If admission onto the ESOL course requires someone to have been ordinarily domiciled, then she might have to meet that requirement before she can be admitted.
Your spouse can apply with your 16 hrs employment.
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NO, not very slowly as you claimed, issuing decision within 1 week to 2 months for most of the applications made on the FLR m forms is considered very slowly in your interpretation? As compared 9 months waiting period for EEA application?EUsmileWEallsmile wrote:
People who acquired residency on the basis of Zambrano ruling have right to full access of benefit.daniel500 wrote:Is the zambrano ruling and the IBC 2005 the same in respect of their entitlements and benefit in the country?Can anyone shed more light on that for me pls?
There is no legal basis for that. The CJEU might have a different opinion thoughmam2 wrote:This is because the children are citizens of the country their parents have been given right to stay.
I do not see the legality in that in the HO's position, it's like setting prejudice towards this people it's nor fair.Jambo wrote: Further to that, the HO position is that it will also not lead to ILR under 10 years long residency (under the UK immigration rules).