EEA Applications

EEA Family Members & Extended Family members

A family member, who is a non EEA national, can apply for a Residency Permit to join their EEA national family member in UK. The family member’s rights are derived from the European law.

Family members include:

  • Spouse
  • Children under the age of 21 years of age
  • Other family members such as siblings, uncles and aunts

If you wish to apply for a Resident Permit as a non EEA national, you will need to show:

  • You are a family member of the EEA national
  • You are financially and emotionally dependent upon the EEA national

The Resident Permit will be issued for the same length of period as the EEA national family member’s Resident Permit.  If you continuously meet the criteria for a non EEA family member for 5 years, you can apply for Permanent Residency in your own right.

If you are a non EEA family member wanting to apply for a Resident Permit, we can help you.

EEA Permanent Residency

An EEA national who has been exercising his Treaty Rights in the UK, such as, you are a worker, self employed person, self-sufficient person, student or retired person can apply for Permanent Residency after completing 5 years in the UK. The applicant will be eligible to apply for British Nationality under the European Union law.

To apply for a Permanent Residency you will need to show:

  • You are an EEA national
  • You have completed continuously 5 years period in the UK
  • You continue to exercise your Treaty Rights in the UK
  • You have a medical insurance
  • You meet the financial and accommodation requirements

 

If you would like to apply for a Permanent Residency, please contact us today on:

 

EEA Resident Permit

Although there is no need for the EEA nationals to get a resident permit as it only confirms their existing rights to stay and work. However, it is considered important when there is a non-EEA national family member deriving his / her rights from the EEA national.

To apply for a EEA Resident Permit you will need to show:

  • You are a national of an EEA member state
  • You are exercising your Treaty Rights in the UK, such as, you are a worker, self employed person, self-sufficient person, student or retired person.

The Resident Permit is granted for a duration for the length of the purpose you require.