Case study: Successful Indefinite Leave to Remain application

Case study: Successful Indefinite Leave to Remain application

Successful indefinite leave to remain application

In early 2018, NA Law Solicitors was approached by a client seeking to apply for Indefinite Leave to Remain (ILR) in the UK. Our expert team of  immigration solicitors were instructed to assist with the application to ensure the supporting documentation was organised and presented in the specified format to form a strong case.

After a detailed initial consultation, our solicitors found that the client met the criteria to qualify for ILR as he had been holding a UK work permit for a continuous period of 5 years. The client chose to apply for ILR using the premium service which provides same day service, as he had already passed an English language test beforehand.

Our team supported the client in every step of the application, ensuring the process was as smooth as possible and all the necessary information was provided in the correct format and to the required level of detail.

A few hours after the submission of his application, the client received the news that he had been granted Indefinite Leave to Remain and was now allowed to remain in the UK indefinitely free from any visa restrictions.

How can NA Law Solicitors help with an Indefinite Leave to Remain application?

NA Law Solicitors has a successful track record of providing practical and cost-effective immigration service advice to individuals and businesses on all aspects of UK immigration law. Our expert lawyers are highly experienced in individual immigration and are able to give specialist legal information and advice on how to obtain Indefinite Leave to Remain, as well as other related applications.

We specialise in immigration law for both businesses and individuals, applications made under the European regulation and British nationality law, including the following:

To discuss your immigration matters with a top specialist at NA Law Solicitors, please get in touch.

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