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Can the cost of her stay and treatment also be considered as a determining factor.
I pay over £350/month on my mohters stay at the facility.
As I am self-employed, the cost will be difficult to meet if my employment situation changes.
Can I argue that it would be much better financially for me my family to have my mother live with me.
Also I travel every 6 months only to meet her and check on her condition. The travel cost and loss of income is also a factor.
I have recently been told by a solicitor that all new applications made for settlement for Adult dependent relatives are being rejected in the past 10 months as the rules have been tightned.
Is there any way to confirm this from the home office?
Or is it considered confidential information and never disclosed.
I have been working in an EEA Country for the past 2 years.
So far I have been flying in and out and staying in hotels Monday to Thursday. This is because my wife and son live in UK and they do not wish to move abroad.
I have been thinking of applying for a family permit for my mother via the European route. This seems to be the safest option when compared to applying an ILR for my mother. I understand this will take 6 months start to finish. Then return to the UK.
Is this feasable as I am a UK National?
If so what is the process?
As requested by you, I have raised a seperate question.
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