UK Immigration Law
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1. At the outset, you have a 60 days grace period from the date of curtailment of your employment within which to apply for a change of employer or else to leave the UK. The date of curtailment is taken to be the date upon which your employment ceases. Accordingly, the 60 day grace period does not run right away but starts upon completion of your one month notice period with your employer. Additionally, so long as your file a notice of change of employer within the 60 day grace period, you can remain in the UK until that application is decided upon. However, during this period when your 60 grace period has expired but your change of employer application has not been decided, you will not be able to travel outside the UK, as you will not get back in as you don't have a valid visa. You merely can stay within the UK. However, during the 60 day grace period you can travel outside THE UK. However, during the 60 day grace period you will be able to travel outside the UK as you will have a valid visa for re-entry.
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