You can apply to register your child as British after you've lived in the UK for 3 years. When you register your child, they'll be 'British otherwise than by descent' - this means they can pass on British nationality to any children they have outside the UK. Your whole family is your child and both their parents.
You're usually automatically a British citizen if you were both: born in the UK on or after 1 January 1983. born when one of your parents was a British citizen or 'settled' in the UK.
The short answer to the “Can I get a green card through my child?” question is “yes” – but there are some caveats. The most difficult limitation is the child's age. Only parents of a U.S. citizen who is at least 21 years old will be considered “immediate relatives” that are eligible for a green card right away.
If your application to remain as a parent is successful then you will be able to stay in the UK for 2 years and 9 months, after this you can apply to extend your stay. After living in the UK for 5 years you could be eligible for Indefinite Leave to Remain (ILR), this grants you permanent residence status.
You can apply to come to, remain in or become permanently settled in the UK if you have a child who is either a British Citizen or is settled in UK. You may also qualify for the visa if you and your child are in UK and your child has lived here for 7 years.
Being born in the UK doesn't automatically make a baby a British citizen. The baby needs to have a parent with British citizenship or settled status in the UK in order to be British. If your baby isn't a British citizen, they can remain in the UK without making an immigration application.
Can I bring my parents to the UK permanently? Yes, you can bring your parents to the UK and sponsor their stay by applying for the Adult Dependent Relative visa.
To start the process, you'll need to fill out Form I-130, also called Petition for Alien Relative; a form issued by U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). The petition is meant to prove your status as a U.S. citizen and the child-parent relationship that exists between you and your "beneficiaries."
There are two general ways to obtain citizenship through U.S. citizen parents: at birth, and after birth but before the age of 18. Congress has enacted laws that determine how citizenship is conveyed by a U.S. citizen parent (or parents) to children born outside of the United States.
They are: citizenship by birth; citizenship by registration; and. citizenship by naturalisation.
Under the British Nationality Act 1981, most individuals born in the UK with a right of abode automatically became British citizens on 1st January 1983. Since 1st January 1983, those born in the UK do not have an automatic right to citizenship.
Child who came to UK 7-year route: a person who came to the UK as a child and who has been continuously resident here for 7 years and gained permission to remain based on their private life can now apply for settlement after 5 years.
For a U.S. citizen child to petition for a parent, the child must be at least 21 years of age.
As a citizen of the United States, you may help a relative become a lawful permanent resident of the United States by obtaining what is often referred to as a “Green Card.” To do so, you need to sponsor your relative and be able to prove that you have enough income or assets to support your relative(s) when they come ...
When an American citizen applies for a Green Card for their parents, this process can take at least 5 months, but it can also take up to 10 years. The estimated time of this application depends on the immigration status of the father, mother or both, in addition to other immigration factors of the family.
Norway. Norway ranks as the best country to be a mother due to its wonderful health care and education systems. Mothers enjoy substantial maternity leave and childcare provisions. The country offers low cost day care and flexible schemes that allow mothers to return back to work while collecting maternity leave.
The vast majority of visas in the UK are suitable for expectant mothers, but please take into account that any immigration review is going to ensure that you can afford to maintain your stay in the UK, even if you are not working.
Children born while you're in the UK
You must apply for their dependant visa before they turn 18 if they want to stay in the UK. You can apply online for their dependant visa. You must do this if you want to travel in and out of the UK with your child.
You can stay in the UK for 2 years and 9 months on this visa. After this you'll need to apply to extend your stay. If you extend your family visa or switch to this visa you can stay in the UK for 2 years and 6 months.
In the UK education system, schools are either state schools funded by government and are free for all pupils, or they are independent schools and charge fees to the parents of the pupils.
Everyone in the UK is entitled to NHS maternity care whatever their citizenship or immigration status is. Like NHS treatment generally, maternity care is free to those who are 'ordinarily resident' in the UK.
Unfortunately, the truth is that it is possible for the Home Office to issue a deportation order against a parent if they have a child in the UK, even if that child is British. The challenge for those in such circumstances is to build a robust case for appeal based on a sound knowledge of the UK and human rights law.
You can bring your other children with you if they also have or are applying for a Child Student visa. You cannot bring other family members with you on this visa. They may be able to apply to come to the UK on a short-term visit visa.
You can apply for ILR when you have completed 5 years in the UK under the parent Visa (5 Years Route). According to Home Office UKVI Guidance, a application for ILR as a parent can be made within 28 days before completion of 5 years residence in the UK under 5 years route.