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Yes. I intend to move to India after i get my UK Passport for a period of 4 years and then come back to UK to live permanently. The reason i have the 15 days in India and 15 days in UK as an option because i wanted to take care of some urgent personal issues.
Sorry...i have Joined Accenture as a Partner and Managing Director. I am anchoring a project that has an India component and UK component. My wife and son will be in UK full time until Mar 2014. My son goes to a school in London and my wife is doing a part-time job in London. I am an employee of Accenture UK Plc. This is a UK based company and I will get my salary and bonus in UK. I have no earnings in India. However, because my work demands it, I will have to travel from October 2012 until March 2014 to India. I will have to spend 15 days in India and 15 days in UK every month. I become eligible for ILR on April 1st, 2013 and UK Passport on April 1st 2014. I intend to settle down in UK and live Permanently in UK after April 2014. I intend to surrender my Indian Passport and take the UK Passport. The residency requirements I am told is that I should not be away from UK more than 90 days for the final year. However, I am travelling to India for close to 180 days in the final year.
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