Indefinite Leave to Remain on the basis of UK Ancestry
Issues Client Faced
- Application for Indefinite Leave to Remain
- Concerns re break in continuous residence and spent convictions
Mr B instructed us to apply for Indefinite Leave to Remain on the basis of UK Ancestry.
He was concerned about certain issues including breaks in his continuous residence and disclosure of spent convictions.
We assisted the client and were able to put in a very comprehensive application including detailed representations resulting in a successful outcome.
Mr B was granted ILR the same day using the Home Office Premium Service.
What The Client Said
“I’d like to extend my gratitude to you and the team who worked on my ILR application that was approved last week. The professional and highly attentive manner, in which you work, together with the personal approach, which did not make me feel like just another number, was exactly what I was looking for when I first approached you. Applying for, and being granted ILR is a very big and privileged step in the immigration process, and for someone in my situation, an extremely daunting experience without the guidance and assistance of an experienced solicitor. You and your team managed to put my mind at ease and make sure that absolutely every detail of my application was covered. I’ll be back again next year for your assistance when I apply for naturalisation. Thank you again! Mr B”