UKBA have announced a series of changes to the rights for EEA nationals and their families to enter and reside in the UK.
The changes include;
- Removal of the requirement that an extended member of the family must have resided in a country in which the EEA national also resides.
- Amendments to the rights of entry and residence for a primary carer of a British Citizen.
- Changes to enable the Secretary of State to accept alternative identification where a person is unable to provide a valid passport or ID card.
- Applicants claiming to be the durable partner of an EEA national may only appeal where they have provided sufficient evidence of the relationship with that EEA national.
If you are an EEA national and are making an application to UKBA, we can manage this process for you.
Please contact the office on 01793 836 010 to discuss how we can help.