Indefinite Leave to Remain & Naturalisation

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Our Immigration Services

  • Business Immigration
  • Individual Immigration

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If you want to find out more about how our immigration solicitors can help you, please don’t hesitate to get in touch. Whether it’s by phone, video call or in person, our specialist solicitors can guide you through the process and answer any questions you may have.

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Why Osbourne Pinner?

We are one of the reputed law firm based in Central London specialising in simple and complex immigration cases. Here are few reasons why we are considered the best option when it comes to choosing the right lawyer for a immigration case.

  • 18+ Years Experience
  • Central London Location
  • 99% Success Rate
  • Regulated by SRA
  • Free 30-Minute Consultation
  • Affordable Fixed Fees
  • Expert in Immigration Law
  • Best Immigration Solicitors in London

Indefinite Leave to Remain & Naturalisation

You may be eligible to apply for ‘Indefinite Leave to Remain’ or ‘Settlement’ in the UK once you have lived in the UK for a certain time period and without breaching immigration law and rules. If you are under any category of the Point-Based System and you have met all the criteria of that category, then you can apply for settlement.

Indefinite Leave to Remain & Naturalisation - What You Need to Know?

Once your ‘Indefinite Leave to Remain’ (ILR) is granted, you are in position to apply for naturalisation and then you can become a British Citizen. After a certain period of time, you may be eligible to ‘naturalise’ and become a British citizen. Our Immigration team at Osbourne Pinner is regularly instructed by clients who wishing to settle permanently in the UK or wants to apply for ILR and also wish to apply for British citizenship.

Indefinite Leave to Remain

The immigration rules allow for certain visa holders to apply for Indefinite Leave to Remain (ILR) under the Points-Based System.

Applicant need to meet the criteria in their respective categories like those holding a work permit (Tier 2), Investor visa or Entrepreneur visa may be eligible to apply for ILR after they have reached 5 years continuous leave in the UK. The applicant can be eligible for indefinite leave to remain after 5 years in the UK if he invests £2 Million. If the applicant invests £ 5 million then he can apply indefinite leave to remain after 3 years in the UK.

British Citizenship

In order to make an application of British citizen, you must have held Indefinite Leave to Remain (ILR) for at least 12 months. Generally, there are a number of requirements applicants must satisfy in order to make a successful application. Expert Immigration Solicitors ILR/British Citizenship Applicants.

Why use Osbourne Pinner for your immigration matter?

  • At Osbourne Pinner, we provide unsurpassed immigration services in an exceptionally professional and efficient manner.
  • Many applicants face difficulties in understanding the application process or providing the required documentation.
  • Our team can provide you with all the support and guidance you need to successfully acquire with your immigration matter. With our experienced solicitors, who believe in generating positive results for our clients, you have a better chance of a successful application.

For a free confidential discussion about your immigration matter, call us on 0203 980 9348 or fill in the form for a call back.

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