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cherry  
#1 Posted : 13 September 2014 21:25:41(UTC)
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Hi everyone


I hold EEA2 residence card, after 5 years can apply EEA4 Permanent Residence Card for non-EEA family member
May I ask how to count 5 years please,


1.date of marriage paper (we got married in my home country, I am a non-eea national)
2. The issue date of EEA family permit (valid for 6 months), this is the visa home office give to me to entry UK as eea national's family member.
3.the issue date of EEA2 residence card


Many thanks


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