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5 years old and lives in the UK with me and my actual husband (British) since she was 1
Well, my husband and I thought that by now I should meet all requirements to apply for citizenship based on marriage. However, in order to do so, I understand I need ILR, which is only granted to EEA citizens after 5 years of exercising the rights of the Treaty (I have been doing so for nearly 4 years).
Is it correct, ie., that EEA spouses are discriminated when compared with non-EU citizens? I mean, I do not require a spousal visa and even if I had wanted to apply for one, the Home Office states that being a EEA citizen, I should not apply for one, but without that visa I can only apply for ILR following 5 years of residence and cannot apply for citizenship in the basis of marriage...