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reynaldogr wrote: ↑Wed Apr 25, 2018 7:53 pmThe question that still is open, is if by derivative rights would they be able to be able to ever get a PR and then afterward BC. Keep in mind that Lounes case is for dual nationals EU nationals naturalised British, applying for a 5 year Residence Card for their non ea national spouses.
Most of this forum situation is slightly different as we are seeking PR after being issue with a RC, before naturalised British. I’m just assuming, will be contradictory to allow the Lounes case and not ours, but what will be the outcome, in regards this so call “derivative Rights” I ain’t got a clue. They could just reject our applications and issue our spouses with another RC valid for 5 years and keep this status forever....
Anyone with a different opinion? I know what the Lounes case full judgment days about not given a less favorable outcome as if it was only a non-EA national spouse of EA national (only) sponsor, but this word derivative is still being mentioned...
Was that refer to A Awan? if yes, then it's mesilverman123 wrote: ↑Sat Apr 28, 2018 8:57 amHere we goooooo.
I just saw and confirmation from home office on one of queries. It says
Thank you for the email,
You will be able to stay and still be able to apply for Permanent Residence after your spouse becomes a British Citizen.
UK Visas and Immigration
silverman123 wrote: ↑Tue May 01, 2018 9:34 pm@malik 01
Then you should be happy it's a confirmation from Home Office.
By the way you have two confirmations.
Next time follow up with us and share your opinion.
Some solicitors they give you the law from a piece of paper that's all.
And yes we know that all of us having RC and we are looking for Permanent residence.
But why not the home office will not issue us one???
Something just came across my mind
Lounes will have his RC very soon.
He married in 2014.
Then he will apply for his permanent residence next year as he will complete his 5 years marriage 2019.
So he will only keep his residence card just for 1 year.
Why!!! And how !!!!???
Simply equal to the directive 2004/38
must not be stricter than those who provided by the directive 2004/38.
Maybe some of you will tell me he will has to held his residence card for 5 years. Ok, whatever
What about the Transitional agreement of 2012!!!!???
I'm sure home office will amend it otherwise lounes him self will stuck once again when he applying for his permanent residence.
Which it doesn't make any sense at all.
The judgement has ended this already.