You can apply for entry clearance for BNO adult dependent relative (ADR) visa if you are parent, grandparent, brother, sister, son or daughter of a person who is making an application for entry clearance or permission to stay as a BN(O) Status Holder or the partner of a BN(O) Status Holder at the same time as the applicant. In exceptional circumstances, other family members with a high degree of dependency may also apply.
As specialist immigration solicitors, we can provide fast, friendly, reliable and fixed fee legal services for BNO adult dependent relative (ADR) visa entry clearance. Ask a question to our expert team of dependant visa solicitors for free immigration advice or book an appointment for detailed immigration advice concerning your application for BNO adult dependent relative visa (ADR) entry clearance
The applicant must meet the following requirements for BNO adult dependent relative (ADR) visa:
(ii) is not affordable.
BN(O) adult dependent relative (ADR) visa will normally be granted in line with the expiry date of the BN(O) citizen. If the BN(O) dependants are applying for BN(O) dependant visa along with the BN(O) citizen, the dependants will either be granted for 30 months or for 60 months depending on for how long the BN(O) citizen has applied for his/her visa. Dependants will be able to apply for extension, if necessary, to complete 5 years in the UK to be eligible for Indefinite Leave to Remain (ILR) as BN(O) dependant.
The grant will be subject to all the following conditions:
As specialist BN(O) visa solicitors, our immigration solicitors can represent you in your BN(O) adult dependent relative (ADR) visa entry clearance application and carry out all the work on your entry clearance until decision is received by you from the Entry Clearance Officer (ECO) on your entry clearance application. Our work on your entry clearance application will entail the following: