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I would like to ask you a suggestion about my EEA2 Application for residence card, my situation:

- I am Brazilian and I have a EEA Family Permit valid until 14.Jun.2014, my husband has German citizen.
- I am living in London and I working as a self employee (I constitute my company to work as IT professional and I have a contract) and I earn sufficient to have a good life in UK.
- My husband is not working and he is a job seeker registered in many agencies and governmental entities.
- We have enough money in Brazil to prove that he is self-sufficient,

My questions are:

- Should I apply as him self-sufficient or job seeker?
- Where should I mentioned in EEA2 Form that I have a company and I am working?
- Is there any Special or Premium Service that I could pay to do not wait 6 months?

Thanks for your help,

Patricia

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As EEA citizen is a jobseeker, it's going to be more difficult. Self-sufficiency based on your work is possible but then you both require to have comprehensive sickness insurance and must enclose evidence of that. Expect to pay around 300 each.

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