THanks for your question.
She will have to apply for a residence card from Nigeria to the UK Embassy there.
A residence card is normally for five years, and is an endorsement that is placed in the her passport.
She will have to apply by completing application form EEA2, available for download from the UKBA website.
For your application to be accepted, she must provide a valid passport and evidence that you are a family member of the EEA national (ie. both your passports and evidence of your marriage and you being resident here at present..
Section 9 of the forms lists the appropriate documents you will need to submit.
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my wife is here already and we just got married,but her visiting visa expired,any risk and how much is the application.
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