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I am a Indian national who is married to a Portuguese citizen. We have a minor child and we live in India. My husband acquired Portuguese citizenship through naturalization in December.

My husband is moving to London and he wishes that we accompany him. So we applied for EEA family permit for me and my son last week. I submitted all supporting documents (bank statements to show that we won't be a social burden, application letter, birth certificate, marriage certificate etc)This week we received an email saying

"Dear @#@£@#£

Thank you for applying for a UK visa. Your visa application has been received and is under consideration. We aim to process non settlement applications within 15 working days (unless you have opted for the Priority Visa service), and settlement applications within 60 working days.

Unfortunately, the processing of your application has not been straightforward and we will be unable to decide your application within our customer service targets. We are continuing to work on your application and aim to make a decision as soon as possible.

We will write to you again if there is any change to this. Please do not attend the Visa Application Centre until you have been advised that your application has been decided and that your passport is ready for collection.

Kind Regards,

Sheffield Visa Section"


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