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Thank you for your patience. You will not have issues coming in as you have a valid BRP however if you intend to renew you will have major issues because you will have exceeded permitted absences and without your employer's authority.
Any follow up please do not hesitate to send your message. I am always glad to clarify anything and to guide further should you return for further input. All the best.
Your information says your employer does not know you are working remotely though and would not have filed the relevant tax paperwork with HMRC to reflect you were working from abroad. If your employer treats this as gross misconduct and therefore not authorised absence they would have to advise the UKVI and your visa would be curtailed. If your remote working was authorised then you will be fine because it will not be an absence.
No, if they ask at the airport you say you were working remotely due to covid. They do not deal with tax issues at the border and they would only make an issue if your employer has found out you are working outside without authority and notified them.
Hi, you are really asking the same question that I have answered but differently. Home office does keep a record of your answers yes and they can refer to that in future and where there is contradiction they will accuse you of deception. I am not sure what you mean by travel before 180 days because your 180 days are counted in a rolling 12 months and therefore you will have breached this having been away for 5 months
Not to worry, it matters at extension stage too as well as ILR.
Good evening, I will respond to the first question and the answer is when your current visa lapses and you want to get a new brp - therefore an extension. Excessive absences which exceed what is permitted under current visa conditions will normally lead to a refusal. On your second question is you can log a separate thread for our tax experts that would be best for you.