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Hi Everyone, Need help one this question.

"Please list all countries, including all countries of citizenship, you have lived in for a total of 12 months or more in the last 10 years. Include all countries where your stay has been broken by any departures. Use the last entry to include the country in which you are currently living but leave the "To" field blank."

Should I include the stay for my home country also. Like till 2012 I live in my home country and after that moved to Dubai for the last 6 years but after one year on annual leave I went back to home country for one month, so should I put all the details including my home country stay and all arrival and departure dates.

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Just list all countries that you are a citizen of and all countries that you have lived in for a total of 12 months in the last 10 years, even if you have not done a straight 12 months. If you have lived in a country on and off for at least 12 months in the past 10 years you must specify that also.

The last entry on your list should be the country you are living in now with just a start date (as you have no end date if you are living there now).
Don't make it complicated. The process is hard enough.

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