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If your English skills are at or above ESOL Entry 3 level or Scottish Intermediate 1 level, or if you are currently in the UK as a skilled or highly skilled migrant, you will need to pass the Life in the UK test before you apply for settlement. The test is taken on a computer and has 24 questions. The questions are based on the official Life in the UK handbook. A new version of the handbook was published on 28 January 2012. The test will change on 25 March 2013, to ask questions based on information in the new version of the handbook.
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The case law database contains determinations of the Immigration and Asylum Chamber of the First-tier Tribunal and of the Upper Tribunal and the Asylum and Immigration Tribunal.
This page explains how to use application form SET(M) to apply for permission to settle in the UK (also known as 'indefinite leave to remain') as the husband, wife, civil partner, unmarried partner or same-sex partner of a British citizen or a person who is settled here. You should also read the detailed Guide SET(M) before you complete the form. You will need to pay a fee when you apply, and we will not refund your fee if we refuse your application or if you withdraw it. You can find the form and guidance documents under 'Application forms' on the right side of this page. Can I apply using this form?