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Home Office response to a report on the minimum income threshold

The Home Office response to the Children’s Commissioner’s report on the impact on children of the minimum income threshold for sponsoring family migrants.

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Home Office response to the Children’s Commissioner’s report on the impact on children of the minimum income threshold for sponsoring family migrants

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Annex: report for the Children’s Commissioner on the minimum income threshold

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Referrals to the referred casework unit (RCU) for consideration of a grant of entry clearance outside the rules in family cases

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The Home Office response to the Children’s Commissioner for England report on ‘the impact on children of the minimum income threshold for sponsoring family migrants’ dated 9 September 2015.

It made recommendations on the minimum income threshold for sponsoring a non-European Economic Area national spouse or partner and dependent children to come to or remain in the UK under the family Immigration Rules.

The annex to the letter sets out detailed comments on the research on which the report was based.

Published 5 January 2016
Last updated 8 February 2016 + show all updates
  1. New referrals to the referred casework unit (RCU) document.
  2. First published.