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Settlement Indefinite
Settlement and Indefinite Visa

If you have lived in the UK legally for a certain duration of time, usually between two and five years you may be able to apply for Settlement in the UK. Settlement in the UK is also known as Indefinite Leave to Remain or ILR. You must already have settled status in the UK for a Settlement application.

Settlement and Indefinite Visa

If you have lived in the UK legally for a certain duration of time, usually between two and five years you may be able to apply for Settlement in the UK. Settlement in the UK is also known as Indefinite Leave to Remain or ILR.

Whether you will be eligible for UK settlement is dependent upon the type of visa that you currently have in the UK. You must already have settled status in the UK for a Settlement application. With Student Visas excluded, settled status means that the applicant has lived in the UK on another visa for at least four years.

Below are some examples of when settled status can be granted:

  • Marriage / Unmarried (De Facto) (after 2 years)
  • Ancestry (after 5 years)
  • Highly Skilled Migrant Programme (after 5 years)
  • Work Permit (after 5 years)
  • EU Nationals and their dependants (after 5 years)
If you have been living in the UK with a Marriage Visa and wish to apply for a UK Settlement Visa you must be able to prove that you are still married and intend on continuing the marriage.

Others:
  • Continues residence (after 10 years)
  • Broken Residence (after 14 years)

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