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I and my wife are applying for a 6 months family permit and after the 6 months, we intend to apply for residence permit. She is polish by nationality. I personally have not yet submitted any application but the last time i heard from work they said they will be issuing "a client care letter" meaning they will be be advising my position which i was told is just formality. The company is still in the process of obtaining a certificate of sponsorship and have not yet applied for my Tier 2 visa. Do you think my eea FP application at this stage will collide
wow is that correct? I mean the rule that says i am allowed to work for 6 month during my EEA application. I'm guessing this rule does not apply to people appying outisde the UK because i'm applying from Nigeria and my wife is here with me as well.
Okay thanks, XXXXX XXXXX think we'll rather apply and wait for the visa to be safe.
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