hi, I am a non eu spouse of eu national. We got married in 2010 in an EU member country (not her homeland), Got my family resident card in 2012. In July 2013 We moved in another EEA country, we applied for my my EEA family member resident card in August, and got my resident card in January 2014. In March, I applied for EEA family permit for UK..., after an interview on phone i got my EEA family permit and in April we came in England. Expiry date for my Family permit was September.., In August I applied for EEA2 resident card, and got confirmation after few days. In November, things get unexpectedly wrong..., me and my spouse had many arguments on personal matters and we separate.....(for future we are not sure if we will stay together or separate). recently I got letter from Home Office for an Interview. Now i have to go for interview its already more then 4 and half years of our marriage, and we will be living and working in UK for 8 months at the time of Interview. Now, what options I have??? any possibility to get residence if interview goes wrong ?? or my spouse refuses to go for interview?? thanks.
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