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EUCitizenPT wrote:EEA National- Descendant aged under 21
Documents Sent: 24/02/2017 (Royal Mail- Special Delivry Guaranteed)
Documents Received: 27/02/2017 (Signed by P Davison)
Payment Taken: 28/02/2017 (Debit Card)
Confirmation Email Received:...
Documents Requested Back:...
Document Certifying Permanent Residence Dated: Waiting...
DCPR Received: Waiting...
Hi vincevega,vincevega wrote:Update : Refusal received.vincevega wrote:Seems like I'm waiting much longer than the rest on here... but here goes:
Non-EEA / Retained Rights of Residence
Application and doc sent :29-06-2016
Application and doc received by HO: 30-06-2016
Payment taken : week later
Biometric letter (non EEA) : 17-08-2016
Biometric done : 19-08-2016
COA : 22/08/2016
Passports requested back: N/A
PR Approved / Rejected : ...waiting
Under Article 10 of Directive 2004/38 EC and Regulation 17 of the EEA Regulations (2006), the SSHD must issue the permanent residence card no later than six months after the application and the documents are received. My application has been submitted more than six months ago and a letter has been sent recorded to Home Office to remind them of this.
For those interested in Kuldip Singh, it seems caseworker guidance still does not reflect the ECJ Kuldip Sing Ruling. Therefore a rejection because EEA national left the UK before divorce proceedings were FINAL (absolute) but AFTER divorce proceedings began. Which means it's still a convenient way for a disgruntled ex to sabotage and blackmail their former partner - just by making sure they were out of the country or not working on the DAY the Decree Absolute is declared, resulting that the Non EEA spouse loses his/her retained rights of residence.
Hi niceart,niceart wrote:Btw, I have submitted the online form, but there was no signature place on the form, do you guys signed under the I am the applicant part in the last page? bit worried now..