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Further to your question unfortunately you will need the details of your daughter in law and she will need to fully support your application for you to be able to remain in the UK.
If you daughter in law supports your application you need to apply for a Residence Card, if successful you will be granted leave for a period of 5 years. Kindly note that as part of the application you will need to prove that you are dependent on your daughter in law and provide evidence of the same.
I hope this answers your question.
Further to your question my advice is based on my knowledge and experience. Kindly note that you are not the dependent parent but an in-law, which is classed as a extended family member. Secondly the guidance you are referring to is for the the breakdown of the relationship between a couple.
Hi thank you for your message, the caseworker guidance is slightly confusing on this point because it makes clear that you can still apply and that one reason for not producing the relevant evidence of the relationship with the EEA family member is a breakdown of the relationship and then goes on to discuss such applications need to be referred to a senior caseworker and that any such application needs to be judged on its merits and then goes on to discuss alternative evidence but all the alternative evidence appears to be about you as the applicant. That said, one thing to note is that you can apply as the parent of the spouse of an EEA citizen so if you can show that your the mother of your son such as with a birth certificate and then show your son is married to his wife with a marriage certificate which is a matter of public record that should get you there. I hope this helps, if you can please accept my answer and rate me 5 stars (in the top right of your screen) then Just Answer will credit me for helping you today.
Do you have any previously issued document showing you are the family member of this EU national? Or any other documentation like that? Did you sign the marriage certificate as a witness of the marriage?
Hi thank you for your message, your only option therefore, is to apply and then indicate your relationship and they can check their records for your daughter in law's application or indicate what other evidence they will accept in the event of relationship breakdown which they recognise in their guidance they accept. You can then use your other documents to establish your link to her. I hope this helps, if you can please accept my answer and rate me 5 stars (in the top right of your screen) then Just Answer will credit me for helping you today.
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Thank you, much appreciated.