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Hi all,

 

I am now trying to apply for the JSA and when filling in the paper application form a question on Page 38 asks

"at any time, have you come to live or returned to live in the UK from abroad?

 

Who has come to the UK?

What is their nationality?

Which country have their come from?

Was this to work in the UK?

Has the Home office put a limit on how long they can stay in the UK?

etc" if Yes, I am required to send passport or immigration documents to the JC.

 

I went on holiday last year for a month and I am a british citizen. I really have no ideas of whether to tick yes or no. Any help would be much appreciated. (Done)

 

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How about someone who came to work and live in the UK from abroad a couple of years ago and have already obtained a UK passport, will the person tick YES or NO? Thank you (Done)

"If they have lived in the UK before, When did they last leave the UK? " ---- (what to write if left UK for Holidays)

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Tick no if it was just a holiday - the question is asking if you or anyone on your claim has actually lived abroad.

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Tick no if it was just a holiday - the question is asking if you or anyone on your claim has actually lived abroad.

 

I am sorry to bother you again, do you mind to answer this question for my roommate please? He has a job now. He came to work and live in the UK from abroad a couple of years ago and have already obtained a UK passport, will he tick YES or NO in this instance for the question on Page 38 of the application form if he needed to apply the JSA in the future? Thank you

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I am sorry to bother you again, do you mind to answer this question for my roommate please? He has a job now. He came to work and live in the UK from abroad a couple of years ago and have already obtained a UK passport, will he tick YES or NO in this instance for the question on Page 38 of the application form if he needed to apply the JSA in the future? Thank you

 

He should probably tick "Yes" and then explain the situation on the form - that he came to the UK X years ago from country Y and is now a naturalised UK citizen who has been resident here since date Z. With regard to the question about "Has the Home Office placed any restrictions on his stay?", the answer will be "No" if he has a British passport.

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He should probably tick "Yes" and then explain the situation on the form - that he came to the UK X years ago from country Y and is now a naturalised UK citizen who has been resident here since date Z. With regard to the question about "Has the Home Office placed any restrictions on his stay?", the answer will be "No" if he has a British passport.

 

Thank you so much!! I will pass this information onto him.

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He should probably tick "Yes" and then explain the situation on the form - that he came to the UK X years ago from country Y and is now a naturalised UK citizen who has been resident here since date Z. With regard to the question about "Has the Home Office placed any restrictions on his stay?", the answer will be "No" if he has a British passport.

 

How about "If they have lived in the UK before, When did they last leave the UK?" Does he need to tell the government the dates he left UK for holiday? Sorry for the trouble I caused you.

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No need to detail every holiday he's ever taken since he arrived in the UK - only periods where he was not resident. That is, if he lived abroad for any time that should be explained, but (for example) a couple of weeks holiday in the Med or a short visit to family back in his original country doesn't count.

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