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I really need your help guys. Thanks a million for this
I am an Indian citizen married with eu spouse and have step daughter and we got married in Ireland after stamp 4,i have been working full time assistant manger at supermacs our daughter going school and problem is that my wife only worked 11months in this country after that she is looking after child her study, home and child wellbeing. My eufam stamp 4. Finishing next year and we have now private health insurance j and we have medical card didn't know before when applied and she is not burden on social department not taking any benefit accept child benefit and have joint account as I am full time working and supporting my family.
Next year my eufam stamp 4" is going finish
Please guide me being a house wife will effect her eu treaty rights because someone has to look after child
Pleas guide me what is next step should I take to get eu 3 permanent residence will they issue me next 5yeat visa what will I need to line up documents
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newmee wrote: ↑
Sat Sep 08, 2018 7:43 pm
arz1986 wrote: ↑
Fri Aug 24, 2018 2:09 pm
\Sorry to hear that, I my mother case, our EU treaty right application refused and then review refused but deportation order never come. Our case transfer to repatriation unit.
So didn't you take the case to court? Our solicitor says they waiting to hear from their barrister about our case to get back to them and that the court opens back on the 12th of Sept.
And repatriation unit and court for judicial review which is much better and faster ????
R u sure court open back on 12 Sep ?
As my knowledge court should be open after first week of June and they will close some time in September. U should visit citizen information and confirm this some time solicitor misled u.
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@Finepaddy you are replying on a post of Sept 2018. Courts are open still in June 2019