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Naturalisation as an EU citizen - returning EEA2 Residence CArd

hi all

my civil partner has recently naturalized as an irish citizen and now has an irish passport. he was in the UK under the EEA regs and had (/still has) a UK residence card issued under the...
May 6th 2018, 5:49 pm
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Posted By chaoclive

Re: TB CERT: EEA Family Permit: Philippines

She was hoping to find another, more up to date link that states that it's not necessary to have a TB cert. Or perhaps to get some firsthand experience of dealing with this issue.

If they don't...
May 5th 2018, 8:03 pm
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Posted By chaoclive

TB CERT: EEA Family Permit: Philippines

Hi

Has anyone applied for an EEA family permit from the Philippines recently? A friend of mine will apply soon and she wants to confirm that a TB cert is NOT needed.

This site:...
Apr 12th 2018, 9:58 pm
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Posted By chaoclive

Re: Relocation to Sligo

I don't know the answers either. Perhaps consider posting on: www.immigrationboards.com.

Have you heard of the Sunrinder Singh route? Look it up on Google. You may be able to use this route to...
Jan 14th 2018, 8:43 pm
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Posted By chaoclive

Re: Irish financial requirement for nonEU spouse

You might get more answers on another site: http://www.immigrationboards.com.
Forum: Philippines
Nov 25th 2017, 9:22 am
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Posted By chaoclive

Re: Same-sex marriage and civil partnership in the Philippines

[QUOTE=SanDiegogirl;12388694]You can't marry at the British Embassy.

The Embassy can provide affidavits and affirmations for marriage to take place.
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Forum: Philippines
Nov 24th 2017, 10:09 pm
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Posted By chaoclive

Same-sex marriage and civil partnership in the Philippines

hi there

i am writing on behalf of a mate.

she is a british citizen who is dating a female filipino citizen. they want to get married and them move back to northern ireland. there are a few...
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Posted By chaoclive

Re: Benefits of British Citizen moving from Hong kong to UK

If you had 'chosen' the right spelling, you wouldn't have been corrected on it, would you?
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Posted By chaoclive

Re: Brit citizen with Australian civil partner

You guys could always consider the Surinder Singh route: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Surinder_Singh_route
What is the "Surinder Singh" Route (and why is it awesome)? | 연국사람...
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Posted By chaoclive

Re: Surrender Singh route (permanent residence)

you might want to try asking here: Immigrationboards.com • Immigrationboards.com (http://www.immigrationboards.com)
there's an EEA Route section
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Posted By chaoclive

Re: Surinder Singh

There is a load of information also available on this website: Immigrationboards.com • Immigrationboards.com (http://www.immigrationboards.com) re: SS.
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Posted By chaoclive

Re: Can i get visitor visa for uk from india

Unnecessary, unhelpful & insulting.

Well done SanDiegogirl...glad to see you haven't changed!
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Posted By chaoclive

Re: Moving to northern Ireland with American Husband and baby

Quoted from above:
"an Irish citizen living in Northern Ireland never having owned a British passport,"
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Posted By chaoclive

Re: Moving to northern Ireland with American Husband and baby

You can do it from anywhere. I did mine when I was in the UK on a short holiday before returning to China (where we were living). I didn't provide my Irish passport as I needed it to travel back to...
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Posted By chaoclive

Re: Moving to northern Ireland with American Husband and baby

It is an option and it's exactly what I did last year. The renunciation certificate took about 2.5 months to come through and my civil partner now has a UK issued residence card. We live in Belfast....
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Posted By chaoclive

Re: Moving to northern Ireland with American Husband and baby

Not sure that this is going to wash with the British Embassy. If you were born in Northern Ireland to an Irish or a British parent, you are also, like it or not, a British citizen.

You could try...
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Posted By chaoclive

Re: Hungary

No;there isn't a language test until your spouse would come to apply for British citizenship (if they wish to do so, that is). At this stage they should pass an English test at B1/B2/C1/C2 of the...
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Posted By chaoclive

Re: Moving to northern Ireland with American Husband and baby

If you were born in NI, you are probably a dual British/Irish citizen. See here for the section on: "EUN2.16 Can family members of dual British / Irish nationals qualify for an EEA family permit?":...
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Posted By chaoclive

Re: Moving to northern Ireland with American Husband and baby

Haha. You might just be right. The problem is that his confusion about his own situation doesn't really enable anyone else to help him!
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Posted By chaoclive

Re: Moving to northern Ireland with American Husband and baby

You might want to keep up to date with the law and check out the right places.

If you are talking about the UK spouse visa, which is called "family of a settled person’ visa", see here for the...
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Posted By chaoclive

Re: Moving to northern Ireland with American Husband and baby

There is a wealth of information on the Immigration Boards website, where lots of people are discussing the issue of dual British/other citizens moving back to the UK with their family members.
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Posted By chaoclive

Re: Moving to northern Ireland with American Husband and baby

My post (#5) clearly laid out the options to which I was referring:
"Default Re: Moving to northern Ireland with American Husband and baby
Other options (which may or may not suit you):
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