ICS Legal Provides - Dependency Visa, UK Spouse Visa & Marriage Visa
Dependency Visa is one of the biggest concerns for persons looking to obtain a permit or visa is whether their partners, spouses and children will be able to stay with them in the UK. One of the biggest concerns for persons looking to obtain a permit or visa eligibility or visa is whether their partners, spouses and children will be able to stay with them in the UK. Fortunately, the UK immigration rules and Immigration (European Economic Area) Regulations 2006 do make provision for dependents.
How to qualify
In order to qualify as a dependent, you must be the spouse, unmarried or civil partner of the main applicant. Children under the age of 18 years may also accompany the main applicant to the UK as dependents under the Immigration Rules. If you are applying as a dependent on someone who is an EEA national, the dependency age for children is 21. Children over 18 need to qualify independently or obtain eligibility under the Immigration Rules for rights of residence in the UK. Exceptional applications for children over 18 to accompany parents as dependents may be possible in very restricted circumstances. There are different types of maintenance requirements depending on the application being made by the main applicant, or immigration status of the sponsor, such as whether the sponsor is present and settled in the UK..
You can read more information on the following: https://www.spousevisa.net/dependency-visa/