I thought as much but the checking service said I should compile again the information showing more job searches that he did and responses of which I do not have much of them as other responses were done telephonically and the other job searches were the ones when he was signing in at job centre in which they say they not helpful. what should I do in this circumstance
The other option that l have been given is to apply leave to remain and then citizenship to avoid me loosing the money if I am not granted under eea application
yes I am certain with permanent residence I got it in 2012. l myself have been working through out have and meet all the requirements, it is my husband that has gaps with his employment and is eu national while I am his spouse. The same information was sent in 2012 . So the same information that l was intending to send as requested by the checking service is said to be insuffient
The evidence since the PR is fine because my husband did not have more 6months and worked , and then after my sons diagnosis of autism we found it difficult of us in employment to meet his needs in which he then became his carer of which the checking service said this information is fine. The information that they are worried about is before the PR.
Thank you help, lastly should I still continue with the checking service or l should just send it myself.
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The checking service already saw my PR and I told them that I had sent the same information, even less than they requesting which include my sons disability and my husbands depression medication information. They said the PR was dealt under eea rules and its different citizenship.
If the checking service are not sure, should I seek help from a solicitor.
Thank you. I will be having a last meeting with them, and then seek help. Again my husband has been in continuous employment 10yrs. circumstances regarding our sons health has made it more difficult to tie him down in consistent employment and again having to consider who brings more income so that our son is fully cared being on benefits
granting PR was not linked to my sons condition at that time we learnt about the condition and diagnosis just after the PR.
initially I was satisfied until at last , you started assuming the reasons I got granted PR which not. which made it difficult to understand whether the initial advises were genuine
Thanks follow up, l now feel better and confident to continue with my application either way, because I am confused between the difference of permanent residence and indefinite leave to remain as the other option.
if it is possible you could help me to understand this difference
thank you very much . I will be rating now