Immigration specialists for all cases
Do you want permanent residency status? Apply for Indefinite Leave to Remain. No lengthy forms and no long waiting times.
Indefinite Leave to Remain is also known as a UK Settlement Visa. UK Settlement may have already been established if you hold a certain type of UK Visa. To find out if you’re eligible complete the eligibility assessment form on this page.
UK Immigration Barrister smakes the process of applying for a ILR/UK Settlement Visa simple. The service we provide is fast, efficient and affordable that’s why hundreds of people look to us when applying for UK Indefinite Leave to Remain/Settlement.
No hassle, no hidden costs, just peace of mind and a quality service every time.
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UK Immigration Barristers
|Practical assistance with your UK ILR.||NO – You are provided with a set of guidance notes only.|
|Working towards a successful outcome.||NO – The Home Office first looks for reasons to refuse.|
|Free case assessment.||NO – There will be no initial review of your circumstances before sending an application.|
To apply you can complete the on-screen assessment form, answering the simple questions and submitting. An Immigration Specialist will call you.
Alternatively, call us on 0203 511 2090. Speak to a legal administrator who will take a few basic details before referring your case to an Immigration Specialist from our network.
All communication is 100% confidential and secure.
"Thank you very much, my ILR settlement was granted and now I am living in the UK."
"Great result. I cannot thank you enough, my Indefinite Leave to Remain was granted. You did a great job the service went above and beyond. Thank you again."
"This was our third application and having failed twice trying by ourselves we knew we needed help and your immigration network. Great lawyer, he knew just how to help us. Finally have my UK ILR, thank you so much."
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“Thank you very much, my ILR settlement was granted and now I am living in the UK.”.