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Hi, is it possible for you and your wife to travel to another member state and exercise treaty rights for at least a period of three months?
It might be possible to go to Germany. I don't know if I have the time, though. My time in the Netherlands runs out in a week and my understanding was that the time applied equally through all Schengen treaty nations. If we could travel, what would that accomplish?
Hi, that is not necessarily the case.
As the Spouse of an EEA National, if you exercise treaty rights in another member state, along with your spouse, for at least 3 months and then return to the EEA Country of your Spouse, they should allow you in the same as any other EEA National.
OK, I see. After I came back in, what would allow me to obtain a residency or working permit? Would being the parent of a Dutch/EU/EEA citizen make that easier? Is being a spouse of a Dutch/EU citizen helpful in allowing me to stay with my family and work? Or would it be easier to do this in a country other than the country of my spouse?
Hi, being the parent of an EEA National child should make the process simpler under the ruling in the case of Zambrano.
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