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I am applying for ILR for myself and 2 dependents. I currently

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I am applying for ILR for myself and 2 dependents. I currently have a Tier 1 (General) Visa. Do I need proof of maintenance funds for my ILR application.

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Yes you do. You would need to demonstrate all the requirements regarding your ILR application as you would have for any previous application for further leave to remain.

 

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Customer: replied 4 years ago.
Would you have reference for the relevant section from the immigration act/guidance notes that says this, because i have gone thru the Section

245CD. Requirements for indefinite leave to remain from Part 6A of the immigration Act, and i cannot find that requirement. I have also gone thru the guidance notes, and i cannot see where it is so specified.


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Although there is nothing set in writing regarding a set amount which needs to be shown by the applicant or the dependents. The UKBA recommend that there are sufficient funds in the bank account of the applicant or that the applicant and the working dependent has sufficient funds in the their account to not be a burden on the state.

 

The last thing that the UKBA want is to grant your dependents a visa for ILR and then they become a burden on the state thereafter.

 

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