'Intent to return to the UK' - SF

RootsJake Posts: 1 Newbie
edited 27 February 2019 at 9:35PM in Student MoneySaving
I have applied for student finance and they require information over the last 3 years regarding my taxable income. I am 23 and I returned to the UK from Ireland in June 2017 in order to study an access course to gain the necessary points needed to then attend University. In the time that I have been on my access course I have also acquired an offer from 2 Universities and accepted my offer from DMU whilst also acquiring accommodation and putting down a payment.

My problem is that because of my return in June 2017 they are looking for an 'intent to return to the UK' and I am unsure what to provide them and the calling service wasn't very helpful.
How can I prove that I have intended to come back to the UK even though I have been back since almost 2 years ago?


  • sheramber
    sheramber Posts: 19,048 Forumite
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    Are they not looking for 'intention to return' when you left the uk?

    When did you leave the UK and why?
  • Taiko
    Taiko Posts: 2,711 Forumite
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    Just to confirm, you're a UK national?
  • tyllwyd
    tyllwyd Posts: 5,496 Forumite
    I can't understand your post - so you have been living in the UK since 2017, and before that you were in Ireland - for how long? Where were you before that - was it the UK?
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