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European Economic Area (EEA) Family Permit - Derivative Rights of Residence
Children may be supported throughout their education within the EEA by the exercise of a ‘derivative right of residence’.
An EEA Family Permit can be applied for by anyone with a ‘derivative right of residence’ as the:
- primary carer of an EEA child in the UK who is financially independent
- a child of an EEA former worker and your currently in education in the UK
- primary carer of a child of an EEA former worker and the child is currently in education in the UK
- primary carer of a British child
- primary carer of a British dependant adult
- a child of a primary carer who qualifies through one of these categories.
A primary carer is one who has the responsibility of the day to day care of the of the EEA or British child or dependant adult, making decisions about their education, health and finances and is a family member, or legal guardian, including:
- spouse or civil partner
Derivative Residence Card – Family Permit
- An applicant for a Derivative Residence Card needs to be already living in the UK
- Anyone living outside of the UK will need to apply for an EEA Family Permit
- A Derivative Residence Card application can only be made from within the UK, for as long as the person being cared for continues to reside in the UK.
How Can We Help?
The rules and regulations governing all immigration matters are detailed and complex and it is essential that expert guidance is sought to ensure that accurate applications are submitted which are suitable for proper consideration by the authorities and to avoid the waste of substantial fees in the case of rejected applications.
Kangs Solicitors maintains an established team which assists clients with all aspects of asylum and immigration issues at all stages from Application preparation to Tribunal representation and any subsequent Appeal Hearings.
Who Can I Contact For Help?
Please feel free to contact our Immigration Team through either of the following who will be happy to speak to you and guide you:
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