INDEFINITE LEAVE TO REMAIN SETTLEMENT

PERSONAL IMMIGRATION LAW

discretionary leave to remain spouse visa

Indefinite Leave to Remain / Settlement can be one the final steps in your immigration journey and can be the last stage before you obtain a British passport and are recognised as a citizen of this country. It is essential that this stage of your immigration journey is properly handled in order to avoid wasting the effort and time that you have put in over the years.

SMA Solicitors are able to assist with all types of settlement applications including but not limited to:

  1.  SET (M) – An application for ILR on the basis of being the spouse, parent or child of a person who is present and settled in the United Kingdom;
  2. SET (LR) – This application is made by individuals who have accrued 10 years of lawful residence in the United Kingdom under paragraph 276B of the Immigration Rules;
  3. SET (P) – Applications for ILR on the basis of having been recognised as refugee or granted humanitarian protection for a period of 5 years;
  4. SET (O) – These are applications for ILR for “other” reasons not covered by the above forms and include settlement applications on exceptional circumstances or the Points-Based System (PBS).

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