Forms Under Family Reunion

If you are Outside of the UK

Those who wish to join family members in the UK under family reunion provisions should apply for entry clearance using the on-line application system.
As the online service is not available in the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, all visa applicants from the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea must complete an application form and attend the British Embassy in Pyongyang. Successful applicants should be aware that family reunion entry clearance visas are only valid for 30 days and they must travel to the UK within this 30 day validity period or the visa will expire. If an applicant needs longer to make travel preparations, they should make clear on the application form the earliest date they intend to travel to the UK so that the visa can be issued to start on that day.
Applicants should give themselves enough time to make travel arrangements when completing the application form.

FLR(M) - Form to extend stay in the UK as the partner or dependent child of someone who is settled here or who is a refugee or under humanitarian protection.

If you wish to apply for an extension of stay in the UK on form FLR(M), please read the guidance notes and the separate UKBA photograph guidance (version 04/2009) before making your application.

FLR(HR0) - Form to extend your stay in the UK for human rights claims, leave outside the rules and other routes not covered by other forms.

If you wish to apply for an extension of stay in the UK on form FLR(HRO), please read these guidance notes and the seperate Rules for passport photographs guidance before making your application.

FLR(FP) - Form to apply to stay in the UK on the basis of your family life as a partner, parent or dependent child or on the basis of your private life in the UK.

If you wish to apply for an extension of stay in the UK on form FLR(FP), please the guidance before making your application.

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