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"The overall assessment of Ms Genc’s employment relationship makes it necessary to take into account factors relating not only to the number of working hours and the level of remuneration but also to the right to 28 days of paid leave, to the continued payment of wages in the event of sickness, and to a contract of employment which is subject to the relevant collective agreement, in conjunction with the fact that her contractual relationship with the same undertaking has lasted for almost four years.
28 Those factors are capable of constituting an indication that the professional activity in question is real and genuine.
If you have had a CSI policy that HO has accepted previously then they should be 'happy' to accept such a policy again.nemerkh wrote:In the uk since 2007. First PR refused as self employed as not enough evidence, we got a CSI from AXA, sent eea1&2 again and got it.
Now my Eea wife been emplyed for the last 2 years earning more than the MET and we dont claim any benefits, however we are finding it difficult to keep up with kids work and family hence my wife is thinking of home as self sufficient.
We are a bit hesitant as we know that bwing employed is the safest option especially these days with EU in/out around the corner.
I have heard that the UKBA is a bit picky when it comes to CSI but in case my wife seizes employment and goes for the same CSI we had initially, do you think there will be any danger in that? Not other documentatio / requirements issues otherwise. Thanks a lot.
In that case, exercising treaty rights as a qualified person in 'self-sufficient' category appears to be a viable option for your wife.nemerkh wrote:I see. We havent got any kind of benefits, not a burden to society, a shared bank account and in turn my wife has got access to more than sufficient funds to live in the UK.