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Is spending two years away from the UK at a full time higher education course( in the EU ) considered a break in residence or a temporary absence?
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Hi,

If you're a U.K national then you don't need to meet the three year U.K residency criteria as long as you have three years residency in the E.U.


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(Original post by Mark Lee - SFE Official Adviser)
Hi,

If you're a U.K national then you don't need to meet the three year U.K residency criteria as long as you have three years residency in the E.U.


Hope this helps.
I am en EU national. My permanent address and family life were in the UK, then I went of and spend some months at a university in Italy. I was wondering where exactly can I find the criteria SFE uses when assessing whether ordinary residence has been maintained and an absence was temporary. I mean like Regulations, but I am looking for exact paragraphs. Can you help me, Mark?
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