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Hi everyone,

My friend has an issue which make her feel harder to answer question 9.1
Her case is She is an applicant who is non EEA national and married EEA national ( her husband) and have lived in the uk for 5 yrs since jul 2012 under a family member of eea national now she is applying PR card. Her husband has been living in the UK more than 10 yrs. therefore now he hold slovakia and british citizen. The issue is her husband which is her sponsor doesnt have a DOCUMENT CERTIFIYNG PERMANENT RESIDENCE. The reason is he first moved to uk in 2004 so be living in the UK nearly 9 yrs at the time he applied british citizen in 2013 he didnt need to apply for document certifiyng permanent residence, he automatic became pr without obtaining any docs and applied straight to british citizen. So he doesnt have the document certifybg pr now
Now in her application form, question 9.1 they ask if you are applying as a family member of EEA national, does the relevant EEA national have a document certifying permanent residence?
Her answer is Yes and no need to answer subsection A and B. Because she think his certificate of naturalisation british citizen is a type of permanent residence).

Is she correct?
Or the answer is NO And she has to answer No and sumbit all information regarding employment and absent in the UK of sponsor in subsection A &B

Hope I can get some help as her visa will be expired within next few weeks.

Thank you so much for taking time to read my topic! I reallt appreciate it.

Enjoy your day!
 

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Plz note my friend has right of residence as family member of eea even eea hold british citizen under McCathy rule which applied for transition arrangement of the rule which was changed in jul 2012. Bcz my friend received her residence card in jul 2012 and family permit in jan 2012 which is before 16 jul 2012 when the new rule were launched.
 

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Please don't use text-speak abbreviations, which isn't allowed.
What I think your friend should do is to answer yes, but attach a covering letter explaining why her husband doesn't have permanent residence certificate.
 

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Please don't use text-speak abbreviations, which isn't allowed.
What I think your friend should do is to answer yes, but attach a covering letter explaining why her husband doesn't have permanent residence certificate.
Hi Joppa,

Thank you for your answer. Sorry for using text speak abbreviation. I will make sure never do it again.

Thank you again for your reply.

Have a lovely evening.
 
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