BBC Explains Surinder Singh with a nice diagram!

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BBC Explains Surinder Singh with a nice diagram!

Postby deleted_user » Tue Jun 25, 2013 10:48 am

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Postby fatimahh » Tue Jun 25, 2013 12:48 pm

This should be made a Sticky!!! so easy to understand :) Thanks for sharing
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Postby vinny » Tue Jun 25, 2013 12:58 pm

fatimahh wrote:This should be made a Sticky!!! so easy to understand :) Thanks for sharing


Yes.

See also here (please don't post there).
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Postby vinny » Sat Dec 07, 2013 3:48 am

Jambo wrote:If you are in the process of a Surinder Singh route and still abroad, I suggest you read this post about changes in the regulations that intend to make it harder to do a "quick & dirty" Surinder Singh route. You might wish to apply for a EEA Family Permit now to benefit from the transitional arrangements which will be in place for people who applied before the changes come into effect (January 2014).
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Postby vinny » Tue Dec 10, 2013 10:51 pm

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Re: BBC Explains Surinder Singh with a nice diagram!

Postby EUsmileWEallsmile » Sun Jan 12, 2014 10:34 pm

Please bear in mind that the changes quoted above have taken effect.
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Re: BBC Explains Surinder Singh with a nice diagram!

Postby vinny » Wed Aug 12, 2015 9:50 am

Family members of British citizens (2016)
Policy notice - 02/2014 - Regulation 9 (Surinder Singh Cases)
EEA family permit
Caseworkers' Guidance
Caseworker guidance for applications under the Surinder Singh route from January 2014

Surinder Singh immigration route
Abuse of EU law and Surinder Singh
Home Office refuses Surinder Singh case because applicant knows law.
OB (EEA Regulations 2006 - Article 9(2) - Surinder Singh spouse) Morocco [2010] UKUT 420 (IAC) (16 November 2010)

Applicable to unmarried partners?
65 wrote:Similar argument was considered in Kamila Santos Campelo Cain. There a British national and his unmarried non-EEA national partner had three children, one of whom was born when he was exercising Treaty rights in Spain and Portugal over a two year period. It was argued that, whereas regulation 9 of the EEA Regulations did not apply to unmarried partners of British nationals, there was no distinction in principle which could be made between married and unmarried partners. The Upper Tribunal (Haddon-Cave J and Judge Kopieczek) accepted that the exercise of the right of free movement was as likely to be affected by the inability of a durable partner to reside with the EEA national as it would be were his or her spouse to be denied residence status. It accepted at paragraph 39 that the Surinder Singh principle does extend to persons such as the appellant who are in a durable relationship. I agree with this conclusion. It seems to me that Surinder Singh must now be read in the light of any new rights arising from the Directive, such as those benefiting family members falling within Article 3.2.
Unfortunately, the UKVI have not officially accepted this judgment.

New guidance issued for EU free movement and Surinder Singh cases >
EEA family permits: guidance for entry clearance officers
Free movement rights: family members of British citizens
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Re: BBC Explains Surinder Singh with a nice diagram!

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Re: BBC Explains Surinder Singh with a nice diagram!

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