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Hi, I am asking this question for another student. She is 18, been living in the UK for a total of 10 years (that is more than half her life) and has been living in UK for previous 7 years continuously. She studied in UK from year 1 to year 4 and then again from year 7 to year 13. She will get her ILR in a years time. But based on the fact that she has lived here for 10 years, can she claim home student status based on long residence. Since her residence of 10 years is broken into two stints of 3 years and 7 years with a gap of 2 years in between, will there be any issues or will there be any additional evidence to be provided? Also, student nationality is Indian and she did her year 5 and year 6 schooling in India. Her entire stay in UK has been completely legal on various tier 2 child dependant visas. Sfe SFE Aaron SFE Andrew SFE Ashley SFE Chanel could you please help with this question
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