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I am a Canadian citizen and my wife is a Dutch citizen. We

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I am a Canadian citizen and my wife is a Dutch citizen. We have been married almost a year and have been registered for almost two years at the same address. Prior we couldn't live together due to her school being to far away from Amsterdam. Our request for family unification was rejected due to her not have a year contract to the date I applied and I believe her just shy of not making enough. I was wondering what options I have to stay in the Netherlands.
Submitted: 3 years ago.
Category: European Law
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