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Since the EU free movement system still applies in the UK, you should only have been expelled from the UK for one of a limited set of reasons: you were found to pose a threat to public health, public policy, or public safety your marriage was found not to be genuine your wife was found not to be a "qualified" EU citizen (that is, she was neither working nor ...


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You probably did not meet the conditions for transmitting US citizenship to a child born abroad, which, for a child born abroad to one US citizen parent and one alien parent after 1986, requires that you (the US citizen parent) have been physically present in the US before the child's birth for a cumulative total of 5 years, including 2 years after you ...


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Traveller asked: Who told you not to leave Spain while the residency application is pending? You replied: Others that have done this before, saying it's best to wait until you get it.... "Best to" is not the same as "must," of course. Legally, when you arrive at the Schengen border, if you can prove that your EU-citizen spouse is in Spain, or ...


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As of today, you are the spouse of an EU citizen and are living in a second EU country. Therefore, under the free movement rules, you have the right to work. All you should need to prove this is your marriage certificate (to prove you are married) and your spouse's passport (to prove their citizenship). Of course, whether an employer will accept just ...


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Article 23 of Directive 2004/38/EC (the Free Movement Directive) allows the family members of EEA nationals who have the right of residence in the UK to work or become self-employed. https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/779784/free-movement-rights-direct-family-members-of-EEA-nationals-v7.0ext.pdf ...


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Since filing for immigration seems a bit much for a visit of no more than a year, you might consider some temporary options. Your wife and children could seek a 1-year admission in B-2 status ("visitor for pleasure"). The usual period of admission is six months, but the regulations permit admission for up to a year. If I recall correctly, one case in ...


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Based on the Ministerio del Interior text below, after the application of the Tarjeta de familiar ciudadano de la union a certificate of registration will immediately issued therefore you should already have authorization to work in Spain Note: As apposed to some other European Union countries, it seems that EU-Citizens in Spain are required to register in ...


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It depends on what type of residence permit she has as a family member of an EU Citizen (Artical 10 or 20) Daueraufenthaltskarte (Green) of her own right Daueraufenthaltstitle (Blue/Red) When traveling outside the issuing country (Austria) and 1) Article 10 or 20 Residence Card the spouse is travelling with or joining the EU-Spouse a visa is not ...


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The only problem I could think of is that you stayed more than 90 days in the Schengen Area and the border guards think you have overstayed but as phoog pointed out correctly, the documents you submitted should prevent problems at the border. Specifically, that should be a translated and apostilled or EU issued multilingual marriage certificate and a copy ...


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