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  1. Britain Expat Forum for Expats Living in the UK
    Hi all, I am an American married to a Norwegian. I got my EEA2 residency card in early 2016, and my wife and I have been living and working in London since. Now, we are planning on moving back to the US. She has had her US Green Card approved. I will be moving back to the US in early November...
  2. Britain Expat Forum for Expats Living in the UK
    I realize this may be the most naïve question of all - as most brexit related questions are answered with "nobody knows". but for the EEA residence cards that they issue now to spouses of EEA citizens.. are they suddenly invalid march 2019? or depends on if some kind of a deal is stroke? I...
  3. Britain Expat Forum for Expats Living in the UK
    could someone clarify for me; if i show up at Croydon PSC to apply for registration certificate (im EEA national), do they a) accept an application and give me a time for an appointment at a date possibly far in the future OR b) accept AND handle my application there and then ? reading the HO...
  4. Britain Expat Forum for Expats Living in the UK
    Could someone say a a yes or no; Me and non-EEA partner are in UK on FP and due to apply for RC/EEA2 soon. Me being self sufficient, we got private insurance as required. Due to ridiculous (too long to share) circumstances, getting a referral and appointment paid by the insurance seems to be...
  5. Britain Expat Forum for Expats Living in the UK
    Hi all, me and non-EEA spouse are now in UK, arrived on FP. Maybe someone has been in a similar position and can offer help - sorry for long post! :) 1. loss of passport: we were thinking of applying for EEA/RC soon, but realized that my spouse will need his passport as an ID for 3 exams he...
  6. Britain Expat Forum for Expats Living in the UK
    Hi everyone, I am applying for my EEA2/Residence Card as the spouse of an EU citizen. I know it will give me the right to be in the UK for five years. Do I need to "count days" when I am outside of the UK during that time? My husband is a teacher so we were thinking of spending a few months...
  7. Britain Expat Forum for Expats Living in the UK
    Do I qualify for the UK's "registered traveller" system with an EEA2 residence card? I have a 5 year EEA2 residence card by way of an EEA FP due to my wife's Norwegian nationality. We live in London. The registered traveller website (https://www.gov.uk/registered-traveller) states that those...
  8. Britain Expat Forum for Expats Living in the UK
    Hi everyone, 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...
  9. Britain Expat Forum for Expats Living in the UK
    Hi all, I am about to apply for the Residence card for my wife (non-EEA). However, I have one query regarding her need to have a comprehensive health insurance. I have read online that both of us will need to have a comprehensive health insurance otherwise the application may be...
  10. Britain Expat Forum for Expats Living in the UK
    I am an American, married to a Norwegian and in Britain on an EEA Family Permit. When I initially applied for the FP, I submitted proof of my private American health insurance. Now that I have an FP, I have a job in the UK and I qualify for the UK NHS. As such, I have discontinued my private...
  11. Britain Expat Forum for Expats Living in the UK
    Hi all, I am an American, married to a Norwegian. We are living in London. I am working here and my wife is getting her Master's degree. I have an EEA family permit that expires May 20th. I applied for my EEA2Residency Card (RC) January 18th, and I received my Certificate of Application (CoA)...
  12. Britain Expat Forum for Expats Living in the UK
    Hi everyone, I have two queries regarding the the UK Residence Card (apply via EEA(FM) form) and the EEA Family Permit. Background My wife (currently on a marriage visa) and I are currently both in the UK. Her marriage visa will end on 30th June 2016. 1. We are about to send the...
  13. Britain Expat Forum for Expats Living in the UK
    Hello Everyone, I am a Indian National and my Wife is Spanish. I'm currently in the UK on the basis of a EEA1 visa which is set to expire in June 2016. we have rented a flat and we live together. My wife has just graduated with a masters degree and she is trying to get a "full-time job", until...
  14. Britain Expat Forum for Expats Living in the UK
    Hi everyone, I am a US citizen in the UK on an EEA family permit. My spouse is Dutch and working full-time here x6+ months. I just got my NIN and accepted a job offer here to work full-time. We will soon send in our application for EEA2 and I have a few questions: - Do the letters showing...
  15. Britain Expat Forum for Expats Living in the UK
    I am an American married to a Norwegian. We live in London. I arrived here two weeks ago on an EEA FP that i was granted after we got married. My wife is exercising her treaty rights as a Master's student. I have two job interviews next week. My wife and I will also be out of the UK December 19...
  16. Britain Expat Forum for Expats Living in the UK
    Hello everyone, I am an American married to a Norwegian. I applied for and received an EEA family permit and I just arrived in the UK two days ago. I have joined my wife who is exercising her treaty rights as a Master's student in London. I am now applying for jobs, but I am confused about EEA2...
  17. Britain Expat Forum for Expats Living in the UK
    Dear friends, I have just received an awful new: my EEA2 application was refused. I haven`t read the letter yet because I`m working - or trying to do it. My passport is kept with the Home Office. I`m a Brazilian married to an Italian and I arrived in the UK in the beginning of May with a...
  18. Britain Expat Forum for Expats Living in the UK
    Hello, I am applying for the EEA2 Residence Permit. My husband is an EEA citizen and a qualified person (student). On Section 16, as proof of comprehensive sickness insurance, we need to submit: Valid European Health Insurance Card (EHIC) (formerly form E111) issued by an EEA Member State...
  19. Britain Expat Forum for Expats Living in the UK
    Hello everyone, I need some advice with my eea2 application, my eea2 application was received by home office on 28th August and the payment was made on 1th September, today i got the biometric letter together with the COA and the COA letter is with no right to work although I applied as...
  20. Britain Expat Forum for Expats Living in the UK
    Hi everyone, I am an EU citizen married to an Australian citizen who is in the process of applying for the EEA2. At the moment I am applying for an EEA registration certificate myself, to make this process smoother. Most of my concerns are regarding the cost of the comprehensive health...
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