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Hello I would like to ask 2 part question but I need really

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Hello

I would like to ask 2 part question but I need really precise answer

I am Polish and I came to UK in July 2006 and I stayed here till 31 October 2006.( During that time I registered under worker registration scheme ) . Then I went to Poland. I came back to UK in February 2007 and I got a job in April . (I did not register under worker registration scheme again as the secretary at that job did not send the application I gave her) I worked there till November 2008 and then I went to Poland.
I came back to UK in January 2009 and I had a few jobs but never registered under worker registration scheme , I just neglected it. I started working full time on march 2010 and when I got married in 2011 home office send letter to my employer that I am illegal and I was suspended till I sorted out with home office , which I did in 1 month so I have been working under working registration scheme since 10 November 2011 . ( I just neglected sending my application again in all these jobs )
So my question is: can I apply for residency here now because when I add the time I spent in UK is 4 years . ( hope it is not problem I had breaks and I was in Poland 2 times for period of 3 months each) . Also I do not know how it will count because all these time I was working without letting home office know I have a new job but I was paying taxes and NI normally like everybody .
( also I know that people from Poland no longer have to register under registration scheme) ,

so please let me know what I can do to get residency , how this process looks like ?


and the second part of question is . I have been married to Thai lady since October 2011 and she got this kind of visa ( Family Member of an A8 National Under Worker Registration Scheme - valid until 22 November 2011 , Date of issue 6 April 2011)

so my question is: what kind of application she need to send to get right to be here.
we are confused because I have been here long and I do not know if I could have residency maybe she could apply for different visa.
also take into consideration that I have been working under working registration scheme since 10 november 2010 and her visa expires on 22 november 2011. it is not full year of working for me under working regitration scheme before we send my wife application
We are really lost , so please answer me this 2 questions
Submitted: 2 years ago.
Category: UK Immigration Law
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