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My husband had the following status stamped his his passport

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My husband had the following status stamped his his passport ' given leave to remain in the United Kingdom for an indefinite period' signed by Linda Thain number AK 461 762 on 08/12/1980,

We are now living in Jamaica and would like to see our children and grandchildren in the summer during the world olympics.
1) would he need a visa
2) can he get a similar status stamped in his renewed Jamaican passport.
Submitted: 4 years ago.
Category: UK Immigration Law
Expert:  UK-Justice replied 4 years ago.
Thanks for your question. Please remember to click ACCEPT once you get my answer.

1) No visa needed as he has leave to remain

2) Yes - but he would need to send both passports to the Passport office to get the appropriate stamp in the passport.

Please remember to click accept so that I am credited for my time. Thank you.
Customer: replied 4 years ago.
will he need to make another appointment with the High Commission the cost is J$10,140.00
Expert:  UK-Justice replied 4 years ago.
He will and yes.

Please remember to click accept so that I am credited for my time. Thank you.
Expert:  UKSolicitorJA replied 4 years ago.
Hello,

How long has your husband been away from the UK for as it is possible that his indefinite leave stamp has lapsed?

Thank you

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