Immigration Indefinite leave to remain applications
After a period of time in the UK depending on the visas, you have held you may become eligible for indefinite leave to remain or “settlement” permitting you freedom from immigration control.
Thereafter, you can also become eligible for British citizenship. This frequently renders the holder a degree of relief knowing they may plan their futures without the burden of worrying so much about immigration control.
If you have indefinite leave to remain there is no longer any time limit on your ability to stay in the UK. Coupled with your main home remaining in the UK you would then be regarded as settled in the UK. You are free to work in the UK in any business, profession or employment. You would also be free to study in the UK. Generally, healthcare is freely available to an individual who is settled in the UK.
Indefinite leave to remain is however subject to a number of conditions and rarely a straightforward process in acquiring it. You will also need to provide documentation which may include:
- Passports or travel documents;
- Birth certificates;
- Evidence of finances;
- Evidence of continuous residence in the UK;
- Your pass certificate for the Life in the UK Test; and
- English language certificates.
Our immigration lawyers work tirelessly to provide their clients with an excellent service coupled with obtaining positive results. Our team of top immigration lawyers strive to help you secure your rights to stay in the UK in the most challenging of situations.
We have a high success rate as UK immigration lawyers due to our expertise and in-depth understanding of our client’s cases. At Vestra Lawyers we are proud to say that our clients come first.
Call us today on 0121 728 5999 / 0203 929 5999, or email us on email@example.com to discuss your immigration case with a highly trained and skilled lawyer. Our friendly team are here to help you from your first point of contact until your case is concluded. Do not hesitate to get in touch today so that we can help you.