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EU citizens who become British can still have non-EU spouses live with them, court rulesUpdated14 Nov 12:42pm

EU citizens who become British can still have non-EU spouses live with them, court rules

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European court says Home Office was wrong to deny permanent residency to Algerian husband of British-Spanish citizen A European citizen who becomes a British citizen does not lose the right to have a spouse from a non-EU country live with them in the UK, the European court of justice (ECJ) has ruled in a landmark case. After a five-month deliberation it has decided the Home Office was wrong to refuse a dual British-Spanish citizen the right to have her Algerian husband live with her in Britain.
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