You can apply for leave to remain or Indefinite Leave to Remain (ILR) based on long residence. Long residence applications are either on the basis of 10 years of continuous and lawful residence or on the basis of 20 years long residence. Applications for long residence are made under part 7 of the Immigration Rules. All long residence applications are treated as human rights claims by the Home Office UKVI and a refusal of a long residence application normally triggers an in-country right of appeal unless the human rights claim is certified by the Home Office UKVI as manifestly unfounded.

Our specialist team of long residence solicitors can provide expert immigration advice and legal representations for following applications on the basis of long residence in the UK: