I have been filling the online EEA FP to join my wife in the UK. I have obtained several General visit visas to visit her on a regular basis before we got married.
For these General visas, I have been feeling out the Employment and Income section.
This section happens to appear again under...
My partner applied end of May (2017) for a UK residence card as an EEA family member (I am French, he is Brazilian).
He received the Confirmation Of Application letter on July 26.
On September 13, the application status on the Home Office website was changed to "Decided".
I need urgent help!
I am a non EEA national (Indian Passport) with a EEA FP.
Married to a EU national (Portuguese) on 11-12-2014
EEA FP issued in Portugal (Lisbon) to enter UK valid until 06th-June-2016 (Expired already)
Entered UK on 14th December 2016
Started working in February-2017 with...
My partner is going to apply for a residence card as the family member of an EEA national, using the EEA (FM) form.
Do all pages have to be printed out and mailed, even the blank ones which do not apply to us?
There seems to be new changes to how you can apply for a registration certificate. These have appeared recently on the .gov website. First change is that registration certificate forms(EEA-QP) can be filled in online but also from what I am seeing, you can add a family member to your...
I (non EEA national) am currently filling in the EEA FM form and I am stuck on the "personal reference number" section of the form. I have two questions that I would like to ask.
1) Does the Home Office reference number refer to the number used in previous visa applications, such as the...
I would like to thank everyone who has made a contribution on this forum as I received all my help and advice on here. Thanks especially to Joppa and Jrge
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1) The EEA nationals...
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I have applied for a residence card 2 months ago and received my COA already a month ago. Now two weeks ago I have sent in two requests to get me and my partner's passports returned to us but I have not received anything yet. No confirmation emails either.
I sent a progress...
I'm applying for my Residence card and I'm stuck in this question.
I've submitted my Family Permit in Rome, Italy.
What should I put on
*the name in which your/their fingerprints were taken
*place at which they were taken
*British diplomatic post if they were taken abroad...