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Please I'm looking for help

I'm a Spanish citizen living and working in Glasgow. currently my wife is living in Cameroon and together we have three children. we applied for the EEA family permits and she will submit the documents the 06/11/2013 in Cameroon.

these are the documents I give for their applications:

• Certified copy of my Spanish passport showing my travel to Cameroon
• Letter of my principal employer
• Pay slips and P60 of my principal employer
• Job Contract of my second employer
• Pay slips of my second employer
• 6 months bank statements
• Council Tax Statement
• Working Tax Credits statement
• My Tenancy agreement
• My divorce certificate (from Spain) with its English translation
• Western union receipts showing money sent to my wife each month
• Print screens of my Facebook page showing pictures of our wedding
• Print screens of my Gmail and my yahoo pages showing emails exchanges between me and my wife from 2005 to 2013
• My old Cameroonian Passport showing all the travel I did to Cameroon to visit Laure and my children
• Certified copy of my PhD degree in Immunology with its English translation
• Prepaid calling cards that I used to keep in touch with my wife and my children
• Well paid job details opportunities for me with my PhD degree


These are the documents she will add:

• Printed and signed VAF5 application forms of my children and I
• her passport and my children’s passports
• her passport-sized colour photographs and children’s passport-sized colour photographs
• her original Cameroonian birth certificate and children’s original birth certificates
• her original Cameroonian wedding certificate
• Photo album showing photographs of my husband and I from 2001 to 2013 including wedding photographs, with date, place and comments beside
• Cover letter from my husband stating that her children and her will be joining him in the UK
• Proof that her husband is exercising his Treaty rights in the UK (my documents)
• Western union receipts showing money received from her husband each month
• Print screens of her yahoo page showing emails exchanges between her and her husband from 2005 to 2013
• her bachelor degree (Licence) in chemistry obtained at the University of Dschang
• Details of potential job opportunities for her in Glasgow


My histoty : I first started my relationship with her in Cameroon in 2001(we were both students at university) , but when I arrived in Spain in 2005 I got married with a spanish lady , and after that I got the Spanish passport. during the moment I was married with the spanish lady I didin't stop my relationship with my partner in cameroon , and during that time we continued having babies. after my divorce with the Spanish lady, I got married with my partner from Cameroon in 2013.


1- can the ECO refuse eea family permits when I already have 3 children with my wife ?
2- I lived together with my wife from 2001-2004 , when we were students at Uni, but we lost all our renting agreements for the times we lived together, but can our first daughter we had during that moment enough to proof that we lived together before ?




please I need your help and your advice


Kind regards
 
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Yes if they feel your relationship is not genuine. Simply having chidren with someone at some point does not make a genuine and sustaining relationship.

Nor does a child prove living together. A baby can be conceived in 5 minutes behind a bike shed and does not require a relationship or the pair to share a home.

You sound just lovely.
 

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Please I'm looking for help

I'm a Spanish citizen living and working in Glasgow. currently my wife is living in Cameroon and together we have three children. we applied for the EEA family permits and she will submit the documents the 06/11/2013 in Cameroon.

these are the documents I give for their applications:

• Certified copy of my Spanish passport showing my travel to Cameroon
• Letter of my principal employer
• Pay slips and P60 of my principal employer
• Job Contract of my second employer
• Pay slips of my second employer
• 6 months bank statements
• Council Tax Statement
• Working Tax Credits statement
• My Tenancy agreement
• My divorce certificate (from Spain) with its English translation
• Western union receipts showing money sent to my wife each month
• Print screens of my Facebook page showing pictures of our wedding
• Print screens of my Gmail and my yahoo pages showing emails exchanges between me and my wife from 2005 to 2013
• My old Cameroonian Passport showing all the travel I did to Cameroon to visit Laure and my children
• Certified copy of my PhD degree in Immunology with its English translation
• Prepaid calling cards that I used to keep in touch with my wife and my children
• Well paid job details opportunities for me with my PhD degree


These are the documents she will add:

• Printed and signed VAF5 application forms of my children and I
• her passport and my children’s passports
• her passport-sized colour photographs and children’s passport-sized colour photographs
• her original Cameroonian birth certificate and children’s original birth certificates
• her original Cameroonian wedding certificate
• Photo album showing photographs of my husband and I from 2001 to 2013 including wedding photographs, with date, place and comments beside
• Cover letter from my husband stating that her children and her will be joining him in the UK
• Proof that her husband is exercising his Treaty rights in the UK (my documents)
• Western union receipts showing money received from her husband each month
• Print screens of her yahoo page showing emails exchanges between her and her husband from 2005 to 2013
• her bachelor degree (Licence) in chemistry obtained at the University of Dschang
• Details of potential job opportunities for her in Glasgow


My histoty : I first started my relationship with her in Cameroon in 2001(we were both students at university) , but when I arrived in Spain in 2005 I got married with a spanish lady , and after that I got the Spanish passport. during the moment I was married with the spanish lady I didin't stop my relationship with my partner in cameroon , and during that time we continued having babies. after my divorce with the Spanish lady, I got married with my partner from Cameroon in 2013.


1- can the ECO refuse eea family permits when I already have 3 children with my wife ?
2- I lived together with my wife from 2001-2004 , when we were students at Uni, but we lost all our renting agreements for the times we lived together, but can our first daughter we had during that moment enough to proof that we lived together before ?




please I need your help and your advice


Kind regards
Sounds to me that your marriage to the Spanish lady was a marriage of convenience just to obtain the Spanish passport as you were still in a relationship with your current wife.
So many legitimate couples that really love each other are kept apart because of financial reasons and you found a loophole by marrying a Spanish lady just to obtain the passport, then divorced her once you got it just to marry the woman you were in a real relationship all along to bring her over the EEA route. Personally I hope your own documents bite you in the butt.
 
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