Yes, a person who has been granted pre-settled status in the UK can lose their immigration status under certain circumstances. Some of the reasons why a pre-settled status holder may lose their immigration status include:
- Failing to meet the residency requirements: To maintain pre-settled status, a person must continue to reside in the UK for at least six months out of every 12-month period. If they fail to meet this requirement, their pre-settled status may be revoked.
- Breaching immigration rules: If a person with pre-settled status breaches any of the UK’s immigration rules, their status may be revoked. This includes committing a criminal offense, providing false information on their application, or working without the proper authorization.
- Leaving the UK for an extended period: If a person with pre-settled status leaves the UK for an extended period (usually two years or more), their status may be revoked.
It’s important to note that any decision to revoke pre-settled status is made on a case-by-case basis, and the individual concerned will be given an opportunity to appeal the decision.
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