Most non-British nationals who are granted temporary permission to live in the UK, will be granted this permission subject to the condition that the person does not access public funds in the UK. The condition of no recourse to public funds is a common feature on the BRP card of a non-British national and we encourage our clients to pay careful attention to the conditions of their leave to remain in the UK. A failure to observe the conditions of leave to remain in the UK can have an impact on any future applications to remain in the UK and in some circumstances represent a criminal offence.
There may however be circumstances where a person’s situation has changed since they applied to enter or remain in the UK and they can no longer manage to maintain themselves or their family without additional support.
A person who is living in the UK may be able to have the condition of no recourse to public funds lifted if You can apply for a change to your conditions if their financial circumstances have changed since being given permission to stay in the UK and they are no longer able to provide food or housing for themselves or their family.
A person who is living in the UK may be able to have their visa condition of no recourse to public funds lifted if their child is at risk because of their very low income.
A person who is living in the UK may be able to have their visa condition of no recourse to public funds lifted if they had financial problems when they first applied but did not provide evidence of this and now want to provide this evidence.
Our team of immigration experts can advise on how to make applications to have the no recourse to public funds condition lifted from a person’s visa in the UK, represent them in making an application to have no recourse to public funding lifted, or advise on what the implications may be for the visa holder to have the condition of no recourse to public funds lifted from their visa.
In this instance, our team of immigration and asylum practitioners can offer advisory sessions (at our offices of through Microsoft Teams) which are charged by the hour. Many of our clients tell us that these sessions have been incredibly useful in easing their concerns around what they should do next.
Our charges for these consultancy services are outlined below.
Curzon Green (London based client) Fee: £250-£350 plus VAT per session which lasts up to an hour (depending on the experience of the person you book your consultation with); or
Curzon Green (Buckinghamshire based client) Fee: £200-£250 plus VAT per session which lasts up to an hour (depending on the experience of the person you book your consultation with).
If you are unsure as to which service might be appropriate for your matter, or have any other queries about our immigration services, we warmly invite you to contact our team of experienced practitioners. You can do this by clicking on the links below or by telephoning or emailing our offices. You can explain to the receptionists that you are seeking to speak with the immigration team.
Telephone our offices:
London: 020 3443 9576
High Wycombe: 01494 451355
Marlow: 01628 958445
Email our immigration practitioners: email@example.com