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Does your spouse have PR, what is your immigration status in this country presently - I note you say "permanent residence" but do you actually mean "residence permit"? They are different things.
Okay, that sounds as if you have an EEA family permit. It should when it runs from and two and it should be for 5 years.
If you are still here and married when the 5 year period runs and your wife is in the UK exercising her treaty rights (living, working in the UK) then you can apply for naturalisation once the period expires.
You will have to apply using form AN1, once naturlised you can then apply for a UK passport.
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If you have been here as a family member of an EEA family member then you will be able to apply for nauturalistion upon the expiration of the 5 years.
On the facts you have stated above and without seeing any documents you appear to be eligible to apply for naturalisation now.
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