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    I have been living in England for two years now and have had a tenancy agreement until the 1st of August however now I have moved out of there and I am temporarily lodging in this lady's house just until I move to uni next month. Problem, is, I don't have a tenancy agreement, so how am I going to prove that I am ordinarily resident on the 1st of September?

    I am working, have a contract of employment and payslips. The next time I get paid is actually on the 1st of September. Are my payslips enough proof that I am ordinarily resident on the 1st of September?

    I dont have any phone bills or any bills or anything with my current address on it, not even a bank statement as you need to provide proof at the bank of your address if you want to change your address...I dont have a tenancy agreement so I cant change that so at the moment all my 'official' letters get sent to my previous address.

    Is this going to be a problem that I dont have a tenancy agreement? I really dont want to be rejected for something petty like this.

    What do I need to do?
 
 
 
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