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Feb 19th 2017, 9:03 pm
Feb 19th 2017, 8:53 pm
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Re: EU citizens 'denied residency documents'

That is for those who have lived in the UK lawfully for 10 years.

However, if one of this guys parents were an EEA citizen exercising treaty rights and in the UK lawfully from when he arrived for...
Feb 19th 2017, 8:22 pm
Replies: 75
Views: 7,387
Posted By formula

Re: EU citizens 'denied residency documents'

I'm not the one who is confused: it's the EEA citizens using treaty rights who didn't follow the EU Directive to be allowed to live in another EEA country lawfully. :pThe UK enforced that Directive...
Feb 19th 2017, 8:03 pm
Replies: 75
Views: 7,387
Posted By formula

Re: EU citizens 'denied residency documents'

Litlle known? It's been part of the EU Directive for over 12 years!
Replies: 9
Views: 3,696
Posted By formula

Re: Surinder Singh Refusal to Issue a Residence Card

They seem to be dealing with these appeals quite quickly. Check that your wife will not be an overstayer if she remains in the UK while awaiting an appeal as the EU does not offer status protection....
Replies: 9
Views: 3,696
Posted By formula

Re: Surinder Singh Refusal to Issue a Residence Card

I posted these new rules for Surinder Singh and the new Immigration Rules, on BritishExpatsps on 8th November as they were not being discussed on here....
Replies: 1,465
Views: 311,473
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Re: My experience of going the Surinder Singh route so far

Thank goodness for the written word. If you look at my post 1135, you will see what part of Brits claim I was answering.

Quite how that ended up with the claim that CJ2015 was told her children...
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Views: 311,473
Posted By formula

Re: My experience of going the Surinder Singh route so far

So you made it up that she had been told her children could be stripped of their British citizenship.:ohmy: That's why I said it was strange as they didn't have British citizenship yet to be stripped...
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Views: 311,473
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Re: My experience of going the Surinder Singh route so far

It's the EU that is causing these high figures. Most of the UK visas that lead to settlement have been shut down or tightened from 2010 and work visas from outside the UK limited to just 20,700. The...
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Views: 311,473
Posted By formula

Re: My experience of going the Surinder Singh route so far

ernmm did you miss all the yet more changes to the immigration rules that I posted last month? Or any of the previous changes that began in 2010?

Or all the changes for those trying to use EU...
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Views: 311,473
Posted By formula

Re: My experience of going the Surinder Singh route so far

I have just looked back on your posts and see that it is your children that don't have British citizenship and have Irish RCs. You are all Canadain citizens and you are British by descent.

Has...
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Views: 311,473
Posted By formula

Re: My experience of going the Surinder Singh route so far

The highest court in the EU. the CJEU, had already assured EEA countries that their citizens could not use Singh to avoid their own immigratiion rules, this is why they have been able to refuse...
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Views: 311,473
Posted By formula

Re: My experience of going the Surinder Singh route so far

An RC given to a non-EEA citizen in one country, does not allow the holder to live in another EEA country.
Dec 2nd 2016, 5:28 pm
Replies: 5
Views: 1,598
Posted By formula

Re: Brexit and returning with EU spouse

You're welcome.



No, you still need to meet one of the financial requirement catagories to be able to sponsor, such as you having an £18,600 income or savings of £62,500(?). Have a read of the...
Replies: 12
Views: 817
Posted By formula

Re: Help needed. Which Visa application form?

You can't sponsor her. She will need to find a university to sponsor her on a Tier 4 visa and apply for that visa from the US. That visa doesn't lead to settlement in the UK....
Replies: 46
Views: 3,318
Posted By formula

Re: Whoops! Public funds?

Dishonesty certainly isn't anymore!

With UKVI now checking their previous history, there are pages of posts from those who have been accused of deception for a previous visa they got. Mainly they...
Dec 2nd 2016, 4:06 pm
Replies: 5
Views: 1,598
Posted By formula

Re: Brexit and returning with EU spouse

PR would need at least 5 years of EU rules in the UK after she enters in 2018 and even PR is EU law. It is doubtful there willl be EU laws in the UK in 2023 with a Brexit looming. She would have to...
Forum: Spain
Dec 1st 2016, 2:50 pm
Replies: 33
Views: 2,439
Posted By formula

Re: SNP pledges to protect triple lock for UK expats in EU post-Brexit

And then some

10 billion financial black hole in 2014.
Independence Day: Scotland would have faced ‘£10bn black hole’ - The Scotsman...
Replies: 46
Views: 3,318
Posted By formula

Re: Whoops! Public funds?

The government guidance on taking public funds is quite clear, that if it is an administrative error then this is not a reason to deny a visa. That doesn't mean they get to keep the money though:lol:...
Replies: 10
Views: 1,589
Posted By formula

Re: flr even though reached the £18600 still seem to have a big problem

It's often better to read the rules yourself than rely on what someone told you. Your wife is allowed to work in the UK and can use her salary to meet the requirement for her next visa.
You can read...
Replies: 7
Views: 1,320
Posted By formula

Re: New Guidance document for SS route........

As being discussed on other forums, those already in the UK on an RC, will have to see what is going to happen under the Great Repeal bill on a Brexit. Putting the Directives into UK law via this...
Replies: 7
Views: 1,320
Posted By formula

Re: New Guidance document for SS route........

It is much too late to be dicussing these changes now as this all started on 25 November!

We knew this Singh "fraud" was ending ages ago after if was ruled on by the highest court in the EU, to...
Replies: 11
Views: 1,213
Posted By formula

Re: Fiance/Spouse or Surinder Singh route

Especailly as ages ago, the highest court in the EU assured EEA countries that their citizens could not abuse the Singh route to avoid their immigration rules for their non-EEA spouse. Then,...
Replies: 7
Views: 1,320
Posted By formula

Re: New Guidance document for SS route........

Some EEA countires don't recognise unmarried partners for free movement. In the UK they do, but AFAIK, they have always been EFMs (Extended Family Members).

EFM don't get a right of appeal if...
Replies: 7
Views: 1,320
Posted By formula

Smile Re: New Guidance document for SS route........

I already have when I posted that link - and all the other details about these Singh changes that have been out for a few weeks now.:lol:
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