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    Hello,
    I received a letter this morning stating that I haven't provided sufficient evidence of my residency during the 3 years before the first day of Uni.

    I'm missing 01/09/2013 to 04/10/2013 and 01/09/2015 to present day.

    As I have been living in the UK with my parents for 9 years, I sent their child tax credit letters (the letter states that these are accepted).

    These letters cover the dates from 06/04/2012 to 05/04/2016.

    Why does it say that I'm missing those dates when I have sent in child tax credit letters that cover this period? Why was 2014 alright?
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    Hello,
    I received a letter this morning stating that I haven't provided sufficient evidence of my residency during the 3 years before the first day of Uni.

    I'm missing 01/09/2013 to 04/10/2013 and 01/09/2015 to present day.

    As I have been living in the UK with my parents for 9 years, I sent their child tax credit letters (the letter states that these are accepted).

    These letters cover the dates from 06/04/2012 to 05/04/2016.

    Why does it say that I'm missing those dates when I have sent in child tax credit letters that cover this period? Why was 2014 alright?
    You'll need to look at what you sent it. It's possible they made a mistake, but it's equally possible there were gaps in the claim or you missed some information out. Without that detail nobody here can tell you why your evidence wasn't accepted!

    If they were wrong, write a letter explaining and then re-send the evidence. If you were wrong, fix it.
 
 
 
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