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Been married to eea member 6 years 5 year visa finished feb

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Been married to eea member 6 years 5 year visa finished feb 2016 this year she wants divorce can I still apply for PR .
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Customer: Got married 2009 got clearance visa, apply for 5 year residence got in 2011 finished in February 2016 want to stay in uk she wants divorce we own flat together.
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Submitted: 5 months ago.
Category: UK Law
Customer: replied 5 months ago.
I do have proof through sa302 self employment that she was excising treaty rights
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Expert:  Thomas Judge replied 5 months ago.
can you provide some more information please

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