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which essentially means that, as per law, the principal migrant needs to show maintenance funds for himself / herself only when he is a named applicant. Conversely, if the dependant is applying for leave to enter or remain separately then there is no need to show evidence of 945 pounds (for the main migrant) in addition to the 1890/630 pounds for each dependant.Appendix E - Maintenance (funds) for the family of Relevant Points Based Systems Migrants wrote:(e) Where the Relevant Points Based System Migrant is applying for entry clearance or leave to remain at the same time as the applicant, the amount of funds available to the applicant must be in addition to the level of funds required separately of the Relevant Points Based System Migrant.
(l) Where the application is one of a number of applications made at the same time as a partner or child of a Relevant Points Based System Migrant (as set out in paragraphs 319A and 319F) each applicant, including the Relevant Points Based System Migrant if applying at the same time, must have the total requisite funds specified in the relevant parts of appendices C and E.
You may wait and include her/him in your extension or settlement applications; or immediately after a parent is granted settlement, their child is entitled to register for British citizenship (Section 1(3)), irrespective of child's immigration status.Section 4a - Children born in the United Kingdom who are not British Citizens wrote:1. INTRODUCTION
This section relates to children born in the United Kingdom on or after 1 January 1983 who are not British citizens because, at the time of their birth, neither of their parents was a British citizen or settled here. Such children do not have the right of abode and are subject to immigration control. They are not here unlawfully, however, and are not required to apply for leave to remain (see ANNEX P, paragraph 11 if further guidance is required on this point)...
Any migrant who wants to enter or remain in the UK as the partner of a British citizen or a person settled here will need to show that they can speak and understand English, by taking an English language test with one of our approved test providers.
See also Information for applicants on the new English language requirement for partners.Q&A guidance for applicants wrote:The new English requirement does not apply to the following groups of applicants:
- spouse or partner of Tier 1 and Tier 2 visa applicants
- spouse or partner of a student
- refugees or spouses of refugees applying on the basis of family reunion
- dependent children
- spouse or partner of an EEA national
- spouse or partner of a member of the armed forces applying under Part 7 of the Immigration Rules
- applicants for indefinite leave to remain
A cover letter, not mandatory, is one from the applicant (dependent) that outlines what the application is for (immigration category) and (if one wishes to state) the evidence(s) included to support the EC application. One may also include other details / explanations according to their individual circumstances.what is the difference between cover letter and sponsorship letter.