usually 5 years).
British Citizenship is the ultimate goal for many non-EEA nationals who want to make the UK their permanent home. To be eligible for British Citizenship, you must have lived in the UK on a permanent visa (such as Indefinite Leave to Remain) for a certain period of time (usually 5 years).
How To Get Your Visa
The UK visa process typically involves determining the type of visa you need, gathering required documents, completing an online application, attending any necessary appointments or interviews, paying applicable fees, and waiting for a decision on your application. The process may vary depending on the type of visa and your individual circumstances.