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In order to qualify for indefinite leave to remain under the 10-year residence route, leave must be both ‘continuous’ and ‘lawful’.
As set out in: Long residence and private life resources—overview, the meaning of ‘lawful’ residence:
‘…is defined at Immigration Rules, Part 7, para 276A(b) as being continuous residence pursuant to:…existing leave to enter or remain.’
‘…is defined at Immigration Rules, Part 7, para 276A(b) as being continuous residence pursuant to:
…existing leave to enter or remain.’
This means that from the date that leave to enter is ‘existing’, it can be relied upon in this route as ‘lawful’ residence’.
In terms of the meaning of ‘continuous’ residenc
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