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EEA Family Permit

Are you an EEA national and would like your partner to live and work in the UK?

Under European Community law, right of residence gives EEA nationals' partners (no matter from which county) the right to legally work and live in the UK.

Right of residence will be given to an EEA national's dependent who applies for an EEA Residence Permit Visa for the UK.

An EEA National has the right to bring their dependants from Non-European Countries as long as they are able to financially support them.

At Embertons Solicitors we are experts in getting you an EEA Residence Permit. We will manage your application from start to finish, ensuring that it's done right the first time, avoiding costs in re-applying!

 

What are the Criteria for an EEA Family Permit?

In order to qualify for EEA Family Permit Visa, your partner or close family members need to be a national of one of the EEA member countries as well as being able to demonstrate that they are in a position to support you and themselves.

Applicants must be able to prove that they are in a bona fide relationship with their EEA Family member.

Speak to our specialist immigration advisors at Pro Visas  for help and advice and action; to avoid unnecessary expenses and ensure your EEA Residence Permit application has the best possible chance of success!

Why Choose Us?

By choosing Pro Visas to assist you with your application you will receive one-to-one case management. One of our  Immigration Advisors will manage your application from start to finish. Our Immigration adviser is an EX-Home Office Immigration Officer who has the very best in knowledge and experience, which will be used on your case

 

What to do next?

It is simple. Please call us on  or simple fill in our Free Enquiry No Obligation Form at the top of this page and we will call you back quickly

We will treat your enquiry as important and confidential and we will not pass your personal details to any third parties for marketing purposes.

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