Thanks for your question.
It all depends on what basis the DLR was granted. If in relation to an Asylum application, I would suggest not. If you were to do so and you were granted DLR based on an asylum claim, it would mean it would be safe for you to return to your home country.
If the DLR was granted for other reasons other than Asylum, there should be no adverse affect of you returning to Sri Lanka.
If you wish to discuss, please feel free to ask further questions.
The answer still stands, depending on what basis the DLR was granted.
I hope this helps.
If today is the last day of her Visa she should return to her home country and submit a fresh application from there.
Before she makes a decision, I suggest she attempt to contact her solicitor again.
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