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was born in uk ,but have eu citizen
1. If your child is a citizen of an EU country, then your husband has an automatic right to live and work in the UK as a result of the decision of the European Court of Justice in the Zambrano case. This was only decided eight weeks ago, so it is quite new law. Basically it held that the parent of any EU citizen has the right to live and work in any member state ofthe EU to support his child. Accordingly, your husband now has the right to live indefinitely and work in the UK as a result of his child being an EU citizen. In making a new application to the UK Border Agency, you should base his application on this basis and include a copy of the Birth Certificate of your child or a copy of his EU passport. Alternatively, if you can find that another Member State of the EU would process your husband's application quicker than the six month period the UK border Agency will take, you can apply there on a similar basis as the Zambrano decision is applicable in any EU state. It may be that your country of origin or the country of your child's citizenship will process matters quicker. Once your husband has the right to live and work in any EU state, then he can live and work in the UK.
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2. I cannot help you with delays within the processing of visa applications. I can only point out that there is a legal solution whereby you can apply to another country's visa process and this way you can avoid a 6 month delay with the UK Border Agency.
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That will be a good solution but like i say we dont have as document to put a new applicationa so that is not helping me in my cease.I will try to get some help from my mp.
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