Yes still if you obtain or travel without permission to back home ILR will be revokedariskar wrote: ↑Tue Jun 18, 2019 3:22 pm1. The 10 year limit applies to the BRP card. It expires and you have to renew it. Your entitlement to indefinite leave does not expire/lapse. After 10 years you just need a new BRP card.
2. Not sure. Many members mention that it indicates the route of settlement (i.e. refugee). This is unfortunate, however I suspect most settled refugees naturalise as BC soon after. It is also a reminder that after holding ILR, if the Home Office believes that you are no longer refugee (get national passport, travel to country sought protection from, etc.) or you obtained the status by deceit you are still in risk (albeit low risk) of losing it.
Once you have BC then you are no more citizens of your previous country and you are protected under British law.
Do not think so anyone not apply for BC with in time unless *************** lolz
No worry about anything , do not do any crime or thing harm your status
Refugee, and settlement it’s under UN 1951 country promise to UN
On other hand it’s refugees moral duty to remain faithful with county which protect us and give us respect and equal rights, equal opportunities
Last thing to say stay faithful