A negative decision on a Finnish residence permit does not automatically cancel a Lithuanian residence permit, and the rights you have due to that.Charmmie wrote: ↑Fri Jan 14, 2022 3:57 pmi and my Husband met on a dating site in June 2021, and everything went from 0-100 we realized we were compatible and wanted to start a family together, so he asked me to move in with him in September 2021 and after we met with his family, he proposed to me and we got married in December 2021. we were advised by border security to apply for my resident permit immediately because i had a few days left on my 90 days after the wedding because my place of residence is in Lithuania and i am also a third country national, i only school in Lithuania so i have a resident permit for student there.
while filling the application, i was asked to fill the form MP_1 because i was making the application from Finland. now i and my husband's fear is that since we didn't object to possible deportation on the form, if for any reason, i get a negative decision, will i be asked to go back to Lithuania while we try again or be sent back to my home country which is Africa?
Do you still have a valid Lithuanian RP?Charmmie wrote: ↑Fri Jan 14, 2022 3:57 pmwe already got a date to come for capturing next month and since i school in Lithuania, will it be okay for me to go for exams after the capturing even though my lectures are online because of covid or should i pause my studies in Lithuania for the moment while we focus on getting the RP
Having applied in Finland protects you from deportation from Finland, but it does not grant you the right to visit Lithuania.
Your plans regarding studies and where to live after marriage are not clear.
At first sight I would say you should reside in Lithuania (with frequent visits between you and your husband) until you got your degree.
You didn't tell what kind of studies at what kind of school/university you are doing, usually transferring to a different country during studies is not possible.
You would have to find a Finnish school/university that offers your degree in a language you speak, accepts you into the program, and gives you credit for the studies you already had.
Does your school in Lithuania permit you to continue studying there after moving away from Lithuania?
Moving is when you moved, visits before that date are normal (you have likely also visited your future husband before marrying and moving).Charmmie wrote: ↑Fri Jan 14, 2022 3:57 pmAlso i have my sister here in Finland so i have been visiting them on and off since 2020 and in the form they asked when i arrived in Finland so i picked the September which was the last time i came from school and moved in with my spouse.. will that also be a problem since they would probably know i have previous entries?
It's not that uncommon.Charmmie wrote: ↑Fri Jan 14, 2022 3:57 pmi know it's a lot but we are kind of nervous with alot of hearsay and also waiting isn't really comforting either, so i would appreciate if someone can help with their experience because we are scared they may say we got married too soon after knowing ourselves for 6 months only.