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My Absolute decree is been already received.
I entered in UK by 2007 on student, then moved to PSW and then switch to EU residence card.
I got married with EU national by February 2010
Divorce absolute decree received by August 2013
since marriage date to now, i have completed my 3 years, 8 months
my EU residence card is valid till 2016
I have applied for Retaining Rights of residence by September 2013 and hoping to get my Retaining rights very soon.
I have sent completed file with absolute divorce decree, marriage date to till now treaty rights of my X etc etc..
After receiving my Retaining rights, i am going abroad to get married, then how will i be able to bring her on my spouse visa?
Thanks Tom I understand it and i am satisfied from your answers.
just little confusions.
But once divorce is approved, i am free to get married, how can i not bring my wife in UK then?
If she can't come on my spouse, how will she be able to come?
I really will have to wait next 2 years then :(
just last questions.
I applied retaining rights of residence by 10th September 2013,
any idea what's processing time period now a days?
How long do i need to wait more.
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