Below is information regarding UK Ancestry. Please give us a call to see if we can assist you.
Tel: 0203 598 7413
You can only apply for UK ancestry from your country of residence. It is not possible to switch into an Ancestry Visa from any othervisa while you are in the UK. But is is possible to add a Dependent to your Ancestry Visa while in the the UK if the child was born in the UK
You can apply to come to the UK in this category if you can show that:
You must also show that at least 1 of your grandparents was born:
You can claim ancestry if your relationship to the relevant grandparent is in the legitimate or illegitimate line.
You cannot claim UK ancestry through step-parents, but you can apply if you or your parent (through whom you are claiming ancestry) are adopted. You must show evidence of the legal adoption with your application form.
If you do not meet these requirements, you must apply under one of our other work-based immigration routes in order to come and work here.
in the UK (including the Channel Islands and the Isle of Man); or
before 31 March 1922 in what is now the Republic of Ireland; or
on a British-registered ship or aircraft.
you are a Commonwealth citizen;
you are aged 17 or over;
you are able to work and you plan to work in the UK; and
you can adequately support and accommodate yourself and your dependants without help from public funds - the Rights and responsibilities section explains what public funds are.