What do you mean by "permanent resident" - are you a British National, or do you have indefinite leave to remain etc?
i have permanent resident as in indefinte resident staute.
Sorry, I'm not sure what you're referring to; Does that mean you have indefinate leave to remain in the UK. If not, please clarify.
If you as the father of the child have indefinite leave to remain in the UK then you will have to make an application to the Home Office on behalf of your child for their indefinite leave to remain in the UK as a dependent of you. You will have to make the application using Form SET(F), available for download from the Home Office/UKBA website.
Please provide more detail about her. Are you planning on getting married? Are you in a relationship? Does she work?
Right. If you are to marry her outside the country then she wil have to make an application for a spouse visa before she comes back to the UK otherwise she will be in the country illegally and run the risk of being deported.
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Permanent residence is granted to EEA nationals when they apply after living in the UK for 5 years. They can then apply for naturalisation so that they become a citizen and can then obviously apply for a UK passport.
Indefinite leave to remain is granted to person from another country who has applied for ILR after living in the UK for the requisite number of years (it is different depending on if you are a worker, student etc...)
Yes, as a child of a person who has indefinite leave to remain you will be eligible for child benefits. You have to contact your local authority's benefit department.
sorry my fomer wife collet for me her child benefits but can i change it to my name now pls.
pls tell me tell u dis the girl she one months old pregnant now and she tell me that she have application in home office pls what can i do now pls
I'm sorry I don't really understand the question.....
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