Supporting documents for dependants
- Valid passport and previous passport(s) used to travel to the UK
- Application fee
- Immigration Health Surcharge (IHS) fee
- Current valid UK immigration permission if extending in the UK
- Evidence of relationship to student
- Evidence of status of student
- Evidence of sufficient funds
- A copy of student’s passport and UK immigration permission if dependant is applying separately from student
- TB test certificate if dependant is applying from overseas and is resident in an applicable country.
- Any other evidence relevant to the application (e.g. Police Reference Number for lost/ stolen passport)
- Official translations if any documents not in English or Welsh
If your dependant is applying from overseas, the fee is currenty £348
If your dependant is extending or switching to Student Dependant immigration permission in the UK, the fees are as follows:
|Application type||Time for a decision||Cost per person|
|Standard||usually decided within 8 weeks||£475|
|Priority||usually decided within 5 days of appointment||£500|
|Super Priority||usually decided 2 days after biometrics provided||£800|
Evidence of relationship to partner
- If you are married or in a civil partnership, you should provide evidence of this, for example a marriage/civil partnership certificate.
- If you are not married, you should provide evidence that you have been living together in a relationship similar to marriage for at least 2 years. Evidence of this could be:
- documents showing joint commitments, (such as joint bank accounts, investments, rent agreements, mortgage etc);
- official records of your joint address (e.g. medical registration, utility bills, bank statements, letter from employer or educational institution)
- Evidence that your relationship is subsisting if you are married/in a civil partnership and not living together (e.g. explanation of how you have keep in contact, phone records, a printed record of messages you have sent, photos of occasions when you have met)
- It would also be a good idea to include an explanation of your relationship in a cover letter, including how you were matched and why it was considered a good match or how you met and the relationship developed.
- Evidence of suitable accommodation for you and your dependants to live together, especially if you are already in the UK, for example a tenancy agreement. If the dependant is applying to join the student who is already in the UK, then a cover letter from the student with details of where you will live together can be used.
Evidence of relationship to child
- Child's birth certificate or adoption certificate
- Evidence that both parents will be in the UK with the child.
If you have already started your course, you can download a Student Status Letter from your Gradintelligence account. If you have not yet started studying, your dependant can submit a copy of your CAS statement.
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