Thanks for your question.
If you have ILR, I would suggest you apply for Naturalisation as soon as possible.
As a person with ILR you are entitled to make an application for Dependants to join you in the UK.
Click on the following link for further details:
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Thanks for the reply. I've looked that website before, the bit confused me is "he/she is completely, or mainly, financially dependent on you;" Is this means after they come here or before? What range of my income will home office accept to grand them visas? Thanks
This means before they come to the UK. You have to show evidence of you sending them money or paying their bills or mortgage etc.
There is no specific amount of income required, however, you will have to show you will be able to maintain and accomodate them without recourse to public funds.
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