I am filling out a UK student visa application, and it asks for my "country of permanent residence," but it does not provide a definition for this term.
I currently reside outside of my country of citizenship on a "temporary residence permit", which will expire before I leave the UK. However, I am eligible to extend this permit to a date later than when I will be departing the UK. Furthermore, I am eligible to apply for citizenship by registration in my current country of residence, although I have not yet done so. I have no home address in my country of citizenship.
Can I declare my current country of residence as my "country of permanent residence" and apply from here, or will I have problems (given that my visa expires before my date of departure from the UK)? I can explain on the application that the visa can be renewed beyond the date that I will be departing the UK, that I am eligible for citizenship here, etc...
A similar question was asked: What is my 'permanent residence address' when I have no 'permanent' residency anywhere in the world and no place in my home country? but refers to general legal documents and banking, rather than UK-specific visa definitions & regulations.