Indefinite leave to remain is the right to remain in the UK for an indefinite period of time. This is also known as permanent residence.
You need to show that you meet all of the relevant immigration requirements or can show you meet the spirit of the rules, when applying for Indefinite Leave to Remain which is a category of settlement. Previous immigration history is one of the main considerations, together with demonstrating an intention to make the UK your main home.
If you have been refused Indefinite leave to remain, your appeal could be decided on whether it meets the Immigration Rules in a number of different ways. This could include factors such as your immigration status at the time of application and how long you have lived in the UK.
Please complete our contact form which will allow us to assess your case fully. Alternatively, contact a member of our team on 01793 836 010.