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Sat Feb 08, 2020 2:45 pm
Members of Zambrano derivative carers on 2.5 leave to remain.
Please read this which would assure you of your application under EEA REGULATIONS or EU Settlement Scheme
EEA Regs DERIVATIVE RIGHT OF RESIDENCE
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16. Derivative right to reside of the The Immigration (European Economic Area) Regulations 2016
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15A. No right of permanent residence for admissions after EU exit
17. Issue of registration certificate
Derivative right to reside
16.—(1) A person has a derivative right to reside during any period in which the person—
(a)is not an exempt person; and
(b)satisfies each of the criteria in one or more of paragraphs (2) to (6).
(2) The criteria in this paragraph are that—
(a)the person is the primary carer of an EEA national; and
(b)the EEA national—
(i)is under the age of 18;
(ii)resides in the United Kingdom as a self-sufficient person; and
(iii)would be unable to remain in the United Kingdom if the person left the United Kingdom for an indefinite period.
(3) The criteria in this paragraph are that—
(a)any of the person’s parents (“PP”) is an EEA national who resides or has resided in the United Kingdom;
(b)both the person and PP reside or have resided in the United Kingdom at the same time, and during such a period of residence, PP has been a worker in the United Kingdom; and
(c)the person is in education in the United Kingdom.
(4) The criteria in this paragraph are that—
(a)the person is the primary carer of a person satisfying the criteria in paragraph (3) (“PPP”); and
(b)PPP would be unable to continue to be educated in the United Kingdom if the person left the United Kingdom for an indefinite period.
(5) The criteria in this paragraph are that—
(a)the person is the primary carer of a British citizen (“BC”);
(b)BC is residing in the United Kingdom; and
(c)BC would be unable to reside in the United Kingdom or in another EEA State if the person left the United Kingdom for an indefinite period.
(6) The criteria in this paragraph are that—
(a)the person is under the age of 18;
(b)the person does not have leave to enter, or remain in, the United Kingdom under the 1971 Act (but see paragraph (7A));
(c)the person’s primary carer is entitled to a derivative right to reside in the United Kingdom under paragraph (2), (4) or (5); and
(d)the primary carer would be prevented from residing in the United Kingdom if the person left the United Kingdom for an indefinite period.
(7) In this regulation—
(a)“education” excludes nursery education but does not exclude education received before the compulsory school age where that education is equivalent to the education received at or after the compulsory school age;
(b)“worker” does not include a jobseeker or a person treated as a worker under regulation 6(2);
(c)an “exempt person” is a person—
(i)who has a right to reside under another provision of these Regulations;
(ii)who has the right of abode under section 2 of the 1971 Act(1);
(iii)to whom section 8 of the 1971 Act(2), or an order made under subsection (2) of that section(3), applies; or
(iv)who has indefinite leave to enter or remain in the United Kingdom (but see paragraph (7A)).
((7A) Leave to enter, or remain in, the United Kingdom under the 1971 Act which has been granted by virtue of Appendix EU to the immigration rules is not to be treated as leave for the purposes of paragraph (6)(b) or (7)(c)(iv).
(8) A person is the “primary carer” of another person (“AP”) if—
(a)the person is a direct relative or a legal guardian of AP; and
(i)the person has primary responsibility for AP’s care; or
(ii)shares equally the responsibility for AP’s care with one other person *.
(9) In paragraph (2)(b)(iii), (4)(b) or (5)(c), if the role of primary carer is shared with another person in accordance with paragraph (8)(b)(ii), the words “the person” are to be read as “both primary carers”.
(10) Paragraph (9) does not apply if the person with whom care responsibility is shared acquired a derivative right to reside in the United Kingdom as a result of this regulation prior to the other person’s assumption of equal care responsibility.
(11) A person is not be regarded as having responsibility for another person’s care for the purpose of paragraph (8) on the sole basis of a financial contribution towards that person’s care.
(12) A person does not have a derivative right to reside where the Secretary of State or an immigration officer has made a decision under regulation 23(6)(b), 24(1), 25(1), 26(3) or 31(1), unless that decision is set aside or otherwise no longer has effect.
My point is on 7A paragraph (6)(b) or (7)(c)(iv).[/color][/color]
This is to assure you that Home Office has no right to refuse anyone applying for Zambrano and had already held leave to remain