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Old 24th August 2015, 09:53 PM
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Hi Diyou,

Do you mind if I ask you what happened with your first application?
my first one are about to finish next year january and i have trip on january so i think i just try to apply from now as it can take 6 month

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Hello,

I just sent mine and I have only 3,5 months left on the EEA FP... Does the COA allows you to stay and work in the mean time? Do I need to request a new EEA FP? If yes, When can I do it? Do I need to wait that the first one is expired?

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RoR processing time

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Applyed for ror
Married for 3.5 years
Lived together for 15 months
Applications sent 15/05/15
Recived 16/05/15
Biometric taken 28/05/15
Cos dated 11/06/15
Rc still waiting
How long is the prossesing time

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Documents submitted on May 25th
Payment done Jun 2sd
Biometrics requested for the EEA Jun 19th
Biometrics requested to the EEA Family member Jun 26
Biometrics requested AGAIN to the EEA Jul 23rd
Email to EuroBiometrics July 24th
Complaint to Home Office for the situation 28 July
Complaint to Home Office for the situation 25 August 20 Business days later of the previous one


I needed to present my Biometrics when is not required (I am from Spain) in June, at the end we received a letter explaining the situation and that my wife required present biometrics few weeks later, she did on Jul 1st. I received another letter requesting me again take the biometrics (July 23rd).

July 24th I sent an email to EuroBiometrics explaining where we are and I am not required to present BRP but anyway I did last June 19th.

Let see what's going on, but looks like totally lost and they are not answering complaints neither.

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Applyed for ror Married for 3.5 years Lived together for 15 months Applications sent 15/05/15 Recived 16/05/15 Biometric taken 28/05/15 Cos dated 11/06/15 Rc still waiting How long is the prossesing time

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I'm Russian, My husband is French. We sent document on 1st of June, 2015, 15th of June passed Biometrics and since then nothing ....
Anyone else recieved their answers?

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Hi joppa ,do you know someone who recived there RC after 6 April
Applyed for ror Married for 3.5 years Lived together for 15 months Applications sent 15/05/15 Recived 16/05/15 Biometric taken 28/05/15 Cos dated 11/06/15 Rc still waiting How long is the prossesing time

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Up to 6 months (required by EU rules) but sometimes they exceed it. It appears to be getting longer as they seem to be scrutinising every application and trying to find a reason to refuse (to keep the immigration figures down).

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Hi all
I got my RC after 4 months.
I applied in 4th of April.
Deduct money on 6th April.
Got my COA on 15th April.

And 15august I got my passport with RC VISA.

Thanks

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