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Hi karla, you can only remain in the UK permanently if you have subsequently obtained Indefinite Leave to Remain in the UK. If you still have a tier 2, you will not br able to temain permanentle before obtaining ILR.
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What i have heard is that I do not get a citizenship but i could get permanent extension to remain in UK.
what would be ILR
Sorry for rating as a poor service, however, I asked one thing and I do not believe I got a proper answer. As far as I was informed by my company this is a new change in the imigration law. Before I could indefinitely extend every two years my tier 2 visa as long as I had my contract with the company. I heard that now UK granted people with VISA before the 6th of April 2011 with ViSa valid on a permanent basis however, my doubt is: what date is the valid one? the valid date of the visa or the date I entered UK? THanks and regards, Karla
Hi, the valild date of the visa is the date that it was issued.
With regard to the date you entered, when you look atthe residential qualifying period, this will begin from the date you entered the UK.
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