Previously received some great input on here, so back again.
My partner is a EEA citizen and I'm from India. We met while we were students in the UK and have been in a relationship since. Earlier this year, we applied for a marriage visitor visa so we can get married in the UK. However, this got rejected as they stated a job offer letter that I attached was not genuine, which is not the fact, and I have proof confirming this from the company as well.
Post the refusal my partner and I decided to get married in India, and we had a brief religious ceremony and got the the marriage certificate from the registrar, I have also got it apostilled.
Now that I'm going to apply for a EEA permit, do you think I should submit the documents to counter the refusal? (On the online application, I have explained the situation when asked for travel history and refusals)
We have also gathered enough evidence like photos, screenshots of texts and hotel/flight bookings of our travels together of two years to prove that it is a genuine relationship, as I have read about many refusals due to this reason.