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Apply to extend stay in the UK as a partner or dependent child: form FLR(M)

Form to extend stay in the UK as the partner or dependent child of someone who is settled here or who is a refugee or under humanitarian protection.

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Form FLR(M): application for leave to remain as a partner or child of a person present and settled in the UK, with refugee leave or humanitarian protection and for a biometric immigration document

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Form FLR(M) guidance notes

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You can now apply online. The online form will ask questions that are relevant to you based on the information you enter. You can edit and download the application before it is submitted.

Use Form FLR(M) to apply to extend your existing stay in the UK (also known as ‘leave to remain’) and to get a biometric residence permit.

The form is for:

  • the partner or dependent child of a person who is in the UK and is settled here
  • the partner or dependent child of a person who has permission to stay in the UK as a refugee or under humanitarian protection
  • the dependent child of a person who has, or is applying for leave to enter or remain as the partner of a person present and settled in the UK

You should read the FLR(M) guidance notes before you apply.

Get help using a computer to apply online

You can get help completing an online immigration form if you do not feel confident using a computer or do not have access to one.

You can get help with:

  • accessing a computer or the internet
  • finding the right information on GOV.UK

You cannot use this service to get advice on:

  • whether you’re eligible to apply
  • what information to put in your application
  • an application you’ve already made

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Published 1 October 2013
Last updated 13 July 2018 + show all updates
  1. Application form updated with GDPR policy.
  2. Guidance notes updated.
  3. Updated form for use on or after 6 April 2018.
  4. First published.