I understand that you must work for 5 years in the UK to be granted ILR, however if for example, you work for 2 years in the UK on tier 2 and then switch to do tier 4 for 1 year in the UK to study a masters and then switch back to tier 2 to work for another 3 years, will that classify as being employed for 5 years or do the 5 years need to be continuous? Just to be clear, you would remain in the UK the whole time.
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