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Hi to all friends.
I have a bit complex case to discuss.. I hope some of U will shed some light on it. I am Pakistan national, came to UK in DEC 2006 and got married to Portuguese women in April 2008. Applied for EEA2 visa and got it in June 2009(visa process took 13 months). (I was not student. Come to UK on working holiday maker visa)
We lived together till April 2012 and unfortunately it didn’t last long and I filed divorce in Sep 2012. Case again took long and till date I only receive certificate of entitlement to a decree. And my decree Nisi is on 20th oct 2013. I know i have to wait for 6 weeks after that to get it over. I am working as GIS engineer in government organisation from last 5 years continues and visited Pakistan 3 months every year.. Now after all this background.. Here my question comes.
1:- Can i apply for ILR as my time on EEA2 visa is well over 5 years or i have to wait for my visa expiry which is in June 2014.
2:- can i apply for ILR now even i don’t have divorce yet.
3:- If yes to above questions then in both case i.e. to apply after divorce done or now, ---what I have to provide with application for ILR. And what to do and what not to do in this case... Plz help... my career in hanging on it.
I have no ware about of my EX.
(if someone gone through same situation plz share theres.. thanks)
 

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Hi to all friends.
I have a bit complex case to discuss.. I hope some of U will shed some light on it. I am Pakistan national, came to UK in DEC 2006 and got married to Portuguese women in April 2008. Applied for EEA2 visa and got it in June 2009(visa process took 13 months). (I was not student. Come to UK on working holiday maker visa)
We lived together till April 2012 and unfortunately it didn’t last long and I filed divorce in Sep 2012. Case again took long and till date I only receive certificate of entitlement to a decree. And my decree Nisi is on 20th oct 2013. I know i have to wait for 6 weeks after that to get it over. I am working as GIS engineer in government organisation from last 5 years continues and visited Pakistan 3 months every year.. Now after all this background.. Here my question comes.
1:- Can i apply for ILR as my time on EEA2 visa is well over 5 years or i have to wait for my visa expiry which is in June 2014.
2:- can i apply for ILR now even i don’t have divorce yet.
3:- If yes to above questions then in both case i.e. to apply after divorce done or now, ---what I have to provide with application for ILR. And what to do and what not to do in this case... Plz help... my career in hanging on it.
I have no ware about of my EX.
(if someone gone through same situation plz share theres.. thanks)
You clearly don't get it, do ya:

appology to jump into this.
but my question is on same basis.. as my lawyer say if divorced then i only have to show 1 year of living together and three year of exercised treaty rights for EU Ex.
my case is as i have no wareabout of her. any help/
If you want another opinion, pay for it!......and to avoid getting banned, stop multi posting.

Animo
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can you please let me know what you mean by pay for it..(do u mean pay in forum) i dint get it.. i am sorry to be pain in the ass.. i am only asking if someone gone through with the same situation will know the exact way... y i have to go lawyers way...
also i explain in my other post that i saw that on TV.. english is not my first language.. plz understand.
 
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can you please let me know what you mean by pay for it..(do u mean pay in forum) i dint get it.. i am sorry to be pain in the ass.. i am only asking if someone gone through with the same situation will know the exact way... y i have to go lawyers way...
also i explain in my other post that i saw that on TV.. english is not my first language.. plz understand.
You need to speak to and pay your own lawyer. The lawyer you said you have and who has advised you in you previous post.

As we are not lawyers we would rather not give,advice that may be contradictory to that from them.

If they have given you kegal advice follow it or change your lawyer if you do not trust their advice.

Please stop spamming the same question on every thread.
 
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