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Immigration

Home Office written question – answered on 11th December 2017.

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Photo of Baroness Kramer Baroness Kramer Liberal Democrat Lords Spokesperson (Treasury and Economy)

To ask Her Majesty's Government whether there has been any change in the terms on which indefinite leave to remain in the UK is (1) granted, and (2) applied to those who were previously granted such leave, in the past year.

Photo of Baroness Williams of Trafford Baroness Williams of Trafford The Minister of State, Home Department

In the past year there have been a number of policy amendments across specific ILR routes. Information relating to these amendments, and the specific ILR routes these affect, are communicated via the GOV.UK website.

https://www.gov.uk/government/publications?departments%5B%5D=uk-visas-and-immigration

There has been no change in terms for those persons who have been granted ILR in the past year. Individuals who hold ILR in the United Kingdom have no restriction on their right to live and work in the United Kingdom. They are able to apply for benefits in the same way as British citizens.

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