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Let me see if I can help. A person who has spent six years under the discretionary leave to remain can apply for indefinite leave to remain in the UK. An application for indefinite leave to remain on the basis of six years under the discretionary leave to remain can be submitted to the Home Office 28 days before completing 6 years residence.
If you were previously granted discretionary leave as a result of FLR (O) application, you can then apply for indefinite leave to remain by using the application Form SET (O).
If you were granted discretionary leave as a result of refusal of your asylum claim, you can apply for indefinite leave to remain by using Application Form HPDL. You do not need to do the KOL if applying after 6 years discretionary - see this link for further guidance - https://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/16989/response/54524/attach/4/knowledgeoflifeuk.pdf
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