ILR in the UK as a Parent, Grandparent, or Relative of a Refugee

Requirements for Indefinite Leave to Remain (ILR) in the UK as the Parent, Grandparent or Dependent Relative of a Refugee or Beneficiary of Humanitarian Protection, who is either present and settled in the UK or is a former refugee or beneficiary humanitarian protection and is now a British Citizen- Paragraphs 319W to 319WB of the Immigration Rules Part 8: Family Members Home Office, UK Government. Published on 29 February 2016 Updated on 02 May 2017

Settlement of Parents, Dependent Relatives of a Refugee in the UK

ILR in the UK as a Parent, Grandparent, or Relative of a Refugee

Paragraphs 319W, 319WA, and 319WB of the Immigration Rules Part 8: Family Members, explains the details of RequirementsGrant and Refusal, respectively, for an indefinite leave to remain (ILR) in the UK as the parent/grandparent or other dependent relatives of a refugee/beneficiary of humanitarian protection, who is either present and settled in the UK or a former refugee/beneficiary humanitarian protection and is now a British Citizen.

Requirements for ILR as Parent, GrandParent or Relative

Requirements for indefinite leave to remain in the United Kingdom as the parent, grandparent or other dependent relative of a refugee or beneficiary of humanitarian protection who is present and settled in the United Kingdom or of a former refugee or beneficiary humanitarian protection, who is now a British Citizen.

319W. The requirements for indefinite leave to remain in the United Kingdom as the parent, grandparent or other dependent relative of a refugee or beneficiary of humanitarian protection who is now present and settled in the United Kingdom or who is now a British Citizen are that:

(i) the applicant has limited leave to enter or remain in the United Kingdom in accordance with paragraph 319V as a dependent relative of a refugee or beneficiary of humanitarian protection with limited leave to enter or remain in the United Kingdom; and

(ii) the sponsor the applicant was admitted to join is now present and settled in the United Kingdom, or is now a British Citizen; and

(iii) the applicant is financially wholly or mainly dependent on the relative who is present and settled in the United Kingdom; and

(iv) the applicant can, and will, be accommodated adequately, together with any dependants, without recourse to public funds, in accommodation which the sponsor owns or occupies exclusively; and

(v) the applicant can, and will, be maintained adequately, together with any dependants, without recourse to public funds; and

(vi) the applicant has no other close relatives in their country of former habitual residence to whom he could turn for financial support; and

(vii) does not fall for refusal under the general grounds for refusals.

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Grant of ILR as Parent, GrandParent/Relative of Refugee in the UK

319WA. Indefinite leave to remain in the United Kingdom as the parent, grandparent or other dependent relative of a refugee or beneficiary of humanitarian protection who is present and settled in the United Kingdom, or who is now a British Citizen may be granted provided the Secretary of State is satisfied that each of the requirements of paragraph 319W (i)-(vii) is met.

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Refusal of ILR as Parent, GrandParent or Relative of a Refugee

319WB. Indefinite leave to remain in the United Kingdom as the parent, grandparent or other dependent relative of a person present and settled in the United Kingdom is to be refused if the Secretary of State is not satisfied that each of the requirements of paragraph 319W (i)-(vii) is met.

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