Thanks for your question.
The short answer is that you can apply to bring your wife and her son here if you otherwise fulfill the eligibility criteria, but you will not be able to bring the daughter here on the basis of your marriage to her mother because persons over 18 years of age are not classed as dependents. In order to bring a child here in these circumstance it must be as a dependent.
Your wife would have to apply for a spouses visa and show that:-
You will need to apply for settlement (ie. spouses visa) by using VAF4 Settlement, available for download from UKBA's website. It would be best for either a solicitor in the UK to prepare it in consultation with both you and your wife before submitting it.
You can find Uk immigration solicitors through the following Law Society Website search engine:-
She will also have make an application for settlement on behalf of her son as her dependent in the same way.
If the application if made after 24th November then she will have to pass an English language test showing she has a very basic command of listening and spoken English. You can contact the home office to find approved test providers in her area.
The daughter must instead see if she is eligible to apply under either a student visa of under the points based workers visa system and I attach a link to the governmental page with a menu for these categories so that she can check:-
I am very sorry that I could not have better news in respect of the daughter.
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1.i was told by a friend of mine that his wife' daughter who was 22 at the time got visa through a solicitor due to the fact that she would be left alone in iran. is this possible?
2.also the son the 15 now how long have we got before he will be classed as adult and hence can not get visa through his mother?
An application could be made for discretionary leave to remain if the daughter is to be at risk by remaining in Iran on her own. This is not one of the usual immigration applications and is very specialist. You would certainly need to instruct a solicitor to do it for you if you are to have a chance of it being successful - it will have to meticulously prepared and very cogently argued.
An application would have to be made in very good time before the child is 18, and as sooner the better really.
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