Dear Sirs, I am a Russian citizen (55 years old) living in Russia and I am going to apply for immigration or longterm visa to the UK. I have lived in the UK from 1991 to 2000 (just a couple of months short of 10 years) as permanent resident on an indefinite leave to remain. In 1998 I applied for British citizenship, and was granted one, but did not take it. My son and daughter, who applied together with me, did take citizenship. Both are adults now (28 and 25) in full employment. We are now looking for reunion. What would be the proper way of action to get the permission from the Home Office? Should I apply for a visa or immigration? Best regards, Mikhail
Thanks for your efforts, but no further action required.
Just reimburse my deposit of GBP13.00,please.