Extend stay or settle in the UK as a person who was refused asylum: form FLR(DL)
- UK Visas and Immigration
- Part of:
- UK visa, immigration and citizenship application forms and Immigration and borders
- 1 October 2013
- Last updated:
- 6 April 2017, see all updates
Form to apply for an extension of stay or indefinite leave to remain in the UK if you were refused asylum but given another type of permission to stay in the UK.
Form for extension of stay or settlement by a person who was refused asylum but given another type of permission to stay in the UK
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Use form FLR(DL) to apply for an extension of your stay (also known as ‘leave to remain’) or indefinite leave to remain (also known as settlement) if you are a person who was refused asylum but was given ‘discretionary leave’ to stay in the UK, or ‘exceptional leave’ to stay in the UK for less than 4 years.
Use Appendix 1 FLR(FP) FLR(O) for a fee waiver if you are destitute and can’t pay to extend your stay.
To make an application on the basis of your family or private life please use form FLR(FP).
Published: 1 October 2013
Updated: 6 April 2017
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