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lilalemaria3
lilalemaria3 Community member Posts: 8 Listener

Hello i have my autistic child of 6 yold and i am single mother as well. I have dla, carer and universal.i took my girl in ireland up to one month because i know that you have to tell if u go aboard if is more than one month. Normally was fir a week but she got sick and i couldn t travel soon so i stick there at my friends and as well trying to give her a better time ,so was a month totally. After 2 weeks of uk , again she had school holiday and i took her again for 2 weeks to make her happy ,mostly that the tickets weren t expensive . So my question is , you think that i am gonna have troubles with uc? I knew that a holiday doesn t have to exceed 28 days , but in fact you re allowed 28 per year. ? ... i do care about my girl and i want her to take her to ireland to visit my friends because there is a seaside as well, and sometimes i have to offer her nice experiences and getting her used to travelling and stressfull situation as air plane so she can get used with life. You think they understand or maybe they cut my help?

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