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Old Feb 20th 2020, 11:38 am
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Advice NI are incorrect on several points. I can’t do more than give you the actual legislation to read yourself.
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Old Feb 20th 2020, 8:37 pm
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Advice NI are incorrect on several points. I can’t do more than give you the actual legislation to read yourself.
So perhaps im over complicating this, have got a lot of things spinning around my head recently. Are you saying that basically the UK government are continuing this route under UK law, which would extend this possibility to March 2022 and the feedback I am receiving is related to the "EU Settlement Scheme" finishing at the end of 2020 for Surinder Singh applications. Simply put we could still do a Surinder Singh style application, but would be under UK law as opposed to EU law?

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Old Feb 23rd 2020, 12:31 pm
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So perhaps im over complicating this, have got a lot of things spinning around my head recently. Are you saying that basically the UK government are continuing this route under UK law, which would extend this possibility to March 2022 and the feedback I am receiving is related to the "EU Settlement Scheme" finishing at the end of 2020 for Surinder Singh applications. Simply put we could still do a Surinder Singh style application, but would be under UK law as opposed to EU law?
Correct.
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