UK Immigration Law
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When was your visa issued?
Are you and your family already in the UK?
Kindly confirm the following, you are in the UK and your family has a multi-entry visitors visa.
Furthermore, you wish to find out whether your family can join you in the UK as your dependents? You are a Tier 4 (General) Migrant.
What type and level of course will you be undertaking in the UK?
Thanks for the additional information.
If you have been granted a Tier 4 General Visa, from 3 March 2010, if you will be studying in the UK for six months or less you cannot bring your partners and / or children (also known as dependants) to the United Kingdom with you.
If you will be studying in the UK for longer than six months you can bring your partners and / or children with you.
Your eligible partner and children under 18 can join you as your dependants in the UK if:
Your dependants will not be entering under the points-based system. They are entering as the dependant of a points-based system Migrant.
Partners (married, unmarried, same sex) must intend to live together and the relationship must be subsisting. They must be maintained and accommodated in accordance with the section on Maintenance (Funds) and your partner must not intend to stay beyond any period of leave granted to you.
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