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Types of UK visas

August 12, 2009
UK Visa Types:
Adopted Children
It explains what the Immigration Rules say about adopted children coming to join their parents or a parent who is settled in the United Kingdom.

Children

It explains what the Immigration Rules say about children coming to join their parents or a parent who is settled in the United Kingdom

Civil Partnership

It explains what the new legal relationship which can be registered by two people of the same sex and give the couple¬タルs legal recognition for their relationship.

EEA/EU nationals

It explains how nationals of the European Economic Area (EEA nationals) and members of their family can enter, live in and work in the United Kingdom.

Family visitors

It is for people who want a visa to visit a family member in the UK.

Inter – country adoption
It explains what the Immigration Rules say about adopted children coming to join their parents or a parent who is settled in the United Kingdom.

Relatives

It explains what the Immigration Rules say about relatives (other than husbands, wives and children under 18) coming to the United Kingdom to join someone who is settled here.

Returning residents

It explains what the Immigration Rules say about people who return to live in the United Kingdom.

Sponsoring visitors

It explains what the Immigration Rules say about how you can sponsor a visitor and what you can do to support the application.

Spouses + partners

It explains what the Immigration Rules say about husbands, wives, fiancᅢᄅs or fiancᅢᄅes coming to the United Kingdom with, or to join someone who is settled here.

Students

It explains what the Immigration Rules say about students.

UK ancestry

It explains what the Immigration Rules say about Commonwealth citizens with a grandparent who was born in the United Kingdom and Islands (the Islands include the Channel Islands and the Isle of Man).

Unmarried partners
It explains what the Immigration Rules say about unmarried partners coming to the United Kingdom with or to join someone who is settled here.

Visitors

It explains what the Immigration Rules say about visitors, people coming to the United Kingdom for medical treatment and visitors on their way to another country.
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