I am agree with your first answer. But I have some question about the second section.
I have blue card, means treaty rights & my husband have 5 years residence permit. So if i enter after 1 year or more, then why should I need to show treaty rights? Is there any time line for the blue card holder about continuity of residence?
Hi, No problem I will not rate you, until I found the proper information. But I have some doubt about your answer. And I didn't find anywhere that indicate, blue card holder cannot spent more than 6 months outside UK! so can you send me any link or referance from UKBA. Please.
In general there is some issue, that Non EEA family member of an EEA national can not enter UK if his/her EEA partner absent from UK for more that 6 months. But for overseas job and such other criteria it could be one year.
I fount this information from UKBA.
• Blue Registration Certificates: issued to highly skilled workers, or those who are exempt from the requirement to obtain an Accession worker card; indicates that the holder can work in the UK without restrictions.