If your boyfriend has been working continuously in UK for at least last 12 months and you get married. You can apply for residence card on EEA2. Your circumstances do not appear to me that you need to apply for FMRS.
Remember to apply for certificate of approval to get married in UK to your partner first though. Unless you are both Church of England religion which is exempted. If not, you would need certificate of approval from UKBA in order to have civil marriage.
Also, certificate of approval does not act as a visa. Please ensure that you have valid visa throughout your time in UK to avoid adverse immigration record.
Hope that helps. Kind regards
I suggest that you send off for COA sooner rather than later. It should be granted without too much of a problem. Granting it should be a formality (but can take some time to process) as UKBA lost an important COA case in July 2008 which decalred the scheme unlawful.
You would both need to provide sworn affidavits if UKBA require them. Application fee for COA is currently suspended. You do not have anyting to lose by making application now.
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