Settlement / Indefinite Leave to Remain
Indefinite Leave to Remain (ILR) is also known as “Settlement” or “Permanent Residence”. ILR allows a Foreign National permission to live and work in the UK without restriction. Hurlingham Law can represent all ILR applicants; here are a few visa categories that lead up to settlement:
– Tiered visas (1-5 including tier 2 general and skilled visa)
– Ancestry visa applications after 5 years
– Long residency (10 years legal, continuous residency in the UK)
In most cases, we can represent the application on a fast track basis (Super Priority) and, on approval, Hurlingham Law would be able to assist you in British Citizenship (usually a year later, unless married to a British Citizenship)
To qualify for Indefinite Leave to Remain, you must satisfy a number of requirements including completing continuous residence, limited number of absences from the UK, life in the UK test and much more. A qualified immigration practitioner will advise you on all aspects of your case. Hurlingham Law has a 100% success rate in ILR applications.
Initial discussion and advice on the appropriate supporting documentation for ILR.
Drafting of the application and uploading of supporting documentation as scans.
We will submit your application via the regular route or through the fast track UKVCAS service (if eligible).
ILR, or Indefinite Leave to Remain, is a form of permanent residency in the UK. If you need help with your ILR application, you may consider seeking representation from a legal firm. There are a few different representation options available to you:
Full representation: With full representation, the legal firm will handle your entire ILR application process from start to finish. This includes completing and submitting your application, preparing supporting documents, and communicating with the Home Office on your behalf.
Document checking: If you prefer to handle your own ILR application but want to ensure that your documents are in order before submission, you can opt for document checking services. The legal firm will review your application and supporting documents to ensure that they meet the requirements set out by the Home Office.
Consultation: If you have questions about the ILR application process, you can schedule a consultation with a legal expert. During this consultation, you can ask any questions you have about the ILR application process and receive advice on how to proceed.
Appeals and challenges: If your ILR application has been rejected or if you are facing challenges related to your immigration status, you can seek representation from a legal firm to help you appeal the decision or address any issues that may have arisen.
It’s important to note that the cost of these representation options can vary depending on the legal firm you choose and the services you require. At Hurlingham Law we offer a fixed fee and only charge half on instruction and the remainder on approval. Click here for a free, no-obligation case assessment.