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I am uk residents whith greeck 3children I have residence

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I am uk residents whith greeck white 3children I have residence card on 1/08/2018 me and my family we traveled to France whith easyJet at Luton one easyJet agent he refuse to let me fly whith my family and ihave all my documents
Submitted: 2 months ago.
Category: Immigration Law
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Expert:  frantzgregory replied 2 months ago.

Please provide full history of how you obtained a residence card. Have you travelled with an expired residence card?