@libnesh if you are granted 3 years Discretionary Leave refusal asylum before 20 July 2011 Indefinite Leave to Remain (ILR) outside the Rules should be granted. the right form is DL
this information from the home office website
Where removal is no longer considered appropriate following consideration of the exceptional factors set out in Paragraph 353B of the Immigration Rules and the guidance in Chapter 53 of the EIG, 30 months DL should be granted, unless one of the following situations applies:
o Where the UK Border Agency (as it was) made a written commitment that a case would be considered either before 20 July 2011 or before 9 July 2012, but failed to do so, and later decides that a grant is appropriate;
o Where the UK Border Agency (as it was) made a decision either before 20 July 2011 or before 9 July 2012 that a grant of leave on the grounds then listed in Chapter 53 was not appropriate, but after that date carried out a reconsideration of that decision and - on the basis of the same evidence - decides that the earlier decision was wrong and leave should have been granted.
Where the above applies and the relevant date was before 20 July 2011 – Indefinite Leave to Remain (ILR) outside the Rules should be granted. This is because prior to 20 July 2011 ILR was normally granted to cases which met the exceptional circumstances in Chapter 53 of the EIG
. Where the above applies and the relevant date was before 9 July 2012, 3 years DL should be granted, with the person normally becoming eligible to apply for settlement after two periods of 3 years DL. This is because between 20 July 2011 and 9 July 2012 the UK Border Agency granted 3 years DL in cases that met the exceptional circumstances in Chapter 53 of the EIG. These cases will normally be eligible to apply for settlement after 6 years.
If a decision maker considers that there are other exceptional, compelling reasons to depart from the policy of granting 30 months DL, the case must be referred to a Senior Caseworker for further consideration. In all other cases 30 months (2.5 years) DL is normally the appropriate period of leave to grant.
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