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Hi,
Can you suggest any cheap insurance to support my eea fp unmarried partner application. Because I want to include insurance policies to support my application.

Thanks a lot guys for all your support especially to joppa & Jrge.
 

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What kind of insurance? Why do you think it will help your family permit application? What you need is a solid, documented record of two years of cohabitation.
 

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Thanks for quick reply Joppa. Medical insurance maybe? Yes I can provide the two years cohabitation, we just want to be sure that our documents enough to get eea fp.
 

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Include comprehensive sickness insurance only when mandated by EU rules, and in any case it's only needed for residence card application when you will be exercising treaty rights on a self-sufficient basis. You can open a joint savings account, perhaps off-shore.
 

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Discussion Starter · #5 · (Edited)
We have joint account but it is an account in the Philippines and only small amount. We have an account here in Spain but and individual account because we cannot open a joint account here in Spain coz I am non resident here
 

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As I said, I don't know how relevant insurance or joint account is for EEA family permit, provided you can evidence durable relationship in other ways, such as photos, trips together and communication record.
 

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Ok thanks joppa. We have skype chat and emails but our conversation sometimes was in our own language. Is this ok or do i still need to translate into English?
 
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