If you have been granted humanitarian protection or refugee status in UK, it is possible that from the family members you were separated from in seeking protection can join you in UK. Please note that if you have since naturalised as British, this cannot be done. The family members eligible for reunion are:
In order to achieve this, you should demonstrate that you are related to these people, preferably by using marriage or birth certificates. In extreme circumstances, DNA evidence may be required and we can assist you in arranging tests overseas.
In limited circumstances it may be possible to argue that children above 18 year of age should be allowed on a discretionary basis. In this aspect our team work alongside you to obtain the best evidence possible to put forward your application.
For specialist advice on this area of immigration law and how it applies to your individual circumstances, please contact our team member on 0161 465 1814 or complete our enquiry form and we will contact you.
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