I and my husband have been staying in the UK with Ankara agreement for two years. But I and my son would like to be join to my husband visa. Because He has 3 years visa and he is going to have indefinite visa. I spoke a solicitor on the phone he told me I need to fill a form and sent it to home office but I do not which is it. Could you help me, please?Thanks
Thanks for your question. You can apply for permission to remain in the United Kingdom if you are a dependant of a Turkish citizen who is established in business or working here under the provisions of the European Community Association Agreement (ECAA) with Turkey (the Ankara Agreement).
You qualify as a dependant if you are the husband, wife, civil partner, unmarried partner, same-sex partner or child of a person who has valid permission to be in the United Kingdom under the ECAA.
As a dependant you can apply using application form ECAA 3 Turkish Dependant. You can find this application form, and more information, on the How to complete application form ECAA 3 page of the UKBA website.
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