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#1 aussielady

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Posted 09 September 2010 - 09:51 PM

Hi there,

I moved over in April 2009 with my husband who has an Irish passport. After moving over I applied for an EEA spousal residence card. Last month, my husband and I split up and he moved back to Australia. I've now asked my employer if they will sponsor me... is this allowed? What do my employer and myself need to do? Do I need to go back to Australia? Also, if they sponsor me, is it the Tier 2 visa?

Thanks for your help!



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Posted 12 September 2010 - 08:22 AM

This should really be in the Tier 2 section of the forum, where you will see info on what has to be done and if you can qualify.

I hope you are not still working on an EEA residence card, as this is no longer valid.

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Posted 12 September 2010 - 02:06 PM

Hi there,

I moved over in April 2009 with my husband who has an Irish passport. After moving over I applied for an EEA spousal residence card. Last month, my husband and I split up and he moved back to Australia. I've now asked my employer if they will sponsor me... is this allowed? What do my employer and myself need to do? Do I need to go back to Australia? Also, if they sponsor me, is it the Tier 2 visa?

Thanks for your help!


Sorry, I should haven said that I'm currently on a Tier 5 visa.. I just wanted to know if my application for a spousal visa (currently 'on hold') will affect my sponsorship/Tier 2 visa?

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Posted 12 September 2010 - 02:41 PM

You should withdraw the EEA 2 application, and it will then no longer be relevant.




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