Family of chess prodigy Shreyas Royal can apply for a new visa

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    The family of a nine-year-old chess prodigy from India have been told they can apply to stay in the UK when his father’s work visa expires.

    Shreyas Royal has lived in Britain since he was three years old.

    His family had been told they would have to return to India when the visa expired in September.

    But on Friday, his father, Jitendra Singh, received an email from the Home Office saying he would be able to apply to stay under a new work visa.

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