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Hi again

I’m not sure wether my area of permanent residence is the UK or not. I don’t have a British passport or an indefinite leave to remain but I have read that you automatically become permanent resident after living in the UK for more than 5 consecutive years (which I have)

Should I tick this box and say my area of permanent residence is the UK or not?

(I’m applying for Human protection which will give me British citizenship next year and will have it before I start uni)
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I have indefinite leave to remain but that's not why I put my my permanent residence is the UK. I did it because it is my permanent residence, it is where I live permanently.
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