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If you have never been away from the UK for more than 6 months continuously, then you are ok1. I don't have a continuous gap more than 180 days gap in 2013 outside the UK, in 2013, initially 150days outside the UK and then 10 days stayed in the UK and then 120 days outside the UK in same 2013 Year, (in 2013 Total outside from the UK was more than 180days but which is not continuously), after that continuously staying in the UK, in this case, am I eligible to apply ILR in long residency 10-year route in 2021 January? or do I need to apply after my fist gap is fully filled i.e do I need to apply in July 2021?, please advise.
There is no need for employer letter2. Also if I am eligible to apply in 2021 January, do I need to produce any letter from my employer (where I worked from 2011 until 2019 and resigned after or letter from employer is not required?), rest all other documents I have except the employer letter, could you please kindly advise if you need any other info please let me know, thank you.
First of all keep all your ILR queries in this post. Secondly there is no UKBA. It was disbanded in 2013.sk9988 wrote: ↑Mon Jan 20, 2020 10:27 pmHi,
This is only my personal opinion, few companies who offer Tier 2 ICT to their employees, they may not release the employees easily with in UK, they do a kind of creating some disturbance to employees, if this is the case, would there be any chance that the Employer can report to UKBA in case if employees switch from Tier 2 ICT main applicant to Tier 4 dependent and if they do it, would it be any problem while applying ILR under 10 years route in future, would there be any chance that UKBA take an action upon the employees, please help me on this query, thank you.
No!does the candidate require to show any letters or evidences from employer i.e does he require to show any documents from the employer at the time of applying ILR?
---------Zimba wrote: ↑Thu Jan 23, 2020 2:48 pmSee: https://assets.publishing.service.gov.u ... -v17.0.pdf