Immigration lawyers in Parrs Wood
Can your lawyers in Parrs Wood support me in my application for Indefinite Leave to Remain?
Acquiring Indefinite Leave to Remain (ILR) is a vital step if you want to make the UK your permanent home. With ILR status you will be allowed to live, work and study in the UK free of immigration restrictions.
They will guide you through the process by helping you to fill in the application form, making sure you can meet the requirements and keeping you updated on your applications progress by staying in touch with the Home Office until you receive a decision.
Once you have held ILR for 12 months you will be eligible to apply for British Citizenship status. This will allow you to remain in the UK permanently as well as registering to vote in all UK elections and applying for a British passport.
For more information, or to start your ILR application today contact our Parrs Wood team on 01618269783.
I have completed my immigration application, can your Parrs Wood lawyers check it for me?
As well as offering their assistance throughout the entirety of application processes, our Parrs Wood lawyers can also help people who have already completed their applications. One of the ways that they can do this is by professionally checking your application and any supporting documents you may be submitting.
If you choose to get your application checked by one of our Parrs Wood lawyers they will thoroughly examine the application and use their expertise to check for any errors or inaccuracies. This service is very important as if your application has any errors it could risk being delayed or even refused.
To enquire about this service simply use the online form or call our Parrs Wood lawyers now on 01618269783.
Frequently Asked Questions
Yes, in some circumstances ILR status can be revoked.
This includes if:
- You were granted ILR as a refugee and you are no longer classed as a refugee
- You are liable to deportation but cannot be deported for legal reasons
- You were found to have been granted ILR by deception
- You leave the UK for a period of longer than 2 years
To qualify for British Citizenship using the naturalisation route you must:
- Be older than 18
- Have spent at least 5 years of continuously living in the UK, with no longer than 450 days outside the country.
- Have held Indefinite Leave to Remain (ILR) status for at least 12 months
- Meet the B1 CEFR level English language requirements
- Pass the Life in the UK Test
- Not have been in breach of any UK immigration rules
- Demonstrate that you meet the Good Character requirement
To learn more about the requirements for British Citizenship, speak to our Parrs Wood lawyers on 01618269783.