How we applied for indefinite leave to remain and no time limit (NTL)
Our client came to the U.K. in the 1960s with his mother and never made any immigration application. But he had no problems living in the U.K. as he had never attempted to go abroad. When he did attempt to travel overseas, he realised that he was not British and did not have a valid visa.
We helped him make an NTL application, contacting the Department of Education, the NHS, the local council, HMRC, the church and various other organisations to collect evidence and finally convinced the Home Office that he should have already been granted indefinite leave to remain. Following our extensive investigatory work, our client has now received his Indefinite Leave to Remain Biometric Residence Permit (ILR BRP).