The following Immigration precedent Produced in partnership with Jo Renshaw of Turpin & Miller LLP provides comprehensive and up to date legal information covering:
I am pleased to confirm that you have been granted indefinite leave to [enter OR remain in] the UK. You are now treated as having settled status.
[You have been issued with a short-term entry clearance valid for 30 days from [insert date], to enable you to travel to the UK. You will be required to collect your Biometric Residence Permit (BRP) from [insert details of relevant post office or alternative collection location] within ten days of arrival in the UK. Please contact us as a matter of urgency if any circumstances arise which mean that you will be unable to meet either of these deadlines.
I am pleased to enclose a letter from the Home Office which confirms that you have been granted indefinite leave to remain in the UK. It is important that you keep this letter in a safe place. I also enclose a Home Office leaflet which explains your new immigration status. You will shortly receive a BRP which confirms your new immigration status. If you are working, please ensure that you show your original passport and BRP to your UK employer as soon as possible, and preferably on the first working day after you receive the BRP. They must check and take a copy of both documents in order to satisfy themselves of your continuing right to work in the UK.]
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