1. Yes, we applied over Munich and had the family permit (valid for 6 months, multiple entries!) before we came to London on Sept 12th.
Thanks for the quick answer. Now I realize, that they don't have our current address, since at the time we were applying for the family permit, we didn't have booked any housing yet. At the time, we were staying with my parents in Germany. Officially, I was still conducting my business in the US) and so I put down both these addresses as mail address and business address (I explained the situation in additional info!)
Do you think, I need to tell them our current address now? I don't remember if the immigration officer asked us for the address, but he probably did. So I guess, once we apply for the registration/residence certificate, I will put down the current address, and then they will know for sure...
As soon as I have the necessary paperworks / correspondence for it, so hopefully beginning of October.
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