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I have been working since 2009. I when back to university whilst still working in sept. 2012 and will finish my programmes in sept this year. I May i was made redundant but was still in school. I got another job in august and i now work part time and school at the same time. I am still currently employed
In may 2014 was made redundant.
no i did not. it was inMay i stopped. started working in august again
i was also in full time education as well.
and was receiving bursary of 540 every month as a student nurses
in applying for permanent residency is it necessary to state the gap?
What form do i have to fill ?
Would the gap affect my application for permanent residency? if s why?
what if i get married now to a british national can it change my application?
Im getting married to a british national. does it make any difference for me after the marriage?
how do i extend my EEA resident permit?
How is that different from PR?
I said i got redundancy in may but i got a job conditional offer and went through registration and checks and started working in August. Does this change anything as i did not have the CSI?
Do i have to disclose my schooling as I'm in employment and especially when I'm not using that as my reason for applying for permanent residency (PR)?
If I'm applying for PR, do i have to present 5 years of exercising treaty rights for my ex or the period before and at the point of divorce?
What happens if i had a job offer from the time i stopped but had to resume due to checks observed before work? Do i not still qualify to apply for PR? If thats the case what are then my options now that i don't have the health certificate?
thanks for all the wonderful responses. but just to add:
1. what if i was working all the way through and i don't have CSI do i still qualify for PR?
2. If i make an application and it was refused, can my current status as retained right of residence be cancelled?
3. If I'm to go the other route of my wife who's is a british citizen, how do i go about it my present status?
4. if i have to use the EEA FM , do i have to re apply now or wait when that the current one expires in 2019?
Thanks for all the wonderful responses , in addition, can I decide to apply on the basis that I'm a worker not a student?
Would it then matter if i studied during my stay as a worker as I was informed that I can make an application either as a worker or a student.
please how do interprete this in my case for not working for 2months after been made redundant ...
(GOT THIS FROM THIS LINK ...( https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/421238/Qualified_Persons_v3_0.pdf )
Duly recorded involuntary unemployment
An EEA national may still qualify as a worker if they are involuntarily unemployed and provide proof that they:
have registered as a job seeker with Jobcentre Plus or a recruitment agency
entered the UK to seek employment
are in the UK seeking employment immediately after enjoying a right to reside as a
jobseeker, student, self-employed person or self-sufficient person
They must also give evidence to show they are looking for employment and have a genuine chance of being employed.
Evidence that they are seeking employment and have a genuine chance of being engaged. This can be provided in the form of:
a letter from their former employer confirming: o the dates they were employed o their unemployment was involuntary
a letter from Jobcentre Plus or a recruitment agency confirming they have registered with them
proof they are seeking work
If the EEA national was employed before becoming involuntarily unemployed, then they
cannot keep worker status for longer than 6 months.
However, if they had been employed for more than one year they can keep worker status if they can provide compelling evidence to show they are continuing to seek employment and have a genuine chance of being employed.
But if they were employed for less than 6 months and were then made redundant and registered with Jobcentre Plus, but after a further 6 months had still not got any employment they would not be able to keep their worker status any longer and must either become a qualified person in another capacity (for example as a student or self-sufficient person, but not a jobseeker) or leave the UK if they have no other right to reside in the UK.
SORR FOR GOING ON AND ON WITH THIS, just want to be in the clear.
.. but I got a job offer in may but did not start until August . Would I have still needed to go to jobcentre plus. Should i still be seeking work when I have one already.
on a final note is it required for self employed person in my position require a certificate of insurance.