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He would have to apply for a dependent visa from the British Embassy in his Country. In order to be eligible he would have to show that he is:-
He would have to complete Form VAF4 - Settlement. It would be best for an immigration solicitor to prepare it for you here before sending it to your grandfather to submit. This will give him the best chance of success.
Your wife can find Uk immigration solicitors through the following Law Society Website search engine:-
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What if he didnt want permanant residancy in the uk, is there an option of getting him a long visa for sale 5 years? so he can come and go as he pleases?
If he wanted to be able to return would he be able to take dual nationality?
He could speak to the British Embassy about a visitor's visa, but it's not really appropriate for his circumstances and may effect the UKBA's view on any subsequent dependent visa he would choose to make in that they would ask why after applying as a visitor do you now consider that you are dependent.
He would not be eligible for dual nationality until he has been in the Country for ten years I'm afraid.
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