An individual, who has been offered Discretionary Leave to remain in the United Kingdom on the basis of been rejected an asylum claim application, such a person can make an application to extend a Discretionary Leave by completing the DL application form.
An individual, who has been initially offered Discretionary Leave to remain in the UK as a result of the rejection of his/her asylum claim application and then extension of the same application for an additional 3 years, can make an application for Indefinite Leave to Remain (ILR) when he/she has completely elapsed 6 years in the UK. This application for Indefinite Leave to Remain is also to be made by completing and submitting the DL application form.
Regarding my 10 years of lawful residency. I just shortly describe my case. I came in October, 2005 on a student visa until January 2013. I had fallen in love with a Germany student flatmate since September 2011 and living together and got married December 2012. She had health insurance after we got married still I am carrying on. And she was continuing her study from 2011 to still now. At this moment she is doing her PhD at ucl and at the same time teaching assistants. And in the holidays, she was working several institutions as part-time for the last 5 years. Ref: her Facebook. In April 2014, she moved to Warwick uni, after that we had unofficially dis-contract. I had filed for a divorced file, 25th June 2016, and got a degree 2nd June 2016. At the moment, I have her honors certificate but I do not have her master's and present Ucl uni documents. Though I collected her studentship documents from Warwick uni and UCL uni website. I am working since 2005 to now, I have always paid tax , study record was good, no criminal record. I have hereditary family blindness But did not have health insurance. My lawyer told me 22nd June 2015 there were new laws that EEU student and her husband both must have health insurance. I did my insurance from December, 2015 and still carrying on. At this moment I am looking for 10 years lawful residency application. But my lawyer was is concerned about my insurance and another I have her educational documents but most I got from the university website. Last year when my 10 years was fulfilled at that time my lawyer told me first take retain right of residency then apply for ILR. Now he applied for retained right resident permit last week.. But he said my 10 years lawful residency is broken because of I didn't have my 6 months insurance. My lawyer told me, the 6 months gaps of my insurance; caused my 10 years lawful residency to be broken. Her educational documents is also another problem as well. And I won't be able to bring my new spouse in uk by the retain right of residency if I will get married in the future. At this moment, I am very upset about my 10 years of lawful residency and also the fact that I cannot bring my new spouse if I will get married. So please let me know how I can overcome this problem and if what my lawyer imagines about my case is true or false? My humble request, please let me know what steps I should take. I am helpless. I want you to handle my case, please handle my case if you think I can win my case.
It's a shame that you dont have an 'Excellent' star rating on here, as my experience with Reiss Edwards is nothing short of an excellent rating. They handled my application for an Indefinite Leave to remain in April 2014 and did my husband's one very recently including my daughter. Every time i have approached them, they have continued to treat me with courtesy, respect and patience. Amar was indeed a very thorough and professional gentleman. He is very knowledgeable, corporative and engaging. He responded to my emails, calls and enquiries promptly. He was always reassuring. I could not have asked for a better Immigration service. I would recommend them over and over again for anyone looking for an immigration advice. They gave me a free immigration advice when i called them, and the quality of the advice was something other charge thousands for. If you need a particular, name, Amar would be it. He exemplifies, for me, the true, professional gentleman. He is a valuable asset to Reiss Edwards.
I am glad that i instructed Reiss Edwards on my visa matter. It started with a 20 minutes free immigration advice. I met with Amar to discuss my ILR refusal. He gave me a great deal of quality advice and decided to take on my messy case. I had doubts on the merits of my case by he was relatively convinced he could win it. That made me quite secure. To be honest, things did not start as quick as I would have wanted, but they kept on communicating the process and state of things to me.A big thank you to Verusha and Foram. They were also very helpful. Brilliant and informative. Their fee was fair and reasonable, especially if you compare them to other law firms and immigration law firms in London; some of whom even told me that i would not be able to get an indefinte leave to remain in this country. The process was long but was worth it. In the end, a big thank you to Reiss Edwards.
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TI have just had British Citizenship application approved. Prior to making the application, i was not sure which law firm i should hire to facilitate the paperwork. After a few hours of research, i decided to go with Reiss Edwards and i must confess that i wasnt disappointed. The immigration lawyers at Reiss Edwards handled my case well and they really knew what they were doing. They were fully aware of what documents I needed and it was easy for them to tell if my case was going to be easy or not. At the end of the day, I have not received my British citizenship within 3 months. If anyone is looking for a good immigration lawyer to handle thier case, contact Reiss Edwards.
My wife's spouse visa extension application was refused by the Home Office and they gave her 14 days to leave the country. We contacted Reiss Edwards and they said "OK don't worry we will sort this out". They put together the list of documents for me to obtain and they prepared a bundle which was as thick as the printer it came out from.We followed everything they asked us to do and in the end we won our appeal and got our spouse visa. We can't recommend them enough and we have promised ourselves never to make any more UK visa applications without them.
The team of lawyers at Reiss Edwards are very professional and friendly people. Their experience in and around UK immigration law is quite extensive; be sure that you application is in safe and competent hands. My immigration matter was an indefinite leave to remain application based on Tier 1 on a self-employment basis. The immigration lawyers at Reiss Edwards made sure that the application was perfect and ready to be accepted. I got a positive decision and I recommend them highly for anyone who needs a UK immigration help.
I contacted Reiss Edwards to help me with my wife's UK settlement visa. They acted with utmost professionalism throughout the entire application. I spoke with Joe Dinh, he is an immigration solicitor and he is one of the best solicitors out there. He ensured that there was little to no room for error. At some point I thought he was over cautious. He remained calmed and continued to assure us on our immigration matter. Most people in his position would have panicked but he was calmed and continued to assure us. We received out positive outcome very quickly.
I have been using Reiss Edwards for three years now for my family's immigration application. Both for my initial application and extension. They are really affordable. The team of solicitors at this firm are probably one of the most efficient and economical in terms of cost. They offered free advice over the phone and spent good time with us before inviting us for consultation.
Reiss Edwards is a top notch immigration service company. The way they handled our documentation and also the list of documents they sent was efficient and top quality. They helped us professionally throughout the process. We are very happy with the immigration advice we received from the team. We highly recommend them.
I used Reiss Edwards immigration lawyers to assist with my immigration matter and that of my family. It was an EX1 application. They dealt with the matter properly and even when complications were coming up from the Home Office, they helped resolve the issue properly. They are very professional and are very popular in London. I am happy to have worked with them.
This is the only firm that i spoke with that didn't ask for money before listening to me, will be using them again.
I used Reiss Edwards for my Tier 2 visa application and it was successful. The team was ever present and happy to answer my question. The caseworker that dealing with my case went on holiday yet by case did not suffer one bit. Another lawyer stepped and took over the case without any hassle.
My Tier 1 Investor Visa was dealt with quickly and without issue. Would recommend Reiss Edwards as an Immigration law firm in London. Thank you to the team.
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