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Work Permit holding Senior Carer collects her passport from her immigration adviser, Bison UK, today which now includes an Indefinite Leave to Remain (ILR) sticker. 

Violeta came to the UK in 2003 on a tourist or visitor’s visa and after discovering there was an opportunity to obtain a Work Permit, decided to stay. 

With the help of Bison UK, she was able to switch her visit visa to a Work Permit and visa whilst in the UK, an option no longer available. 

Bison UK later helped her to extend her Work Permit and bring her daughter to the UK on a Dependant Visa. 

Five years on, Violeta and her 18 year old Daughter, Stephanie, both passed the Life in the UK test and successfully applied for Indefinite Leave to Remain. 

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Her adviser, Evelie Padadac (pictured right) of Bison UK was delighted that ILR was granted for both Mother and Daughter, who was at a “critical age”. 

She plans to apply for British Citizenship next year, which she hopes will still be available despite the Citizenship Bill currently going through Parliament. We wish them both good luck! 

 

The Borders Citizenship and Immigration Bill, expected to become law later this year, will have far reaching effects on Filipino and other Work Permit holders, for instance, Senior Carers and Nurses, hoping to apply for Indefinite Leave to Remain (ILR) or British Citizenship. 

If you need any immigration advice or help with Studying in the UK, Settlement, Citizenship, Sponsorship, extending Work Permits, Visa or an appeal against a refusal please email:

info@immigrationmatters.co.uk or visit www.immigrationmatters.co.uk

See also:

Borders, Citizenship and Immigration Bill will make it harder to settle in the UK

UK Government to cut migrant benefits

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8 Responses to “Senior Carer and her 18 year old Daughter get Indefinite Leave to Remain”
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  1. hi, just read the new law regarding work permit holders & im one of those… i came here last nov 20 2006 & my working visa as a senior care assistant will last on july 2013, does this mean that i dont have any chance to settle here in uk? pls acknowledge.. thank you!

  2. hi, just read the new law regarding work permit holders & im one of those… i came here last nov 2006 & my working visa as a senior care assistant will last on july 2013, does this mean that i dont have any chance to settle here in uk?

  3. lkadenge says :

    hey; i have been here since 1999 first as a student then a nusre. my work permit will exp 2011 july what category can apply ILR

  4. hello.i am in students visa.my daughter want to come here in uk for am visit together with my husband.what are the requirements pls?my visa ends january 2010 and i want to renew to continue my studies can you help me in these pls,?what are the requirements pls?

    Thanks and more power !

  5. MARIBEL ALVARADO says :

    HOW WILL I BE AFFECTED IN THIS NEW LAW?, I AM EXPECTING TO OBTAIN MY (ILR) INDEFINITE LEAVE TO REMAIN JANUARY 2010. AND YOU HAVE MENTIONED THAT THE LAW WILL TAKE EFFECT NOT BEFORE 2011. THANK YOU AND MORE POWER.

  6. S RAMIREZ says :

    MY WIFE AND MY SON CAME TO THIS CONTRY WITH ESPOSO VISA THE VISA END 01 OF SEPTERMBER 09 CAN YOU TELL ME WHAT CAN I DO IF SHE NEED FILING SOME FORM IF YES CAN YOU PROVIDE THESE MANY THANK

  7. […] will take effect no earlier than July 2011. People who have permanent residency at that time, or Indefinite Leave to Remain (ILR), will be able to apply under the old rules for the next two […]

  8. marvin corpuz says :

    my wife came here on a work permit visa in December 2004. She obtained a new 5 year working permit and visa last January 2009. When would she be eligible for ILR?
    If the new citizenship bill will be approved, would it effect us as well (those already in the country) or does it only effect those yet to come? thank you and more power…

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