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I believe you're referring to Regulation 9A(2):kam999 wrote: ↑Mon Jul 30, 2018 6:55 pm1) What i was trying to say, as per EEA reg latest section 9A, your wife should continue exercising treaty rights after acquiring Dual nationality (which in your case started from Jan 2018) and I was not sure where they stand at maternity leave which you now clarified.
It is very rare for a dual national who became British as an adult to be a qualified person but not a permanent resident. The normal path is2) DN who comes within the definition of “qualified person” in regulation 6(1) is only a qualified person for the purpose of these Regulations if DN—
(a) came within the definition of “qualified person” at the time of acquisition of British citizenship; and
(b) has not at any time subsequent to the acquisition of British citizenship lost the status of qualified person.
And they can only regain permanent residence as a family member! Subtle!
Received with thanks.And they can only regain permanent residence as a family member! Subtle!
You acquired PR in 2011, and I believe it is what qualified you to be naturalised. You will have not lost it, so this should cause no issue.marcsiga wrote: ↑Wed Aug 01, 2018 8:00 amI applied for BC in 2016 October and naturalised i 2017 May and received passport in 2017 June.
I came to UK in 2006 and working since then. I didnt apply for Permanent Residence Card (so I dont have one)after living/working here 10 Years applied for BC starightaway. (Now I am Hungarian-British)
Will that cause an issue when we are applying for PR for my Husband?