JK_Ironak wrote:From what is said here, if my husband was a student I would be banned from coming here to live with him just because I am from EU, but non-EU person would get in. Just makes no sense.
You're absolutely correct; it makes no sense.. because it's not correct. You keep making up the same thing, that somehow EU people are no-no and non-EU people are yes-yes. It is NOT correct.
JK_Ironak wrote:There was no file, police told me without knowing anything about me, the moment I asked them about applying based on family ties with my husband.
Whoa! In that case, it's your own fault. You should NEVER accept a negative "decision" based on what some government employee verbally tells you. NEVER. You should have asked "Why? Based on what law? Can you please how me where on the Migri website it says so?"
It's common knowledge in Finland that Vero and Migir/Poliisi (immigration issues) will sometimes verbally tell you anything to get rid of you. I remember tens of threads about that in here.
JK_Ironak wrote:It just made no sense to me the would require the income requirement from me as an EU citizen, and not from someone from outside of EU.
Oh my god. We're having a severe miscommunication issue here.
This is NOT true. The EU-ness or the non-EU-ness of the person doesn't matter here. I'll try to make it easier to understand for you:
- EU guy living in Finland + EU girl. EU registration -> YES Income requirements!
- EU guy living in Finland + EU girl. Finnish RP -> YES Income requirements!
- Finnish guy living in Finland + EU girl. Finnish RP -> NO income requirements!
- Finnish guy living in Finland + EU girl. EU registration ->YES Income requirements!
- Finnish guy living in Finland + non-EU girl. Finnish RP -> NO Income requirements!
- Non-EU guy living in Finland + non-EU girl. Finnish RP -> YES Income requirements!
Please tell me you understand now.
Every f*cking case is unique. You can't measure the result of your application based on arbitrary anecdotes online. Stop being a moron!