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Hello,

My 2 year UK working visa is due to expire in July, which after I plan to travel in Europe for 2 months and then return to the U.K on a new unmarried partnership visa which I am applying for now.

I was wondering how I would go about claiming any tax back that I am entitled to. I know people from the U.K that worked in Australia on a working visa and once they had left they were refunded some of the tax that they paid. I'm hoping this is the case for me.

I'm worried that me applying for the partnership visa whilst still on my current working visa may affect this process.

Any help would be greatly appreciated. Hope it makes sense

For the record, I am of Australian origin and have worked for about 18 months in the U.K

Thanks,
Dan
 

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If you are returning to live as unmarried parter after working holiday visa, then you can't claim tax rebate. When you start work again after your return to UK and you hand in your P45, your new employer will work out any tax overpaid and return it via your pay packet. You don't have to do anything.
 
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