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Dear Home Office, I would like to know regarding filling landing card on arrival to the UK I am a Family member of an EEA national -married (resident card holder). Abaqus 6.14 Crack. Since i received my residence card, I made two travel out of the UK. One to Ireland and Italy (same time) and to secondly to India When i returned from Italy, i filled a landing card and joined the non eu passport queue. When i got the immigration desk, the immigration officer did not ask anything else apart from my partner's nationality. And he advised me here after i do not need to fill a landing card and i can join the EU line also he did not stamp on my passport - this was happened in Heathrow terminal 5 then recently i returned back from India (Heathrow terminal 3) when I went to join the EU line the officers told me I should join the NON EU line although I explained my situation, I went to NON EU line then when i get to the Immigration desk, theImmigration officer asked me loads of questions and also asked me to fill landing card as well as she stamped on my passport.
When i looked at UK border force manual, it says '5.2 Endorsing the passports of residence card holders - Regulation 11(3) A Border Force officer may not place a stamp in the passport of a person who holds a residence card when he is admitted to the UK, even if they do not hold an EEA family permit. Regulation 11(3) expressly prohibits an officer from endorsing the passport of a person who holds a valid residence card or permanent residence card. In addition these passengers are not required to fill in a landing card and should not be asked to do so' my question, there is no set rule regarding this? Or UKBA staff is not aware of EEA rules? Yours faithfully, SR.