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There are provisions for late applications for those who missed the June 30th deadline. New Covid provisions for EU Settlement applications have been published. They include Provisions allowing an absence of over 12 months for people with pre-settled status, a provision for a second absence of up to 12 months and for choosing to spend time out of the UK over Covid related issues.

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    Hi every one this would be last post about pss absence
    i have done some calculation
    Here its pss granted 28 aug 2020 and till aug 2021 159 days absence as i going to eu mum has surgary after that going no where
    so i dont understand when HO says out 365 days you must be here at least 190 days
    if i start counting days once i granted pss from 28 aug 2020 to till 20aug 2021 which will be 159 days
    if yiu start callender year from 1 jan to 31 dec 2021 it will be 60 days
    how home office asses year the day you been granted pss year start from that day
    or they use callender year from 1 jan

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    Originally posted by Manraj View Post
    Hi every one this would be last post about pss absence
    i have done some calculation
    Here its pss granted 28 aug 2020 and till aug 2021 159 days absence as i going to eu mum has surgary after that going no where
    so i dont understand when HO says out 365 days you must be here at least 190 days
    if i start counting days once i granted pss from 28 aug 2020 to till 20aug 2021 which will be 159 days
    if yiu start callender year from 1 jan to 31 dec 2021 it will be 60 days
    how home office asses year the day you been granted pss year start from that day
    or they use callender year from 1 jan
    Morning,

    Forget about calendar years, they don't come into this at all. And if you look at the official information, it doesn't refer to days but months. When the application is made, they will ask for evidence for 6 MONTHS out of every 12 month period, whenever that begins. The settled status application does not ask to list each and every period spent abroad, applicants are just asked to upload documents to support their residence, and this criteria is explained and illustrated here: Absences and residence for people with pre-settled status

    ...where you'll see the following illustration:


    The chart below shows various scenarios, using 2020 as an example for someone who arrived in the UK in October 2019. You will see how they may or may not qualify for settled status under different scenarios, depending on whether they maintaned continuity of residence or broke it, as well as illustrating the provision to spend more than six months out of the UK for an important reason, including COVID where applicable.

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    As you will see, the period of residence can start at any point and it's not tied to any calendar days.

    I am the Site Manager and Webmaster, please refer to our Admin Team, Roles and Responsibilities. If you think we have helped in any way, please support us so we can keep helping others secure their status, it is now more important than ever as the deadline approaches.

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      You should also be aware that new Covid provisions were published only yesterday, following a legal challenge by Here for Good Law, who regarded the previous ones as insufficient. These provisions are much more generous than the previous ones, as they allow absences over 12 months in certain circumstances, in addition to an enhanced list of arguments for an absence of up to 12 months. Check them out: New Covid provisions for EU Settlement applications

      I am the Site Manager and Webmaster, please refer to our Admin Team, Roles and Responsibilities. If you think we have helped in any way, please support us so we can keep helping others secure their status, it is now more important than ever as the deadline approaches.

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      • #4
        I spent more then 6 month
        From 28 aug 2020 geanted pss i am here in uk from 11 dec and i am going to eu 5th july even if you look from 1 jan 2021 to 31 june thats already 6 month but i was here from dec 2020
        what is cut off date 28 aug 2020 to 28 aug 2021 will be one year
        so i am here from dec and going back to july
        thats more then 6 month
        i have council tax bill
        And my bank statement start from 6 jan and i will going to 5 july do you think it will work or do you think i shoul change ticket to 10 july so that way my bank statement will be 6 jan t0 10 july which is more then 6 month so that will be 6 month
        although i have eu bank card that i used in uk while i did not have uk bank card
        i have passenger locator form and bording pass when i arrived in uk in dec

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            This is my bank statement look it start from 30 dec and i can show till 5 july as i willl be out from uk after 5 july will this be accepted as proof of residence along with coyncil bill
            pss my first transcation start from 5 jan does it matter ?

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            • #7
              When my clock will be reset ? As i been granted status 28 sug 2020 till aug 2021 will be year.afyer this time i still have more time to spent outside uk ?

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Manraj View Post

                I spent more then 6 month
                From 28 aug 2020 geanted pss i am here in uk from 11 dec and i am going to eu 5th july even if you look from 1 jan 2021 to 31 june thats already 6 month but i was here from dec 2020
                what is cut off date 28 aug 2020 to 28 aug 2021 will be one year
                so i am here from dec and going back to july
                thats more then 6 month
                i have council tax bill

                And my bank statement start from 6 jan and i will going to 5 july do you think it will work or do you think i shoul change ticket to 10 july so that way my bank statement will be 6 jan t0 10 july which is more then 6 month so that will be 6 month
                although i have eu bank card that i used in uk while i did not have uk bank card
                i have passenger locator form and bording pass when i arrived in uk in dec

                This is my bank statement look it start from 30 dec and i can show till 5 july as i willl be out from uk after 5 july will this be accepted as proof of residence along with coyncil bill
                pss my first transcation start from 5 jan does it matter ?

                When my clock will be reset ? As i been granted status 28 sug 2020 till aug 2021 will be year.afyer this time i still have more time to spent outside uk ?
                I am afraid it is very difficult to have a clear picture of your circumstances. The fact is you cannot change the absences you have and the only hope is that when it will come to apply for the settled status, thanks to the new covid guidance too, you will be able to show continuous residence and obtain the settled status.

                You are doing the right thing by putting together all the evidence of the presence in the UK, keep this evidence safe because these are the most important documents to show to the Home Office when the times come to apply for your settled status.

                We cannot give you any certain answer as this is very much untested (this will only be tested in real life in the next few years when people will apply for settled status) - we have the new guidance now New Covid provisions published for EU Settlement applicants - UKCEN Citizenship and Residence for European Nationals and their families hopefully this will help.

                If you think you have already above or near above the permitted absences with your pre-settled status, and you are planning to leave the UK again in the future, please be aware that additional absences might compromise your ability to apply for settled status in the future.

                I am the Group Founder and also an Admin, please refer to our Admin Team, Roles and ResponsibilitiesIf you think we have helped in any way, please support us so we can keep helping others secure their status, it is now more important than ever as the deadline approaches.

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