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Just go to the Portuguese embassy in London site and look up Schengen visa for family member of EEA citizen.

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Just go to the Portuguese embassy in London site and look up Schengen visa for family member of EEA citizen.
Okay thanks joppa. I did go on the website but could not find anything regarding family member of EEA citizen...i havent a clue if im actually looking at the right thing. But when i do click on visa its not letting me go to the page.

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Post Hi Joppa

I am a Philippine passport holder with 5 year ILE BRP and married to a British national. We are planning to go Paris, Greece, Italy and Spain. Those are part of Schengen area right? Do i need to apply for a schengen visa? Thank you so much.

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Yes, until you get naturalised as British citizen.

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Okay thanks joppa. I did go on the website but could not find anything regarding family member of EEA citizen...i havent a clue if im actually looking at the right thing. But when i do click on visa its not letting me go to the page.
You haven't looked closely enough!
Go to Online Visa Application - Portal das Comunidades Portuguesas / Vistos, click Visa Form and only complete details without * as family member of EEA citizen.

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You haven't looked closely enough!
Go to Online Visa Application - Portal das Comunidades Portuguesas / Vistos, click Visa Form and only complete details without * as family member of EEA citizen.
Thanks joppa. Sorry i just didnt realise it was another website. Thank you so much for the link.

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Also i read somewhere that i need to provide a whole load of supporting documents is that true for EEA family members? And is there a fee?

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No. Just your marriage certificate, EU citizen's passport, applicant's passport. Marriage certificate may have to be apostilled (legalised) - check Embassy site or contact them.

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No. Just your marriage certificate, EU citizen's passport, applicant's passport. Marriage certificate may have to be apostilled (legalised) - check Embassy site or contact them.
Thanks joppa. Your help is much appreciated

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Hello there, Thanks so much for this. I just wanted to clarify a couple of points.

I am a UK citizen, my husband is a US citizen here on a UK spousal visa, he now has his UK residents permit card. If we want to travel within Europe does he need to apply for a schengen visa? My understanding is that he doesn't need one because he will be travelling on a US passport? He will obviously travel with his UK BRP and will be with me the whole time anyway. Would we be eligible for an EEA permit? Would that make life easier? Any help much appreciated.

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