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ILR SET(O) rules 180 days

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#1 khrishi

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Posted 14 November 2012 - 09:31 PM

Hi,

I have my ILR due in Dec. I was on HSMP for 2 years and then Tier 1 for the last 3 year. I complete my 5 years continuous stay in Dec 2012

In the last 5 years when I calculate the total number of absense abroad it turns out to be 250 days out of the which 86 days(over 3year period and none more than 35 days at a stretch) were on annual Holidays with paid leaves. Apart from that For 79 days I had to be in India to attend Family emergency and support my family. During this time I was working from home from India and was fully paid.I have the payslips showing the full paid salary during these 79 days.

My question is :
As the immigration rules state that the applicant should not be out for more that 180 days during the last 5 years. Would the 79 days of my stay abroad considered since I was fully paid and will this count towards the total of 180 days. Also the 86 days holidays(none more than 35 days at one time) with paid leaves considered in the total of 180 days.

Has any one been in this situation before and whats was the outcome. Do I stand a chance for getting an ILR?

Any help or comments would be appreciated.



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Posted 14 November 2012 - 10:11 PM

It may be possible but you need to argue the case.

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Posted 16 November 2012 - 10:57 AM

and support that argument with evidence.





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