So, those with an uncurtailed (what's the right word?) right to reside under the EEA Regulations are not exempt from immigration control and are not subject to immigration control.vinny wrote:There's also an exception in Long residence cases, where the directions instructs caseworkers to apply discretion:
However, you must apply discretion and count time spent in the UK as lawful residence for an EU or EEA national or their family members exercising their treaty rights to reside in the UK.
It would seem that someone with a right to enter under the EEA Regulations may be given leave to remain outside the rules.
None of this is relevant to eligibility for FLR(M).