You can apply for leave to remain on the basis of your private life in the UK which you have established as a result of your residence in the UK. Applications for leave to remain on the basis of private life in the UK are made under paragraph 276ADE of the Immigration Rules. Such applications are usually made using the application form FLR (FP).

Following are the various applications which can be made to the Home Office UKVI based on private life established in the UK:

Application Based On 20 Years Long Residence

Initial Application For Leave To Remain On The Basis Of 20 Years Long Residence
Renewal/Extension Limited Leave To Remain Granted On The Basis Of 20 Years Long Residence
ILR Upon Completion Of 10 Years With Leave To Remain Granted On The Basis Of 20 Years Long Residence

7 Years Continuous Residence By A Child In The UK [Seven Years Child Residence Rule]

Initial Application Under 7 Years Child Residence Route
Renewal Of Leave To Remain Which Was Granted On The Basis Of 7 Years Child Residence
ILR On Completion Of 10 Years With Leave To Remain Under 7 Years Child Residence Category

Application On The Basis Of Very Significant Obstacles To Integration In Country Of Origin

Initial Application On The Basis Of Very Significant Obstacles To Integration In Country Of Origin
Renewal/Extension Of Leave To Remain Granted On The Basis Of Very Significant Obstacles To Integration In Country Of Origin
ILR On Upon Completion Of 10 Years With Leave To Remain Granted On The Basis Of Significant Obstacles To Integration In Country Of Origin

Application On The Basis Of Being Over 18, Under 25 And Living Half Of The Life Continuously In The UK

Initial Application On The Basis Of Being Over 18, Under 25 And Living Half Of The Life Continuously In The UK
Renewal/Extension Of Leave To Remain Granted On The Basis Of Being Over 18, Under 25 And Living Half Of The Life Continuously In The UK
ILR Upon Comletion Of 10 Years With Leave TO Remain Granted On The Basis Of Being Over 18, Under 25 And Living Half Of The Life Continuously In The UK

 

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