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Dears,

I am a family member of EEa national and my 5 years almost completed with my partner in uk while she exercising treaty rights.I would like to apply for PR for confirmation but I had a CCJ on my file which is older than 5 years but less than 6.

Do I really have to declare it on my EEA APPLICATION form as civil judgement or is ok to leave blank?

Also if in case I have to declare then would it be an issue for PR?


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If they ask on the form, you must declare CCJ. While there is no blanket ban on people with CCJ for EEA applications, Home Office can deny you PR for a serious reason in the interest of national security, public policy or health. This decision must be taken personally by a senior civil servant. So it seems unlikely that CCJ as such will disqualify, but nearly 30% of applications for PR is rejected.
 

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Thank you for replying sir.can I ask sir that 30% rejection is based on civil penalty type issues or other reasons.

To bed honest I wast even awar my ccj for first 3 years.it was at my old address.
 

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1-Would pre marriage time spent with my partner in uk while she was exercising treaty rights(we were living together for an year as Engaged couple)also count for EEA4 application.Currently I am 6 months away from completing my 5 years with her after marriage in uk and all together 7 years in uk while she is qualified person from day 1 and she got her PR in July as EU national.


2- Also For my application for PR as non eu family member,do I still need her payslips or just Add the document certifying Permanent Resident instead?



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