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Hello and thank you for allowing me to assist you.
You are not limited as long as you do not have a residence in the UK. You do not work and would not have a tax responsibility.
You are likely to be treated as not resident in the UK for Income Tax or Capital Gains Tax purposes in the tax year if:
you did not spend more than 45 days in the UK and were not resident in the UK in any of the three previous tax years
you did not spend more than 15 days in the UK and were resident in the UK in one or more of the three previous tax years
you are working full-time overseas o you spend fewer than 91 days in the UK o you do not work in the UK for three hours or more on more than 30 days
That is correct. If you were to have a residence yourself in the UK then your husband could be seen as having a residence there too. That could jeopardize his status as non resident. If you are just visiting then no problem.
As he works abroad full-time (averaging at least 35 hours a week) and spend fewer than 91 days in the UK, of which no more than 30 were spent working then he could still be a non resident.
For your longer visits yes.
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