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Ook forum Mixed-Couples goed voor jullie welbevinden
« Gepost op: 16 mei 2015, 11:07:05 »
Een recent (april 2015) gepubliceerd onderzoek toont aan dat forums van groter belang zijn voor individuele gebruikers (en de maatschappij in haar geheel) dan voorheen werd gedacht.
Gebruikers komen er namelijk tijdens het surfen achter dat forums een grote steun kunnen zijn, zeker voor diegenen die in een meer stigmatiserende situatie zitten.
Mensen met een buitenlandse partner kunnen zich daar denk ik wel wat bij voorstellen.

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Re: Ook forum Mixed-Couples goed voor jullie welbevinden
« Reactie #1 Gepost op: 02 februari 2016, 12:34:50 »
Aangezien de info van de IND en de Nederlandse overheid  vaak haaks staat op de Europese wetgeving, zijn fora , en de info daar  vaak betere bron van info.
Veel mensen hebben geen weet van de mogelijkheden, om een derdelands[niet -EU] partner hierheen te halen.een heel duidelijk voorbeeld;Vandaag uit de Guardian gehaald;


   
British citizens, unaware of their Free Movement rights
by EU free movement
The Guardian has a touching story of two British citizens, Rawand Aziz and Saman Sharif, presently living in a French refugee camp.  They had repeatedly asked permission to bring their families to the UK, but the applications have been refused by the Home Office.  So when their wives and children came to France as refugees, the British citizens joined them and are now reunited (in a cold tent, in winter France).

Both men are British citizens resident in France.  Interestingly the article makes no mention of EU free movement law, and its relevance to this case:


For the first three months of residence, there are no preconditions on the residence of the British citizen and their non-EU citizen family members (in this case a wife and children).  The adults can immediately work without permission, and the children can go to school.
The British citizen and the non-EU wife can work at any job, though the British citizen should keep detailed pay and employment records for later use.  They do not need to earn a specific amount to remain legally in host EU member state.
They can move together as a family to any other EU member state (except not initially the UK), such as Ireland or Germany or the Netherlands.  They can do this to be closer to family, or for more work opportunity, or for whatever reason they have.   They do not need permission to legally move.
After the British citizen has worked for 3-6 months in a different EU member state, they can then easily move back to the UK on the basis of EU free movement law. They would not need to have any savings, nor earn a particular income, nor have a job lined up in the UK.   They only need to be able to prove that they have been living together while the British citizen was working ("exercising treaty rights") in "another EU member state".   [See Move home on the basis of EU law (instead of restrictive national law) for more information about this Surinder Singh rule]
To be 100% clear, I fully understand these families are in a very difficult situation and they likely have very limited financial resources to move to a warmer safer place which has more work.

But they need to know that they presently have options under EU free movement law because they are a family and one of the family members is an British (EU!) citizen.

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