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ILR as an Unmarried Partner

ILR as an Unmarried Partner under 5 Year Route

You can apply for Indefinite Leave to Remain (ILR) as an Unmarried Partner via the 5-year route after you have spent 5 years in the UK on an Unmarried Partner visa. According to the immigration rules, you must apply for ILR at a minimum of 28 days before your visa expires.

 

Requirements for ILR as an Unmarried Partner

To qualify for a ILR as an Unmarried Partner in the UK, you must first satisfy UK Visas and Immigration requirements.

These Include, But are Not Limited To:

  • Your partner is British and holds indefinite leave to remain, limited leave to remain under Appendix EU, or limited leave to remain under Appendix ECAA.
  • You are both over the age of 18.
  • You have met in person and have lived together in a relationship akin to marriage or civil partnership for at least 2 years.
  • Your relationship is genuine, and you intend to live together permanently.
  • Any previous relationships have broken down permanently.
  • You will be adequately maintained in the UK without recourse to public funds.
  • There is adequate accommodation for you and any dependents.
  • You speak and understand English to the required level.

You must also meet all the other eligibility requirements. If you want to determine your eligibility, please contact Primus Solicitors for an initial assessment and to discuss the options.

 

Financial Requirement for ILR as an Unmarried Partner

To demonstrate that you can be adequately maintained in the UK without recourse to public funds, you need to satisfy a financial requirement.

The financial requirement for a UK Unmarried Partner visa application state that you need to demonstrate that your partner (or both of you jointly if you are in the UK with valid leave to remain) has a gross annual income of at least:
  • £18,600; plus
  • £3,800 for a first child (who is not British, settled or an EEA national); plus.
  • £2,400 for each additional child (who is not British, settled or an EEA national).
  • Documents Required for ILR Application as an Unmarried Partner

 

When applying for ILR as an Unmarried Partner, you need to submit the following documents:

  • Your current passport or other travel documents
  • Details of any criminal convictions, if applicable
  • Your National Insurance number (if you have one)
  • Details of your accommodation in the UK
  • Bank statements and details of your salary showing your sponsor can meet the minimum income threshold.
  • Your sponsor’s British passport or Indefinite Leave to remain documents.
  • Details of the countries outside the UK you’ve lived in and visited.
  • Cohabitation evidence
  • English language test
  • Life in the UK test

You must also submit all the other supporting documents depending on your personal circumstances.

 

Super Priority Service for ILR as an Unmarried Partner

As one of the leading immigration lawyers, Primus Solicitors is registered with the Home Office and UKVCAS Sopra Steria to provide Super Priority Service (decision within 24 hours) for ILR application as an Unmarried Partner.

Our immigration solicitors can prepare and submit your ILR application to the Home Office under Super Priority Service so that you can get the decision within 24 hours.

 

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Hire our specialist immigration lawyers to help you through the ILR as an Unmarried Partner process and ensure a successful outcome for your ILR application. Contact us today to learn more about our services and how we can help you with your immigration matter.