The former prime minister and his daughter Maryam, who are both on trial accused of corruption, sought permission to travel to the UK for a week – a request which has been turned down by Pakistan’s Supreme Court.
Mr Sharif’s political party described the ruling as “disappointing”, while Maryam Nawaz said she had not seen her mother Kulsoom for four months.
In 2017, Mr Sharif was disqualified from office for life over undisclosed assets said to be held by his family.
In February, Pakistan’s Supreme Court made a further ruling against the 68-year-old, declaring that anyone disqualified from holding office cannot serve as head of a political party.
The former leader’s daughter was also blocked from visiting London
Documents revealed during the Panama Papers leak indicated that Mr Sharif’s sons failed to declare several offshore companies, some of which helped them to buy properties in London‘s Mayfair.
The case against Mr Sharif was filed by cricketer-turned-politician Imran Khan and two other opposition leaders.
It accused the leader of making mis-statements in a speech to the National Assembly, and in an address to the nation last year.
The Sharif family are accused of being unable to account for their wealth.
Maryam Nawaz was said to be the main beneficiary of the alleged corruption, but attempted to prove her innocence in 2016.
However, documents she produced, allegedly written and signed in 2006, used the font Calibri, not commercially available until 2007.
The Sharifs have denied any wrongdoing.