ILR and Long Residence in the UK

Pathway to Permanent Settlement

If you’ve been in the UK for a long time and want to stay permanently, Indefinite Leave to Remain (ILR) based on long residence might be the ideal pathway for you.

ILR based on long residence allows individuals who have lived in the UK for a significant period under various valid visa categories to secure permanent settlement rights, thereby granting unrestricted freedom to live and work in the country.

Expert Guidance on ILR Based on Long Residence

With extensive experience in ILR applications based on long residence, we’ve helped many achieve permanent settlement in the UK. Our expert team thoroughly understands the process complexities, providing guidance with care and professionalism. This ensures our clients’ peace of mind during this significant phase of their lives.

Fundamental Requirements

  • Residency Period: Generally, applicants must have continuously resided in the UK for at least 10 years under various valid visa categories.
  • Immigration Status: The entire residence period should be under lawful immigration status, with no prolonged gaps or instances of overstaying.
  • Absences from the UK: There are restrictions on the number and length of absences from the UK during the qualifying period.
  • English Language Skills: In some cases, individuals may be required to meet English language requirements.
  • Life in the UK Test: As part of the ILR application, individuals may need to pass the Life in the UK test. This test showcases their knowledge of British culture and society.

For more in-depth information and personalized assistance, contact our dedicated professionals today.

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