Ilr 14 Years Long ResidenceILR long residence
Posted 28 June 2012 - 09:52 AM
Posted 28 June 2012 - 11:37 AM
As of 9th of July the 14 year old rule will be abolished. There will be a new category which will allow applicants to make their application for ILR on the basis if their private life in the UK. However, applicants will have to have resided continuously in the UK for at least 20 year. This means the qualifying period has been increased by six years. More details about the bad news here :http://www.gherson.com/news-articles/changes-to-ilr-prospects-for-long-term-migrants-3314/
sorry they can not apply ILR after 20 years in uk but can apply for leave to remain initially for 30 months,,,extandable further 10 years..after 30 years they can apply ILR on basis of private life in uk....if they satisfy other requirements...please read below...
----The other significant difference between the 14-year rule and the new rule for leave to remain on the basis of private life is the grant of stay. Under the rules currently in place, the applicant would, if successful, be granted Indefinite Leave to Remain in the UK. Under the proposed new rules, once the applicant shows that they have been in the United Kingdom for a continuous period of 20 years, they would then be granted an initial period of 30 months’leave to remain. At the end of the 30 months, they would have to apply three more times (each period of leave being for 30 months) before finally being eligible to apply for Indefinite Leave to Remain. The grant of settled status would therefore take them 10 years.
Under the current proposals, the route to settlement on the basis of long residence has more than doubled and is likely to have a significant impact on those who are yet to regularise their stay in the UK.---
Posted 21 December 2012 - 06:08 AM
Posted 21 December 2012 - 09:39 AM
Posted 21 December 2012 - 01:51 PM
The eldest is nearly 16 but was not born here..is she still can be naturalized?
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