European enquiries contact centre

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Re: European enquiries contact centre

Postby chaoclive » Wed Mar 26, 2014 4:29 pm

I would still recommend you only to mention his Dutch nationality in any dealing with the Home Office. If you're not sure about the situation then you must be careful. It's better to know in advance.

You don't need to keep the CSI after he is formally working. Don't worry. That wouldn't be an issue.

You might want to try to recall how you filled in the application form etc. Don't worry though. You won't lose your right to live in the UK as long as he is working there.
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Re: European enquiries contact centre

Postby Careyleeuk1118 » Wed Mar 26, 2014 5:03 pm

chaoclive wrote:I would still recommend you only to mention his Dutch nationality in any dealing with the Home Office. If you're not sure about the situation then you must be careful. It's better to know in advance.

You don't need to keep the CSI after he is formally working. Don't worry. That wouldn't be an issue.

You might want to try to recall how you filled in the application form etc. Don't worry though. You won't lose your right to live in the UK as long as he is working there.




I am not afraid about the right to living here now, I am only worried about my PR, could I get a PR?
I don't plan to get a Job, may start a bussiness next year or just be a salf-sufficient.
Does it effect I get my PR?
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Re: European enquiries contact centre

Postby chaoclive » Wed Mar 26, 2014 5:23 pm

What you do is of no interest to the Home Office. The only thing that you need to prove is that your husband is exercising treaty rights in the UK for 5 years continuously.

You know that PR is not really permanent right!? If you stay outside the UK for 2 years you will lose your PR.
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Re: European enquiries contact centre

Postby Careyleeuk1118 » Wed Mar 26, 2014 5:41 pm

chaoclive wrote:What you do is of no interest to the Home Office. The only thing that you need to prove is that your husband is exercising treaty rights in the UK for 5 years continuously.

You know that PR is not really permanent right!? If you stay outside the UK for 2 years you will lose your PR.



Great, I hope he could like his job more.
Anyway thanks a lot.
I just called to book a appointment about national insurance.
Do you know how it works as a landlord?
Does a landlord need to pay national insurance fee?
Do you know anything about it?
I will try to read the government website too.
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Re: European enquiries contact centre

Postby chaoclive » Wed Mar 26, 2014 5:56 pm

National insurance is not paid on rental. However, you should know that rental income counts as taxable income. Tax is not the same as national insurance.

Not sure about anything else. Sorry. Get your husband involved in helping with your information search too!
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Re: European enquiries contact centre

Postby Careyleeuk1118 » Thu Mar 27, 2014 9:20 am

chaoclive wrote:National insurance is not paid on rental. However, you should know that rental income counts as taxable income. Tax is not the same as national insurance.

Not sure about anything else. Sorry. Get your husband involved in helping with your information search too!



Thank you.
I will do, but he probable doesn't understand it.
I did google it, someone said have to pay, someone said no.
I e-mail my tax adviser, he didn't answer yet.
Hope anyone knows could tell me.

By the way about emergency tax, my tax adviser told me that I don't need to pay it.
I couldn't understand what he said, will check later.

And I e-mail a Deputy Chief Caseworker
UK Visas & Immigration
European Casework
Home Office
She answer me, that my husband could cancel his private insurance, but she didn't tell me that I can cancel it.
My husband told me should not cancel mine, just in case.
I read lots of people because they didn't buy this insurance and couldn't get PR.
It is not very interesting, if waiting for 5 years and can't get it.
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Re: European enquiries contact centre

Postby askmeplz82 » Thu Mar 27, 2014 11:19 pm

Careyleeuk1118

Please post one time. not in every single thread.
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Re: European enquiries contact centre

Postby nqtneedhelp » Wed Apr 16, 2014 4:54 pm

Hello, I am new to the forum and immigration issues.

Could you please advise me. I need to fill in the form EEA2 for my non EU partner and tried to call UKBA office for help as I don't want to make mistakes. They never answer the phone!

Where do I go for help? Who do you ask guys?

The form is pretty straightforward I only need to clarify a few things but can't talk to any officer.

What should I do?
Thanks
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Re: European enquiries contact centre

Postby chaoclive » Wed Apr 16, 2014 5:47 pm

it's super difficult to get to talk to them!

Most people probably email them on the European Operational Policy email (I don't have the address to hand but if you type the words above into google it should come out). Alternatively you could post your queries on this forum. It would be an idea to open your own thread with a suitable title.
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Re: European enquiries contact centre

Postby nqtneedhelp » Wed Apr 16, 2014 6:58 pm

Thanks for you reply chaoclive, very helpful.
I will find that email address and email them tonight.

As for posting my queries here yes I have done it in a new thread but no many answers yet. Maybe I have to wait or open another one.
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Re: European enquiries contact centre

Postby sknen » Mon May 19, 2014 9:47 am

Any updates on which phone numbers I could try to phone to? I have tried the ones mentioned in this thread earlier, but when I phone them, all I get is a message saying the number is no longer in use. I'm trying to get our documents returned and it seems to be taking a long time, so wanted to ask about them.
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Re: European enquiries contact centre

Postby spankitee » Thu Jun 05, 2014 4:17 pm

You wont be able to find the European Enquiries number on their website again.
As of June 2014, all the relevant contact numbers have disappeared.
Not to worry, this is the European Enquiries number.
0300 123 2253 option 2
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Re: European enquiries contact centre

Postby chaoclive » Thu Jun 05, 2014 5:24 pm

This used to work too: "EuropeanOperational"<europeanoperational@homeoffice.gsi.gov.uk>

Not sure about now though.
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Re: European enquiries contact centre

Postby miryferny » Fri Nov 21, 2014 10:32 pm

Does anyone hv contact number of this address? Or just a number for complain or customer service operations?

NWEURO5
Dept 56
UKVI
Capital Buiding
New Hall Place
Liverpool
L3 9PP

Thanks
EEA1 & EEA2 sent: 25/04/13
Received by UKBA: 26/04/13
COA (with right to work): 02/05/13
PP return request: 31/05/13
PP returned : 07/06/13
EEA1 & EEA2 : 22/06/13 (issued 17/06/13)
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Re: European enquiries contact centre

Postby zahori1311 » Mon Nov 24, 2014 1:19 pm

Hi.
Does anybody knows if there is any other mail where I could contact them? I guess that if we call, they'll want to talk to my partner because he is the non national, but his english is pretty bad and he would prefer to mail them. If I call them, will they give me any information?
Thanks!
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Re: European enquiries contact centre

Postby fasi2530 » Wed Jun 17, 2015 7:54 am

Hi

I got email today that my passport will return to the visa application center today so hopefully tomorrow i will get my passport. I just wanted to confirm that I only got 1 email from home office is that I did not get visa. as I follow the forums and many people says who got 2 emails from home office they got the visa, very tensed any idea .

regards

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