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Private Life Application for Children, Scotland

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Private Life applications to remain in the UK come under Human Rights Visa Applications rules.

It allows children, who may be affected by their parents’ unlawful immigration status to make their own Private Life application for kids, seeking permission to remain in the UK.

This application will be based on the merits of their own residency in the UK.

When making a Private Life application, it makes sense to talk to an experienced immigration solicitor.

We can help you highlight exactly what the Home Office is looking for, increasing the chances of a successful application.

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Making a private life application

A Private Life application for kids can be made if the applicant is under 18 and has lived in the UK for seven years.

While most applications come from children born in the UK, this is not a requirement. Applicants should show why it is unreasonable to ask them to leave the UK, and why it is in their best interests to remain.

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This may be because they have built up relationships with friends and settled into an educational routine.

Decisions should be based on what is best for the child.

Making Private Life applications for kids can be a complex process, and it is important to seek advice from experienced immigration solicitors.

Our specialist lawyers can guide you through the application process, ensuring you highlight exactly what the Home Office will be looking for.

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As highly experienced and knowledgeable immigration lawyers, Jones Whyte are sought after to assist with many immigration issues. These include:

Whatever your immigration status, specialist lawyers from Jones Whyte will support you throughout your application.

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