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There's no fixed rule. An often stated rule of thumb is that if -- averaged over several visits -- you're spending more time outside the UK than in, you probably won't be considered to be living in the UK through frequent or successive visits. But it's really always a concrete judgement based on both your travel history and your answers when you're asked ...


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There's no fixed rule, unlike say the Schengen Area. However, you must convince the entry clearance officer that you are not intending to "live in the UK by repeat visits". Common wisdom is that this means you should spend as much time out of the UK as you do in it, but again this isn't a hard and fast rule. If you have a good reason to visit again, and can ...


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You should not run into any issues. Your reasons for traveling are valid and totally covered under the ESTA program. I would just take the precaution of bringing along documents that prove your itineraries (your stays in NY, Toronto, Vancouver, LA, and LV) along with a return flight home. This will just show the border guard that you are genuinely ...


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There is no such rule for the UK. Immigration Rule V4.2 states “The applicant must satisfy the decision maker that they are a genuine visitor. This means that the applicant: (a) will leave the UK at the end of their visit; and (b) will not live in the UK for extended periods through frequent or successive visits, or make the UK their main home https://www....


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It means maximum 6 months per entry. It means Nothing more. It means Nothing less. There’s no December January in this. Everytime you are granted entry and if the stamp says 6 months then you can stay for 6 months. Then you have to leave. You can again come back after that and be granted another 6 months if they decide to admit you again. However that’...


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If the next trip is for a similar duration (or fits within the period you were originally admitted for), there is no reason you would need to stay away for any particular period of time. What's not allowed in tourist status is to try to live in the US, but two short visits do not add up to that no matter how close they are to each other. You'd be allowed ...


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