In previously untreated, medically fit patients with chronic lymphocytic leukemia, research is focused on developing fixed-duration strategies to improve long-term outcomes whilst sparing patients from serious toxicities. The ICLL-07 trial evaluated a fixed-duration (15-month) immunochemotherapy approach where, following obinutuzumab-ibrutinib induction for 9 months, patients (n=10) in complete remission (CR) with bone marrow (BM) measurable residual disease (MRD) <0.01% continued only ibrutinib 420 mg/day for 6 additional months (I arm), whereas the majority (n=115) received up to 4 cycles of fludarabine/cyclophosphamide-obinutuzumab 1000 mg alongside the ibrutinib (I-FCG arm). Primary analysis at month 16 showed that 62.2% (84/135) of all patients enrolled achieved CR with BM MRD <0.01%. Here we report follow-up at median 63 months. PB MRD was assessed 6 monthly beyond end of treatment using a highly-sensitive (10-6) flow cytometry technique. In the I-FCG arm, the PB MRD <0.01% rate (low-level positive <0.01% or undetectable with limit of detection ≤10-4) in evaluable patients was still 92.5% (74/80) at month 40 and 80.6% (50/62) at month 64. No differences in PB MRD status were apparent according to the IGHV mutational status. In the overall population, 4-year progression-free and overall survival rates were 95.5% and 96.2%, respectively. Twelve deaths occurred overall. Fourteen serious adverse events occurred beyond the end of treatment. Thus, our fixed-duration immunochemotherapy approach produced deep and sustained PB MRD responses, high survival rates, and low long-term toxicity. A randomized trial is needed to compare our immunochemotherapy approach with a chemotherapy-free strategy. This trial was registered at www.clinicaltrials.gov as #NCT02666898.