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Settlement Visa (Kol Req) - Travelling To Uk For Short Visit

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#1 overseas1234

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Posted 23 November 2012 - 12:52 PM

Hi,

I am a British Citizen residing overseas. My husband has been granted settlement visa with KOL required and we plan to emigrate to the UK soon. We plan to make a short visit (1 week) to the UK to check out the schools for my 8 year old son before emigrating permanently.

Do you forsee any problems at UK immigration if

1) Just me and my son travel (my son does not have a british passport and has ILR stamp) to check out schools

2) Me, my husband and son travel - but only for a week. Would this cause possible issues at immigration ? Since my husband will be travelling on Settlement visa but only for a week. This would be his first visit on Settlement visa. Have visited UK numerous times on visit visa

The main intention is to visit the schools in January 2013 with a view to move permanently in June/July.

Thanks



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Posted 27 November 2012 - 09:15 AM

Shouldn't be an issue.





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