Vorona wrote: ↑
Mon Feb 22, 2021 2:14 pm
Yes. Your current permission was given to you to live with your EU husband or wife. As you've divorced, your permission is not valid anymore and you need to get a separate permission.
You must inform the citizenship about your divorce as well.
The first part is not correct.
Under EU Treaty Rights, once the EU national and their non-EU spouse both have exercised 5 years of EU Treaty Rights in the host country, they both earn permanent residency on their own rights
After they obtained permanent residency, if they eventually get separated or divorced, or if one person passed away, or if either person stopped working, it will not affect either person's the permanent residency. The host country's authority under the legislation cannot require either party to produce further proof other than the permanent residence card or certificate, regardless of their marital status, employment status etc. However, it is still advisable to inform the EU Treaty Rights unit about the change, just so that they have it on the record.
The second part is correct. You must inform citizenship department if the application is still in progress.