We are using different ISA providers for each of our target countries, so the mechanisms of the ISAs are slightly different.

Generally speaking, you have nothing to pay for the first 11 months from the day you start the programme (ie nothing to pay while you are studying and nothing to pay if you get a residency - unless you want to).

Irrespective of the timeframe, you will not have to pay unless you are paid more than your payment threshold - which is the minimum amount you need to earn.  Equally you ISA expired automatically if you do not get paid more than the payment threshold for 60 months. 

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