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Divorced then Retention of Rights, PR and then citizenship

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Divorced then Retention of Rights, PR and then citizenship

Post by dz_nostalgia » Sat Mar 19, 2011 11:25 pm

hi

I had my PR in Oct 2010 through retention of rights after being married to an EEA national, we've been married for 4 years when we got divorced.

i would like to apply for BC in Sep 2011 but i have few questions:

-since i had PR without doing the full 5 years with the eea national how can i prove that in the form? is there a concept of Retention of rights in the form?

-will they need evidence of my ex's exercising treaty rights even though i have sent all of that when applying and since then i have been granted PR isnt that proof enough?


-which 5 years are they talking about in the form: 5 years P60s including the years spent in PR or 5 years from the day i got married (basically forward or backward timeline?)


i really appreciate your advice.

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Post by geriatrix » Sun Mar 20, 2011 8:07 am

Please continue in your previous topic.
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