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Indefinite Leave to Remain in the UK: Your Key to a Secure Future and Endless Possibilities

Indefinite Leave to Remain (ILR) is a type of immigration status in the UK that permits non-EEA individuals to remain in the country without any time restrictions. It is also commonly known as settled status or permanent residency. An individual who has been granted ILR can live and work in the UK without needing any further permission or sponsorship.

To be eligible for ILR, an individual must have lived in the UK for a certain period of time and meet certain criteria such as passing the Life in the UK test, not having any criminal convictions and proof of English language proficiency. Once granted, ILR opens up various opportunities such as applying for British citizenship, sponsoring family members to come to the UK and accessing public funds.

It is important to note that ILR holders can lose their status if they spend too much time outside the UK, commit a criminal offence or fail to meet the criteria.

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Immigration Pathways

Achieving UK Permanent Residency Made Easy with UKGIC: Your Ultimate Guide

ILR is a status granted by the UK to foreign nationals who have lived in the UK for five years or more. This allows them to work and study without restrictions and to stay in the UK permanently. After a year of being a permanent resident, individuals can apply for citizenship. To qualify, applicants must legally reside in the UK for five years, spend no more than 180 days outside the UK in any 12-month period, not violate any immigration laws, pass the Life in the UK test, and meet English language requirements. To apply for ILR, gather required documents and follow the application process carefully, with guidance from the UK government’s website on immigration and citizenship.

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