You can submit SET (F) application to apply for ILR as a child of settled parent(s) through Super Priority Service and get decision on your ILR application within 24 hours. To succeed in your application for ILR as a child, you should meet all the requirements at set out in paragraph 298 of the Immigration Rules

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Our specialist team of child visa solicitors are experts in dealing with ILR applications as a child of settled persons. Our expert team of child visa solicitors in London can provide fast, friendly, reliable and fixed fee service for your ILR application as a child of parent(s) who are British Citizens and/or settled person(s).

Eligibility Requirements For ILR As A Child

According to paragraph 298 of the Immigration Rules, the requirements to be met by a person seeking Indefinite Leave to Remain (ILR) in the United Kingdom as the child of a parent, parents or a relative present and settled in the United Kingdom are that he:

  • is seeking to remain with a parent, parents or a relative in one of the following circumstances:
    • both parents are present and settled in the United Kingdom; or
    • one parent is present and settled in the United Kingdom and the other parent is dead; or
    • one parent is present and settled in the United Kingdom and has had sole responsibility for the child’s upbringing or the child normally lives with this parent and not their other parent; or
    • one parent or a relative is present and settled in the United Kingdom and there are serious and compelling family or other considerations which make exclusion of the child undesirable and suitable arrangements have been made for the child’s care; and
  • has or has had limited leave to enter or remain in the United Kingdom, and (a) is under the age of 18; or
  • was given leave to enter or remain with a view to settlement under paragraph 302 or Appendix FM; or
  • was admitted into the UK in accordance with paragraph 319R and has completed a period of 2 years limited leave as the child of a refugee or beneficiary of humanitarian protection who is now present and settled in the UK or as the child of a former refugee or beneficiary of humanitarian protection who is now a British Citizen, or
  • the applicant has limited leave to enter or remain in the United Kingdom in accordance with paragraph 319X, as the child of a relative with limited leave to remain as a refugee or beneficiary of humanitarian protection in the United Kingdom and who is now present and settled in the UK; or
  • was last given limited leave to remain under paragraph 298A; and
  • is not leading an independent life, is unmarried, and has not formed an independent family unit; and
  • can, and will, be accommodated adequately by the parent, parents or relative the child was admitted to join, without recourse to public funds in accommodation which the parent, parents or relative the child was admitted to join, own or occupy exclusively; and
  • can, and will, be maintained adequately by the parent, parents or relative the child was admitted to join, without recourse to public funds; and
  • does not fall for refusal under the general grounds for refusal, and
  • if aged 18 or over, was admitted to the United Kingdom under paragraph 302, or Appendix FM, or 319R or 319X and has demonstrated sufficient knowledge of the English language and sufficient knowledge about life in the United Kingdom in accordance with Appendix KoLL.

Grant Of Limited Leave For 30 Months Instead Of ILR

According to paragraph 298A of the Immigration Rules, the applicant may be granted limited leave to remain for a period not exceeding 30 months and subject to a condition of no recourse to public funds if an applicant does not meet the requirements of paragraph 298 only because:

  • the applicant does not meet the requirement in paragraph 298(vi) by reason of a sentence or disposal of a type mentioned in paragraph 322(1C)(iii) or (iv) of the Immigration Rules; or
  • an applicant aged 18 or over does not meet the requirement in paragraph 298(vii) of the Immigration Rules; or
  • the applicant would otherwise be refused indefinite leave to remain under paragraph 322(1C)(iii) or (iv) of the Immigration Rules.

Super Priority Service For ILR As A Child

Our specialist team of Fast Track Immigration Solicitors can fast track your UK visa and immigration application to get you decision on your application faster under the Priority Service or Super Priority service. This way you will get decision on your application faster and will not to wait for a decision on your application for months (some time years).

Our fast track immigration solicitors can prepare your application faster and submit your application under the Priority Service or Super Priority Service to get you faster decision on your application.

As Fast Track Immigration Lawyers in London, we are registered with the Home Office, UK Visas & Immigration (UKVI) and its commercial partners UKVCAS Sopra Steria to provide Priority Service or Super Priority Service for your application whereby decision on your application will be made by the Home Office UKVI faster. An application submitted through Priority Service is normally decided within 5 working days and an application submitted through Super Priority Service is normally decided within 24 hours (usually by end of next working day).

Our Fixed Fees For ILR As A Child - SET (F) Application

Our fixed fees for UK visa applications by children of British Citizens, settled persons and other qualifying sponsoring parents are as given in the fee table below:

Our Service Our Fixed Fees Range
Full service for Entry Clearance as a child of a person who has partner or parent visa to cover all the work until decision by the Entry Clearance Officer (ECO) From £1,500 To £3,000 (no VAT)
Full service for Indefinite Leave to Enter (ILE) from outside the UK to cover our work until decision on the entry clearance application for ILE From £1,500 To £3,000 (no VAT)
Full service for leave to remain as a child of a person who has partner or parent visa to cover all the work until decision by the Home Office, UKVI From £1,500 + VAT To £3,000 + VAT
Full service for ILR as a child - SET (F) application from inside the UK through Super Priority Service to cover our work until decision on your application From £1,500 + VAT To £3,000 + VAT

The agreed fixed fee will depend on the complexity of the application and the volume of casework involved in the application. In addition to our fixed fee for the application, the applicant also has to pay the Home office UKVI fees for the application.

Service Options For Your Immigration Application

Our specialist team of immigration solicitors and lawyers offer following service options for your UK visa and immigration application:

Full Service

Our immigration lawyers can provide full service for your immigration application for a fixed fee. Under the full service, our fast track immigration lawyers will carry out all the work on your immigration application until you get a decision on your application through priority or super priority service. Work to be carried out by our fast track immigration lawyers will include the following:

  • Advice on requirements: Our immigration solicitors will advise you on the relevant requirements you meet for your immigration application to succeed;
  • Documentary advice: Our immigration lawyers will prepare and email you a comprehensive list of supporting documents to be submitted in support of your immigration application;
  • Assessing documents: Our immigration lawyers will assess your documents to make sure that all the documents you provide in support of your application are in accordance with the requirement of the immigration rules;
  • Completing the application form: Our immigration lawyers will complete the relevant application form your immigration application;
  • Submitting application through Priority or Super Priority Service: Where possible, our fast track immigration lawyers will submit your online immigration application through priority or super priority service to get faster decision on your immigration application;
  • Booking an appointment with the application centre: After the online submission of your immigration application, our fast track visa solicitors will book your appointment with the application centre for you to enrol your biometrics;
  • Detailed cover letter: Our specialist immigration solicitors will prepare a detailed cover letter in support of the immigration application to explain all the relevant legal requirements and how such requirements have been satisfied by the applicant with the documents being submitted with the application;
  • Uploading documents online: Before the biometrics enrolment date, our immigration lawyers will upload online all the supporting documents to be considered in support of the immigration application;
  • Follow up work: Our immigration lawyers will carry out all the follow up work until decision by the Home Office UKVI on the immigration application.

One-Off Immigration Services

Our specialist immigration lawyers can provide following one-off immigration services for in relation to your UK visa and immigration application:

Remote Legal Services For Your Immigration Matter

Our specialist team of immigration solicitors and lawyers can provide you with expert immigration advice and representations remotely from our offices in London. Using modern technology, our Fast Track Immigration Lawyers can handle your matter remotely without the need for you to visit our offices. Whilst we are more than happy to welcome clients into our offices, if this is their preference, we are proud to be able to offer our legal services remotely to save your time and travel cost.

  • We can provide immigration advice service remotely through Zoom / Skype / Phone / Microsoft Team etc to assess your matter fully and give you appropriate legal advice on your matter;
  • Following initial immigration advice, if you instruct us for your immigration matter, we can send you all relevant documents electronically for you to digitally sign and return the same to us;
  • You can send and receive all documents electronically in PDF format;
  • We will complete your application form and prepare any witness statement (where necessary) by sharing our computer screen with you in a Zoom / Microsoft Team meeting so that you are fully aware of all the information given in the form or statement;
  • We will keep you fully informed on the progress of your matter through active email correspondence.

Why Choose Us For Your Immigration Application?

  • Your immigration application will  be prepared by a specialist immigration solicitor with huge experience of 19 years and specialist knolwedge of immigration laws, requirements, documentary evidence and relevant procedures;
  • Your immigration application will be prepared in shortest possible time under the fast track service;
  • You will get decision on your application faster under the Priority or Super Priority Service;
  • If your application does not succeed for any reasons, our immigration lawyers will challenge the refusal with no additional cost. In the alternative, our immigration lawyers will prepare and submit a fresh application at no extra cost;
  • Our immigration solicitors and lawyers can provide you with expert legal advice and representations remotely from our offices in London. Using modern technology, we can handle your matter remotely without the need for you to visit our offices. Whilst we are more than happy to welcome clients into our offices, if this is their preference, we are proud to be able to offer our legal services remotely.