Tag: Indefinite Leave to Remain

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Home Office Fees 2018/19: ILR Naturalisation, British Citizenship

Home Office Fees 2018/19: ILR Naturalisation, British Citizenship

This relates to Home Office Immigration and Nationality Charges effective from April 6, 2018. Apparently, the Home Office Fees 2018/19 will increase more than the UK inflation rate of 2-3%. ILR fees will increase by 4%. Accordingly, from April 6, 2018, indefinite leave to remain fees will be £2,389; whereas, leave to remain application will cost £1,033. Similarly, the British citizenship…

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

This relates to bringing an adopted child to the UK under the Immigration Rules. And also cursory explains the overseas child adoption process in the UK. Therefore, prospective parents first need to get the approval of the Department of Education (DfE) before applying for entry clearance under the immigration rules for the for bringing an…

Human Rights UK Visa Applications and Claims FLR(O) & Set(O)

Human Rights UK Visa Applications and Claims FLR(O) & Set(O)

This post relates to human rights UK visa applications and appeals for leave to enter or remain in the UK. Accordingly, the post discusses leave to remain applications on human rights grounds. And also claims on Form FLR(O) and Set (O) outside the Immigration Rules. Moreover, the post also discusses the appeal rights against the…

Tier 1 Entrepreneur ILR Requirements and Guidance for Settlement

Tier 1 Entrepreneur Visa ILR Requirements | UK Settlement Set(O)

This relates to Tier 1 Entrepreneur ILR requirements and guidance for settlement under route. A Tier 1 entrepreneur migrant can apply for Indefinite Leave to Remain (ILR) after spending 5 years lawfully in the UK. However, the applicant must not remain absent from the UK for more than 180 days in any of the five consecutive…

Brexit Implications for EU Citizens Working in the UK

Brexit Implications for EU Citizens Working in the UK

This relates to the implications of Brexit on European Citizens working in the UK. Apparently, the British Prime Minister Theresa May will trigger Article 50 on March 29, 2017, which paves the way for Britain to initiate the formal two (2) year exit process from the European Union. Perhaps, the British exit from the EU is a pretty complicated process. Therefore, there are…