According to the Home Office UK Immigration, there are documents you need to provide may include some or all of the following types of evidence (this list is not exhaustive):
- Proof of identity: e.g. your passport or national identity card
- Proof of permission to remain permanently in the UK (e.g. a letter from the Home Office, your Biometric Residence Permit)
- Proof of your relationship to your parent who is a British national
- Proof of your ongoing and genuine relationship with a British national
- Evidence of you meet the residence requirement (e.g. 3 or 5 years in the UK before you apply and 12 months after gaining settlement). To prove this, you can request a copy of your travel history from the Home Office showing when you have left and entered the country.
- Evidence of you meet the absence requirement. This can also be proven by providing a copy of your travel history from the Home Office showing when you have left and entered the country.
- You have passed the Life in the UK Test
- Proof of meeting the language requirements such as:
- a Home Office approved qualification in English. This must be at level B1 CEFR or higher
- a UK degree certificate
- a certificate for a degree that was taught or researched in a majority English speaking country. You will also need an Academic Qualification Level Statement (AQUALS).
- a certificate for a degree that was taught or researched in a non-majority English speaking country. In this case you will need an AQUALS and English Language Proficiency Statement (ELPS)
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