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Thank you for your enquiry. I am happy to assist you in getting answers to your question. As you are an EEA national exercising treaty rights because you are working, your partner is able to apply for a family permit under EEA law. This will allow your partner to remain permanently with you in the UK. But the Home Office would generally expect that your relationship is at least 2 years old unless you are married to your partner. It will be easier for both of you to get married outside the UK and then easier for your partner to apply under EEA law as your civil partner rather than rely on 2 years relationship. Your partner was granted a visitors visa under British immigration rules but my suggestion here is to apply under EEA laws. You dont need to have permanent residency to allow your partner to join you in the UK under EEA law.
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