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EMBrowne''s Limited are a dedicated team of OISC Immigration adviser who specialise in providing short and long term visa within the private and corporate industry.
Our Consultants have worked with the UK Border Agency and as such have an in depth knowledge of the Immigration rules and policy guidance.We provides a host of immigration services to its clients we endeavors to give the best possible outcome for their desired visa process.
Our experience in dealing with a vast range of clients from all over the world as well as assisting with every step of a client?s visa process has enabled our organisation to provide a standard of service we consider unrivaled within the Immigration industry.
?Indefinite Leave to Remain (ILR)
The correct terminology for full or permanent residency is indefinite leave to remain (ILR). You can apply for ILR in several ways depending upon your UK immigration status. ILR allows you to remain in the UK for an indefinite period, on condition you intend to remain present and settled.
If you leave the country for a continuous period of 2 years or more, it is usually deemed by the authorities that you are no longer present and settled, and you may have your ILR revoked. ILR allows you to work without restriction in the UK. It allows you to exit and re-enter the country multiple times. You are free of immigration control.
Marriage to a British Citizen?
You may apply for this visa if you are married to a British citizen, or person who has settlement status in the UK (i.e. a person who holds indefinite leave to remain (ILR) or right of abode. The visa, which is initially issued for a 2-year probationary period pre 09 July 2012 and 5 years (split into 30 months respectively) probationary period after 09 July 2012, allows you to work without restriction and to exit and re-enter the UK multiple times. At the end of the probationary period, you must submit evidence to the Home Office that you have been living...