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littlerr wrote: ↑Mon May 31, 2021 5:43 pmSince there's no gap between your previous stamps (with the exception of COVID where the permissions are auto extended), you would be eligible to apply for citizenship from 26/06/2022.
For the purpose of calculating absences, you count the days of absences for:
- between 26/06/2017 and 25/06/2018,
- between 26/06/2018 and 25/06/2019,
- between 26/06/2019 and 25/06/2020,
- between 26/06/2020 and 25/06/2021,
- between 26/06/2021 and 25/06/2022.
For each of the year above, you do not have absences more than 42 days, so there is no need to exclude anything.
Landing stamps do not count as reckonable residences unless you are a refugee.
Yes you are allowed to travel for up to 42 days in any year, including the year before you apply for citizenship.
And no, solicitors are not recommended for straightforward applications.