EEA Family Permit
What Is An EEA Family Permit?
The EEA Family Permit provides entry into the UK for Non-EU family members of EU nationals currently residing in the UK. When travelling with family to the UK, we strongly advise travelling with this permission, as you may not be granted entry without it. The Home Office does not charge a fee for the EEA Family Permit.
SupportFor Your Application For An EEA Family Permit
There has been a court ruling which supports the right of family members from the EEA to join their loved ones in the UK. It came about from a case initiated by Sean McCarthy, an Irish citizen, who wanted to bring his Columbian wife to the UK from Spain. Specifically, the ruling states: “Member States are, in principle, required to recognize a residence card issued under Article 10 of Directive 2004/38, for the purposes of entry into their territory without a visa.”
Experts In UK EEA Family Permit
The experts at A Y & J Solicitors are well practiced in successf
ully acquiring these EEA Family Permits. Our lawyers understand exactly how to process applications that will be approved, and they will work with you to ensure you understand fully all requirements. They will ensure that the process of receiving an EEA Family Permit is pleasant and hassle-free. A Y & J Solicitors is always delighted at being able to bring families together through the EEA Family Permit.
Who Can Apply For An EEA Family Permit?
- You must be the family member of someone who has EU citizenship, and is exercising the EU treaty rights.
EEA Family Visa Requirements
You must show that:
- You are a family member of an EU national
- You will remain in the same household with the EU national or their dependent
- The EU national is exercising EU treaty rights.
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Applying for an EEA Family Permit is a critical step towards bringing your family together. It is important to submit an acceptable application in order to receive approval. For help from the immigration experts in applying for the EEA Family Permit, or for help with any immigration matter,
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