ILR 180 Day Absence Rule UK an overview and circumstances which will be taken into account by the Home Office/UKVI.

Circumstances will be taken into Account by Home Office/UKVI:

If your circumstances are beyond you reach and control such as:

a) Medical condition is serious and deteriorating

b) Medical condition of your close relative such as mother, father or siblings is serious and deteriorating.

c) A natural disaster such as floods, volcanic eruption or tsunami

d) Flight got cancelled due to emergency in that particular country.

Definition of Serious and Compelling Circumstances (ILR 180 Day Absence Rule UK):

Please note that their is no specific definition of serious and compelling circumstances but it is quite obvious that the Home Office/UKVI will take your compelling circumstances into account before deciding your Indefinite Leave to Remain (ILR) application.

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