No evidence for Urim being related to other Torricelli languages was ever presented Laycock 1975, and the lexical investigations show no signficant relations Glasgow and Loving 1964:8. Glasgow, David & Richard Loving. (1964) Languages of the Maprik Sub-District. Port Moresby: Department of Information and Extension Services. Laycock, Donald C. (1975) The Torricelli Phylum. In Stephen A. Wurm (ed.), New Guinea Area Languages and Language Study Vol 1: Papuan Languages and the New Guinea linguistic scene (Pacific Linguistics: Series C 38), 765-780. Canberra: Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, Australian National University.
Some lexical evidence favours a Wapei-Palei affiliation Donald C. Laycock 1968 :48 David Glasgow and Richard Loving 1964 :8 and ablaut distinctions for realis-irrealis are shared with Srenge and Walman and Yeri but these could all be retentions and do not automatically make Urim a Wapei-Palei language (p.c. Matthew Dryer 2012)