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Advice on EEA2 pemit for Aussie married to Polish living in UK


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Old 16th May 2011, 10:09 PM
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Hi,

I am Australian and married to a Polish man who is self employed. We have a 2 year old son who was born in the UK. I applied for an EEA2 permit in December 2009 and in May 2010 it came back refused on the grounds that I did not provide enough evidence of my husbands self employment records and that we had also spent some time out of the country (3 months in early 2009) and therefore he was not excercising his treaty rights.

I then returned home to Australia in May 2009 after my application was unsucessful and have only just flew back into the Uk in March 2011 to try and repeat the process. Given I already have been refused I am reluctant to reapply without more information on what I should have done differently the first time.

I have just spoken to an advisor at ukvisaandimmigration and they have quoted me 650 to help me with the application. So what I would like to know is:

-Is it worth this money for their assistance?

-Do they really work WITH the Border Agency in a back and forth way to be sure all documents are supplied and if they havent been to let me know?

-Do you get your money back if the application is not sucessfull?

-Is this a reputable company or are there better ones that offer the same service at a lower price?

-Is it worth trying to get more information and proceed with the application myself?

-If it is refused a 2nd time are you able to keep trying?

Also given that my husband and I spent so much time apart as a result of me not being able to stay in the Uk, will this now be a problem and will we now have to deal with issues of proving our relationship is genuine on top of everything else. We have been together almost 5 years and married for 2 and a half.

I would really appriciate hearing from others that have the same circumstances as I know its a completely different process if your sponsor is self-employed.

Also any personal experience dealing with agencies in London that help with these type of visas would be awesome.

Thanks.

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Old 16th July 2011, 11:05 AM
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Yes there are other you could go to and help you better and litter price but first you have to get a lawyer so to help you when your Application is not Successful you can get back your money,dose who work with the (Border Agency) dose that ask for so much money just for that,Documents or not that money is too much i was in the same shoe with you just 8mouths Ago when i was in USA and wanted to relocate to UK,and there is this Lawyer i will like you to contact to help you and make you understand what to do,he was the same lawyer who help me and my Husband too,when i was introduce to him he told me all i never understand about this on email,then i sent him my passport and other document needed with the money needed for the EEA2 permit which was 400 and with in a week i was sent a mail about my papers, i could not get a call cos am a Deaf i tell you this just to help you if need this help i can send you the lawyer email so you could contact him and i will also help you talk with him on mails.Good Luck

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Yes there are other you could go to and help you better and litter price but first you have to get a lawyer so to help you when your Application is not Successful you can get back your money,dose who work with the (Border Agency) dose that ask for so much money just for that,Documents or not that money is too much i was in the same shoe with you just 8mouths Ago when i was in USA and wanted to relocate to UK,and there is this Lawyer i will like you to contact to help you and make you understand what to do,he was the same lawyer who help me and my Husband too,when i was introduce to him he told me all i never understand about this on email,then i sent him my passport and other document needed with the money needed for the EEA2 permit which was £400 and with in a week i was sent a mail about my papers, i could not get a call cos am a Deaf i tell you this just to help you if need this help i can send you the lawyer email so you could contact him and i will also help you talk with him on mails.Good Luck

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