Thanks for your reply and I can wait for a bit longer as well.
Having looked at my first email, I released the question I have asked is not very clear. For further clarification, in short, the concern I got is that my UK visa will be expired in 16th of march 2017,therefore, I will be 27-28 days in short to complete my 10 years. However I might have a valid visa to apply for indefinite remain to leave 28 days in advance.
The question I wanted to ask if I could be alright for applying for this kind of visa in 16 of March 2017.
Thanks very much for your response, my entrance data is 14/April/2007 and my current visa is going to expire in 16/Mar/2017.
First of all thanks very much for your very precise complete answer. Previously I contacted with a few of your other colleagues and neither of them gave me such a specific answer you have given, so I appreciated that. There is a few unclear points that I would like to ask you regarding this matter:
As you have pointed out correctly, I am 28 in short to complete my 10 year legal staying in the UK, but considering the fact that I can overstay in the UK for 28 days, could it be possible to compromise my 28 in short with this 28 of legal over staying.
Secondly, could you a bit elaborate what you exactly mean "basis of human rights", what sort of options I could have.
Lastly, when time comes to apply for indefinite remain to leave, do you recommend me to take a lawyer, if you do, could you tell me an approximate cost of taking lawyer please. And if it is possible to recommend me a lawyer who is expertise in this matter and based in Edinburgh.