RAF Application - Have you been resident?

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Hi,

I'm filling out my application to join the RAF. There is a section that reads:

"Have you been resident in the UK continually for the past 5 years, ignoring periods totalling 28 days or less per 12 month period?"


I went on an extended holiday for two months to Asia over December / January 2019/20.

Does this mean that I have or have not been in a resident in the UK continually for the past 5 years?

(as I didn't have residency over there I was on holiday)
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(Original post by AlphaTango)
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To meet RAF residency requirements, you should have been a UK Resident for a minimum of five years immediately preceding application, and have spent no more than 28 days per year outside the UK within those five years.

UK residents of less than five years, or those who have spent more than 28 days per year outside the UK will require more eligibility checks.




You require more eligibility checks.
So they will class me as not meeting the residency requirements. Gotcha.

I'm guessing they're going to ask for boarding passes, visas and itinerary lists.
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(Original post by iDeano)
So they will class me as not meeting the residency requirements. Gotcha.

I'm guessing they're going to ask for boarding passes, visas and itinerary lists.
You could be asked for almost everything, yes including those things listed.
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