Indefinite Leave to Remain (ILR) is also known as permanent
residence in the United Kingdom. There are many routes to apply from it, for example, Tier 1 Investor, Tier 1 Entrepreneur, Tier 2 General and so forth, all of which will enable a person to apply for
Indefinite Leave to Remain between 5 and 10 years' of their residence in UK.
With Indefinite Leave to Remain, you will be able to work, study and live freely in the UK and qualify for many social welfare security provided by the
General Requirements for Indefinite Leave to Remain
Apart from legal and continuous residence requirements, ILR applications must also demonstrate sufficient knowledge of English
language and sufficient knowledge about life in the United Kingdom. The former is shown by either a university level degree taught in English or English language tests
deemed appropriate by the Home Office. The latter, it means that the applicant has to pass life in the UK test unless you are over 65 or have
Certain applicants are exempted from such requirements.
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After having been granted Indefinite Leave to Remain, you will then be able to qualify for British Citizenship.