The Home Office refused his application for asylum, but granted him exceptional leave to remain until March 2006.
What does ELTR stand for?
ELTR stands for Exceptional Leave to Remain (UK residency)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
He then contacted them again saying he could not take up a job offer as a senior house officer, prompting them to write a further letter confirming he had exceptional leave to remain and did not require a work permit.
Despite that, he contacted officials again saying he could not take up a job offer as a senior house officer post, prompting them to write a further letter confirming he had exceptional leave to remain and did not require a work permit.
The men, named as Shaker Aamer, Jamil El Banna, Omar Deghayes, Binyam Mohamed and Abdennour Sameur, are not UK nationals but had been granted refugee status, indefinite leave or exceptional leave to remain before they were detained.
Yesterday, the Home Office said Ibrahim had been granted exceptional leave to remain in Britain.
6) The number of applications fell to 49,370 in 2003; altogether 64,605 initial decisions were made (removing some of the backlog); 6 per cent of these were given refugee status and 11 per cent either exceptional leave to remain or one of two new categories: Humanitarian Protection or Discretionary Leave.
Home Office Asylum Stats 2001 show that "an estimated 42pc of the applications in 2001 resulted in grants of asylum (10pc) or of exceptional leave to remain (22pc) or in allowed appeals (10pc)", so presumably 58pc were refused.