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Following recent judgement by the The Court of Justice of the European Union (ECJ) in case of Ruiz Zambrano (C-34/09), the Home Office, UKBA has now annonced to make some changes in the EU Regultations 2006 to comply with the findings of the court in case of Ruiz Zambrano (C-34/09).
The Home Office, UKBA have announced that they will amend the regulations in due course to enable a person to be issued with a document confirming that they have a right to live in the UK as a result of the Ruiz Zambrano judgement. However, in the meantime, the Home Office will issue a certificate of application to those who are able to show:
- evidence that the dependent national is a British citizen;
- evidence of the relationship between the applicant and the British citizen; and
- adequate evidence of dependency between the applicant and the British citizen.
This certificate will enable a person to work in the UK while their application is outstanding. Once changes to the regulations are made, the application will be given full consideration and documentation will be issued under the regulations to those who meet the final agreed policy. Read More About This News From The UKBA Website.