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UKNS’ Children/Family Members Returning to the UK After 29 March 2022 Will Need a Visa

Posted in: Brexit, Residency, Travel,
Author: Myra Cecilia Azzopardi
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Please note: These instructions can only be for those family members returning to the UK to reside. No visas needed for visiting the UK during the transition period. Whether or not will you need an entry visa after the end of the transition period will depend on the future rules that will be put in place in the UK.

Bringing family members to the UK

Family members with UK citizenship or settled status can live permanently in the UK and will not need to take further action to do so.

Family members without UK citizenship or settled status will be able to live permanently in the UK subject to immigration rules, for which further guidance is available. Example situations for UK nationals’ family members without UK citizenship or settled status are included below.

Returning from the EU

UK nationals’ children and existing close family members (including spouses, partners, parents and grandparents) who are moving to the UK from the EU, after the UK has left the EU, will be able to do so without the need for a visa until 29 March 2022. Those moving to the UK after 29 March 2022 will need to apply for a visa.

Other dependent family members and future spouses of UK nationals (where the relationship was established with the UK national after the UK has left the EU) who are returning to the UK from the EU, after the UK has left the EU, will be able to do so without the need for a visa until 31 December 2020. Those moving to the UK after 31 December 2020 will need to apply for a visa.

 

From the Government UK Website

Please note: The information provided is based upon our understanding of current legislation. It is not legal advice but is provided freely to enable you to be properly informed. We recommend that if you are considering taking action, you should seek professional advice.

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