Tag: Indefinite Leave to Remain

How to Apply Indefinite Leave to Enter/Remain in the UK? Getting Indefinite Leave to Remain in the UK, ILR UK, Permanent Residency UK Settlement Lawyers

British Citizenship Fees | Indefinite Leave to Remain Fee 2018

HOME OFFICE FEES 2018-19

This relates to the announcement of the Home Office dated March 16, 2018, for the annual revision of the Immigration & Nationality Charges, which will be effective from April 6, 2018. This post provides the details of the Home Office Fees 2018/19 and Premium Service Charges for the Visa, Immigration, Nationality Applications made by Applicants from Inside the UK. If you are applying from Outside the UK then can find the details at UK Visa Fees 2018 for the relevant fee for the UK Visa and Immigration Applications and Charges for Premium and Priority Services. Indefinite Leave to Remain Fee £2,389 British Naturalisation Fees to include citizenship ceremony fee £1,330 Naturalisation British overseas territory citizens £1,000 British Citizenship Fees Nationality registration as a British citizen – adult £1,206 and Nationality registration as a British citizen – child £1,012 The arrangement of a citizenship ceremony (including the administration of a citizenship oath and pledge at the ceremony) £80 The administration of a citizenship oath, or oath and pledge where the oath, or oath and pledge, are not administered at a citizenship ceremony or by a justice of the peace £5. Expedited processing of an application (premium service centre) £510.

Spouse Visa UK Success Rate | UK Settlement Statistics 2006-16

UK Settlement Visa Refused- Spouse, Dependant, Work, Asylum

This relates to UK Settlement Statistics 2006-16 for decisions on in-country applications. According to Official Statistics, during 2007-16, a total of 1,497,456 Decisions were instituted on in-country applications. As many as 1,416,657 applicants were granted Settlement in the UK (inclusive of 406,952 Spouse Visas) and 80,799 applications for UK Settlement Refused. Accordingly, the Refusal Rate during 2007-16 was 5.40%. The in-country refusal rate was the highest in 2007 (9.75%) and lowest in 2012 (3.06%). Accordingly, most applications were refused during 2007 (13,481) and least during 2012 (4,101). The highest number of Decisions (252,326) and Grants (241,192) were made in 2010. The lowest number of Decisions (66,024) and Grants (60,670) were given in 2016. All in all, during 2007-16, a total of 1,416,657 Grants were given in the following four (4) broad categories i.e. Work, Asylum, Family Formation and Reunion (Spouse and Dependants), and Other.

UK Visa Appeal Processing Time

Immigration Appeal Success Rate

Since some inquiries are interested in knowing the UK Visa Application Processing Time from outside and inside the UK. Moreover, if their visa application is refused then applicants are interested in knowing the time period for appeals, administrative review and judicial review. Therefore, this post highlights the details of Non-Settlement Visa Processing Time from Outside…

Definition of British Citizenship, Permanent Residence and ILR

BREXIT Glossary Citizenship, CTA, EU Citizen, Free Movement, ILR

One may automatically qualify as a British citizen, depending on where he/she was born, when he/she was born and circumstances of the individual parents. Under EU law, permanent residence is the right to live permanently in the UK. This right can be gained by European Economic Area (EEA) and Swiss nationals and their family members. Permanent residence is automatically gained when an EEA or Swiss national has lived legally in the UK for, in most cases, five years as a ‘qualifying person’ under the Immigration (EEA) Regulations 2016. This means they have been exercising their Treaty rights, for example, through working or studying. This status is equivalent to having indefinite leave to remain under the Immigration Act 1971 (see above).

Leave to Enter the UK as a Child of a Relative of a Refugee

Leave to Enter, Remain, ILR as a Child of a Relative of a Refugee

Requirements for Leave to Enter or Remain as a Child of a Relative of a Refugee or Beneficiary of Humanitarian Protection and an Indefinite Leave to Remain (ILR) as – Paragraphs 319X to 319Y of the Immigration Rules Part 8: Family Members Home Office, UK Government. Published on 29 February 2016 Updated on 02 May 2017. Child of a Relative of Refugee or Beneficiary…

ILR in the UK as a Parent, Grandparent, or Relative of a Refugee

Requirements for ILR as a Parent and Grandparent of a Refugee

Requirements for Indefinite Leave to Remain (ILR) in the UK as the Parent, Grandparent or Dependent Relative of a Refugee or Beneficiary of Humanitarian Protection, who is either present and settled in the UK or is a former refugee or beneficiary humanitarian protection and is now a British Citizen- Paragraphs 319W to 319WB of the Immigration Rules Part 8: Family…

Family Reunion Rules- ILR as Family of Refugee Settled in the UK

ILR as Spouse, Partner or Child of a Refugee Settled in the UK

Requirements for an Indefinite Leave to Remain (ILR) in the UK as the spouse or civil partner, unmarried or same-sex partner or child of a refugee or beneficiary of humanitarian protection present and settled in the UK- Paragraph 319U of the Immigration Rules Part 8: Family Members Home Office, UK Government. Published on 29 February 2016 Updated on 02 May 2017 ILR…

Leave to Enter/Remain, ILR in the UK as Spouse of a PBS Migrant

Indefinite Leave in the UK as Spouse of a Tier 1, 2, 4, 5 Migrant

Partners of Relevant Points Based System (PBS) Migrants– Paragraphs 319AA to  319E of the Immigration Rules Part 8: Family Members Home Office, UK Government. Published on 29 February 2016 Updated on 02 May 2017. Spouse, Partners of PBS Tier 1, Tier 2, Tier 4, Tier 5 Migrants The Paragraphs 319AA, 319A, 319B, 319C, 319D, 319E explains the Meaning of Relevant PBS Migrant, Purpose, Entry to the UK,…

Applying for Indefinite Leave to Remain as a Parent

Applying for Indefinite Leave to Remain as a Parent, Grandparent

Requirements for Indefinite Leave to Enter or Indefinite Leave to Remain (ILR) in the UK as the parent(s), grandparent(s) or other dependent relatives of a person present and settled in the UK– Paragraphs 317 to 319 of the Immigration Rules Part 8: Family Members  Home Office, UK Government. Published on 29 February 2016 Updated on 02 May 2017. Settlement as Parents or Relatives…

Bringing Adopted Child to UK | Visa for Adopted Child to UK

UK Visa for Adopted Child to UK- Leave to Enter or Remain in UK

Adopted Child Indefinite and Limited Leave to Enter or Remain in the UK, Child Seeking Adoption in the UK, Child Adoption under the Hague Convention- Paragraphs 309A to 316F of the Immigration Rules Part 8: Family Members Home Office, UK Government. Published on 29 February 2016 Updated on 02 May 2017. Adopted Children- Limited and Indefinite Leave to Enter or Remain Paragraphs 309(A) and 309(B) of…