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Immigration lawyers in Ladybarn

Immigration Lawyers in Ladybarn

Our immigration lawyers in Ladybarn can assist you with a number of immigration issues. Whether you are looking for legal advice or need assistance with a visa application, our Ladybarn solicitors will work hard to provide you with a high quality service.

To speak with one of our Ladybarn lawyers today don’t hesitate to contact them on 01618269783.

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Immigration lawyers in Ladybarn

What happens if I choose to hire one of your lawyers in Ladybarn?

I you hire one of our Ladybarn lawyers you will be assigned a caseworker who will be dedicated to assisting you with your immigration issue until it is resolved. Your Ladybarn lawyer will first arrange an appointment with you to discuss your issue and current circumstances and they can advise you on the next steps you should take. Your lawyer will then explain the services they offer to help you with your issue.

All of the services offered by our Ladybarn lawyers will be tailored to suit your specific needs, this is so that our lawyers can offer you the best assistance no matter what your issue is or how complex it may be.

You dedicated lawyers will carry out the services you choose, they will speak with you regularly throughout the process to keep you updated on your issue. They will also be available for you to ask any questions you may have in relation to an immigration matter.

To book an appointment with one of our Ladybarn lawyers call 01618269783 today.

Can your Ladybarn lawyers help me to apply for Indefinite Leave to Remain?

Indefinite Leave to Remain (ILR) is a form of UK settlement. If you are granted ILR you will have the freedom to live, work and study in the UK without immigration restrictions, so its a key step in making the UK your permanent home.

There are many routes that can lead to Indefinite Leave to Remain, some of these include:

  • Spouse Visa
  • Unmarried Partner Visa
  • Tier 2 Visas
  • Tier 1 Visas
  • Ancestry Visa
  • Retirement Person Visa
  • Returning resident
  • Long residence

The Indefinite Leave to Remain requirements vary depending on which of these routes you are applying under. The main requirement is that you have lived legally in the UK for a specified amount of time under one of these routes. As well as this some other requirements you may need to meet include:

  • Passing the Life in the UK Test
  • Proving your knowledge of the English language
  • Not having a criminal record or have previously breached immigration laws
  • Continuous residence in the UK (no more than 180 days spent outside the UK in 12 months)

The requirements for ILR can seem complicated, but our lawyers in Ladybarn will explain them to you and make sure that you can meet them before submitting your application. They can also assist you with filling in your application to a high-standard and can monitor its progress for you.

Once you have lived in the UK with ILR status for 12 months you will be eligible to apply for British Citizenship, this is called citizenship by naturalisation. With citizenship you can apply for a British passport and register to vote in all UK elections.

To get started on your application for Indefinite Leave to Remain speak to our Ladybarn lawyers on 01618269783.

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Frequently Asked Questions

You can apply for British Citizenship by naturalisation once you have held ILR status for at least 12 months. As well as this the other requirements you must meet include:

  • Being over the age of 18
  • Passing the Life in The UK Test
  • Proving your knowledge of the English language
  • Meeting the “Good Character” requirement
  • Continuous residence in the UK with no more than 450 days of absence within the 5 year qualifying period.

To learn more about the requirements for British Citizenship get in touch today on 01618269783.

Yes, in some circumstances your Indefinite Leave to Remain Status can be revoked by the Home Office.

These circumstances include:

  • If you are convicted of a criminal offence
  • You were granted ILR status as a refugee but are no longer classed as a refugee
  • You were granted ILR under deception