Pursuivant wrote:To my knowlege, an "EU resident" can move "with non-EU spouse" so the spouse "gets registered" when they move from one EU country to another due to this "free movement" and !"#¤% ... so if some gyppos get free movement why don't Finnish citizens I just ask? Or is it just that Finns are 2nd class citizens in their own country...
Yes, but in this case the legal definition of "spouse" apparently goes to being able to "prove" cohabitation.
In other words, Finland does recognize cohabitation, but can the OP "prove" cohabitation?
That is why the OP should get answers from migri.fi, to KNOW their legal status.
The right papers, in the right order and in the right office, etc.
Maybe the OP is fully qualified as a "spouse", but maybe not, and NOW is the time to get the facts.