FURTHER LEAVE TO REMAIN
Further leave to remain, or FLR means to extend a visa that is due to expire.
All visas have an expiry date, but if you plan to stay in the UK for longer,
it is essential to act, either by applying for a different visa or for further
leave to remain before the expiry of your current visa.
Unless you are otherwise exempted you must pass an
English Language Test at minimum level A2 CEFR.
The test centre must be recognised by UKVI.
You must ensure you meet the salary threshold required
in maintaining your current visa.
You must demonstrate your relationship continues to subsist.
You apply via the UK Visa & Immigration Gov.UK website.
The Further leave to remain visa allows you to continue living
in the UK for a further 30 months.In most cases you can
apply for Settlement once you have completed 5 years in the UK
A Fixed Fee of £400 payable on submission of the application.
The fee includes advising you prior, during & post application,
ensuring all documents are Home Office compliant & uploaded
to the UKVCAS website in preparation of your biometric appointment.
Informing you promptly of all correspondence from the Home Office
& UKVCAS. No VAT will be charged; however, you will be responsible
for the Home Office application & Immigration Health Surcharge fees.