Changing from No recourse to Public funds to Recourse to public funds on discretionary leave to remain23, Apr
Ordinarily the Home Office usually give people discretionary leave to remain with no recourse to public funds. However there is a process if changing this condition.
We have successfully represented clients with British children or parents with children who have spent more than 7 years in the UK. In one case our client’s had two children born in the UK.
The Home Office has introduced new fees for 2017 to 2018