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Family and private life FLR(M) and FLR(FP) online applications now possible

Family and private life FLR(M) and FLR(FP) online applications now possible

Online versions of the FLR(M) and FLR(FP) application forms are now available for use. The form needs to be printed at the end and sent off to the Home Office with the required supporting documents.

Use this online application as an alternative to the FLR(M) and FLR(FP) paper forms.

Apply to remain in the UK as the family member or partner (for example, spouse) of a:

  • British citizen
  • person settled in the UK
  • person who has refugee leave or humanitarian protection in the UK

You can also use this form to apply on the basis of private life in the UK.

You can add some family members (‘dependants’) to your application. For example, if you are applying as a partner with two children, you can all apply on the same application.

You cannot use this form to apply for  settlement (also known as ‘indefinite leave to remain’).

You cannot use this online application if you are applying with a fee waiver. Fee waiver applicants must complete the paper form and fee waiver application.

By making this application you are making a claim under Article 8 of ECHR.

Source: Family Route

Colin Yeo
Immigration and asylum barrister, blogger, writer and consultant at Garden Court Chambers in London and founder and editor of the Free Movement immigration law website.

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