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1. Advise the following of their right to live in the UK under EU law:
a) Hans, a German national, who wants to come to work unpaid for a charity in the UK;
b) Federico, an Argentinean national, who came to the UK four years ago with his wife, Alicia, an Italian national, who was working as a doctor. Federico and Alicia have just divorced. Federico is a PhD student and works ten hours per week as a university tutor;
c) Sadiq is a failed asylum seeker who was living in the UK when he married Ruth, a British citizen. Ruth moved to France where she has been working for three months and Sadiq joined her there. They now wish to return to the UK.
2. Advise the following whether they are subject to immigration control. Give reasons for your answer:
a) George was born in Jamaica in 1990. His father, Matthew, was born in the UK in 1963;
b) Jamil was born in Yemen in 1975 of Yemeni parents. He came to the UK as a student in 1996, stayed on to work and then naturalised as a British citizen. He then renounced his Yemeni citizenship. While on holiday visiting family in Yemen, he learnt that his British citizenship had been removed on grounds that this was conducive to the public good;
c) Esther is a Nigerian citizen married to Frank, a German citizen working as an engineer in the UK;
d) Claire, a British citizen by descent, who is coming to the UK for the first time.
3. Martina, a Chilean citizen, met Robert, a British citizen on a 2 week holiday in the UK. After corresponding for a year, Robert got a job in Chile, they met again and married. They have been living together in Chile for two years but Robert has now been made redundant, his parents are unwell and they wish to go to live in the UK with their baby daughter, Evelina. Robert is a chemical engineer and he is confident of finding work in the UK using his old contacts. In the meantime, they will live with Robert’s parents in their three bedroom house and will use their £15,000 savings to keep themselves.
Advise Robert and Martina of any likely problems with their application.
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