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Hi i Guys

 

Just a quick one but its complicated.

 

Friend of mine is Brazilian, Married in Ireland to a Polish Husband. (Both Men)

Is over here under the marriagei but they are divorcing. Been here just under 3 years. Checked GOV and its not clear in this situation.

 

Any ideas?

 

He wants to stay here in the UK


 

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If you look at the ever helpful gov website under EU and derivitiave rights.

 

The eligibility period is 3 years (total relationship) so that should be straightforward enough.

 

https://www.gov.uk/derivative-right-residence/eligibility


In England advise is a verb (a doing word) advise/advising/advised, advice is a noun. I might ask for advice or give advice.

 

The same with license (verb) license/licensing/licensed, but one would have a driving licence (noun).

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If you look at the ever helpful gov website under EU and derivitiave rights.

 

The eligibility period is 3 years (total relationship) so that should be straightforward enough.

 

https://www.gov.uk/derivative-right-residence/eligibility

 

Thank you but they arent a carer for someone. So not sure this applies or am I missing something?


 

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Thank you but they arent a carer for someone. So not sure this applies or am I missing something?

sorry, long day... "retained rights of residence" is what I should have written


In England advise is a verb (a doing word) advise/advising/advised, advice is a noun. I might ask for advice or give advice.

 

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sorry, long day... "retained rights of residence" is what I should have written

 

Thank you very much ☺


 

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