An EEA national who are exercising their right to free movement under the European Treaties is entitled to be issued with a ‘Registration Certificate’ in confirmation of their lawful status in the United Kingdom.
Non-EEA National’s who are looking to join their spouse/partner in the United Kingdom need to make an application accordingly to secure a ‘Family Permit’. Such application will be successful if non-EEA National provide evidence of relationship and evidence of EEA National’s exercising EC Treaty in the United Kingdom.
Our fees structure is clear with an information upfront to the client depending complexities of the application. We provide service on a fixed fees basis.
Non-EEA National’s living in relation with their EEA National need to secure a ‘Residence Card’. This will be issued to such applicant’s if they submit their application with evidence of their relationship with evidence of their EEA National’s exercising EC Treaty in the United Kingdom.
Extended Family Members (EFM’s) of EEA National’s are also entitled to ‘Family Permit’ and ‘Residence Card’.
Non-EEA National’s are entitled to be granted ‘Residence Card’ if their relationship broke down in certain circumstances. This is called ‘Retained Right of Residence’ under the EEA Regulations 2006.
EEA National’s or Non-EEA National’s are entitled to be granted ‘Permanent Residence Card‘ on presentation of their lawful living in the United Kingdom under the EEA Regulations 2006.
Once ‘Permanent Residence Card’ is acquired, this would lead them to secure ‘British nationality’ if they have successfully secure’Life in the UK’ and a required ‘English Language’ certificate.
We provide services to EEA Citizen’s and Non-EEA Citizen’s to secure a lawful residence in the United Kingdom.