What are the 10 and 20 year rules on long residence?

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 2,538 total views The UK immigration permits overseas nationals to live in the UK on a leave to remain on the basis of continuous long residence. Applicants can apply for Indefinite Leave to Remain(ILR) after 10 years of continuous residence and after 20 years of continuous residence. What is a 10 Years Residence Rule? The 10 years Residency rule states that any applicant who has been legally living in the UK for 10 years continuously can apply for indefinite leave to remain. And, in order to make a successful online application,…

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