Can I apply as a Migrant Worker if i have been working in the UK for 3 years?

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Am I still eligible for Migrant Worker status if i have been working for 3 years before my academic year and I continue my employment during my studies?
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Am I still eligible for Migrant Worker status if i have been working for 3 years before my academic year and I continue my employment during my studies?
Hi there,

Yes, if you hold pre-settled status and will be working throughout your studies you can apply as a Migrant Worker.

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Hi there,

Yes, if you hold pre-settled status and will be working throughout your studies you can apply as a Migrant Worker.

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Am I still able to apply if I haven't worked and lived for 3 years in total?
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Hi there,

Yes, if you hold pre-settled status and will be working throughout your studies you can apply as a Migrant Worker.

Thanks, Amy
Would it be possible to apply as well before I would be living for 3 years in total?
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Would it be possible to apply as well before I would be living for 3 years in total?
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That’s fine; you’ll still be able to apply as long as you’ve been resident in Gibraltar, the EEA or Switzerland for at least 3 years before the start of your course.

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Hi There,

That’s fine; you’ll still be able to apply as long as you’ve been resident in Gibraltar, the EEA or Switzerland for at least 3 years before the start of your course.

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So it's fine If I have been living 2 years in the UK before my course? I left my EU country in 2020.
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Am I still eligible for Migrant Worker status if i have been working for 3 years before my academic year and I continue my employment during my studies?
Hi there,

To apply as a Migrant Worker you should meet the following eligibility criteria:

- You should be ordinary resident in the EU/EEA for at least 3 years prior to the start of your course
- You should also be ordinary resident in England or Wales on the first day of the first academic year of your course or 01/09/2019
- You/your spouse/civil partner/your parent/step-parent/grandparent/Child or grandchild must be working throughout your studies. If for any reason the Migrant Worker stops working you would lose your eligibility due to the Migrant Worker no longer meeting the criteria. To apply please send your application form to:

EU Migrant Worker Team, Student Finance England, PO Box 89, Darlington, DL1 9AZ.

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Hi there,

To apply as a Migrant Worker you should meet the following eligibility criteria:

- You should be ordinary resident in the EU/EEA for at least 3 years prior to the start of your course
- You should also be ordinary resident in England or Wales on the first day of the first academic year of your course or 01/09/2019
- You/your spouse/civil partner/your parent/step-parent/grandparent/Child or grandchild must be working throughout your studies. If for any reason the Migrant Worker stops working you would lose your eligibility due to the Migrant Worker no longer meeting the criteria. To apply please send your application form to:

EU Migrant Worker Team, Student Finance England, PO Box 89, Darlington, DL1 9AZ.

Thanks, Angela,
I am confused. So If I have been resident for 3 years in the uk and hold pre-settled status, I can apply as a Migrant Worker or not?
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I am confused. So If I have been resident for 3 years in the uk and hold pre-settled status, I can apply as a Migrant Worker or not?
Hi there,

As long as you will be working during your study you will be eligible to be assessed as Migrant Worker.

Thanks, Angela.
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