Indefinite Leave to Remain

Form NTL

Application for a no time limit

Last updated 27 August 2014

If your resident permit gives you permission to settle permanently in the UK (called 'indefinite leave to remain'), and you want to transfer it to a new passport, you must apply for a 'no time limit' (NTL) stamp using this form

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Form SET F

Application for indefinite leave to remain in the UK as a child under the age of 18 or as a dependent relative

Last updated 27 August 2014

Use this form to lodge an application for indefinite leave to remain in the United Kingdom as the family member (other than as the husband, wife or unmarried partner) of a person present and settled in the UK

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Form SET M

Application for indefinite leave to remain in the UK as the partner of a person present and settled in the UK

Last updated 27 August 2014

Use this form to lodge an application for indefinite leave to remain in the United Kingdom as the spouse (husband or wife) or unmarried partner of a person present and settled in the UK

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Form SETM Guide

Guidance Notes

Last updated 27 August 2014

Guidance notes with reference to application for indefinite leave to remain in the UK as the partner of a person present and settled in the UK

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Form SET O

Application for indefinite leave to remain in the UK

Last updated 01 July 2012

Form SET (O) must be used if you are applying for indefinite leave to remain in one of the following categories; work permit holder, employment not requiring a work permit, businessperson, innovator, investor, highly skilled migrant, other purposes/reasons not covered by other application forms

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Form SETO Guide

SET (O) Guidance notes

Last updated 27 August 2014

Guidance notes with reference to application for indefinite leave to remain in the UK in one of the categories listed in this form SET(O)

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