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If your husband is not a UK citizen and is instead a citizen of the Republic of Ireland then you will need to apply for Family Permits as the non-eea spouse of an EEA national:-
If your husband is travelling there with you and will not have been working then there is technically no requirement to show that he has a job, because you can exercise treaty rights (a requirement for him to come) simply by being self-sufficient.
Were you coming after he had lived in the UK for 3 months then you would have to show that he had a job.
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He does not need a job for you to apply for a Family Permit to travel at the same time/
Once you are here you will have to apply for a Residence Card confirming your right to reside in the UK for 5 years so that you can work. This would be stamped in your passport and so you could show your passport to your would-be employers to confirm your right to work.
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