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Interesting question.nemerkh wrote:Hello gurus and experts. After some advice please.
I am a nonEU family member of an EU citizen we are currently on our 2nd eea1/2. Next year my son will turn 10 years uk born.
We are due to reapply for PR august 2017.
I have received a very nice job offer in Guernsey. I have read a lot but cant get my head round their immigration laws. In the eyes of the home office, is it considered to be a separate country? In other words if we move there can we carry on our status as per normal UK or will we lose all what we achieved status wise in the UK?
See https://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/ ... ndents.pdf... an EEA national undertaking an activity in the Isle of Man or Channel Islands that would constitute exercising a Treaty right under Community law is not considered to be exercising a treaty right by virtue of the Islands not being part of the EU or the EEA