return to uk with britïsh children and non eea spouse

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return to uk with britïsh children and non eea spouse

Postby john1978 » Tue Dec 03, 2013 10:46 am

Hello to All.

please we need Your comment.

as we planing going back to UK in next year,i am British citizen and my children are same,but my wife on German family residence card, i would like to use EEA route. as i have being treaty right in Germany for 3 years and we have being live together for 2 years now.

my question is.

1-how long is to take get the (entry clearance)

2- if i apply for an EEA family permit for my wife, do we have to Enter The UK in exact date we have given in the application form or is up to us when we want to Enter The UK.

Thank you very much for your help.
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Postby Jambo » Tue Dec 03, 2013 11:36 am

1. 1-3 weeks if apply from Germany.
2. The Family Permit is valid for 6 months. .
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Postby john1978 » Tue Dec 03, 2013 11:42 am

Thank You very much Jambo

We really appreciate your help.
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Postby john1978 » Sat Dec 07, 2013 7:51 pm

Hello to all again,please we need your help,my wife has appointment with World bridge on 09.12 Monday for family permit.
1.what document we should have?
2.what to say in cover letter?

thank you very much for your help.

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Postby Jambo » Sat Dec 07, 2013 8:30 pm

- proof of your employment in Germany (payslips for example)
- proof of residence for her
- marriage certificate
- both passports

- I would say in the cover letter that you as a British citizen has exercised your treaty rights in Getmany for X years living together with your wife for X years and you wish now to return to the UK.
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Postby john1978 » Sat Dec 07, 2013 8:41 pm

thank you very very much jambo.
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Postby john1978 » Tue Dec 10, 2013 11:58 am

dear Jambo

first of all thank you very much for your help
on 09.12.2013 my wife and i went to world bridge in munchen she applied for EEA FP. if we get it. how soon we must apply for RC when we go to the uk ? i mean how many month must be left on EEA FP to Apply for RC in the uk because we want to go to UK in Jun 2014 on the EEA FP Application form, We have said on the 07.02.2014 want to travel to The Uk, is that would be fine 2 month before EEA FP expired apply for RC?

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Postby Jambo » Tue Dec 10, 2013 1:41 pm

john1978 wrote:dear Jambo

first of all thank you very much for your help
on 09.12.2013 my wife and i went to world bridge in munchen she applied for EEA FP. if we get it. how soon we must apply for RC when we go to the uk ? i mean how many month must be left on EEA FP to Apply for RC in the uk because we want to go to UK in Jun 2014 on the EEA FP Application form, We have said on the 07.02.2014 want to travel to The Uk, is that would be fine 2 month before EEA FP expired apply for RC?

Thank you again.

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Postby john1978 » Tue Dec 17, 2013 10:12 am

Thank You so much for your help,
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We have applied on the 09.12.2013 for EEA FP I have checked online on the World bridge site Your application status Arrived at the Visa Section.
we are waiting for answer from them, see what they going to say.

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Postby john1978 » Thu Dec 19, 2013 12:24 pm

HI.

Just updating..

world Bridge visa info saying.

Your application status Visa decision ready for pick up by Applicant or Courier company.

but we don't now about the decision,we hope it is good decision.


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Postby john1978 » Fri Dec 20, 2013 3:56 pm

Thank You very much jambo

today we have received our document from Ukba visa section,EEA FP issue date 13.12.2013 expire date 13.06.2014

Please one more question.

my question is.

we want to enter the Uk in may 2014 is that would be alright if only one month before visa expiry to apply for RC card?


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Postby chaoclive » Fri Dec 20, 2013 4:19 pm

It will be fine. Why did you apply so early if you are only thinking about going back in May 2014? What 'date of entry' did you write on the application form?

Just apply for the residence card (EEA2) when you are back in the UK.

Don't forget you will be asked to present your German payslips (or other proof of your employment) when your wife is applying for EEA2. You must make sure you have these handy (even if they were submitted when you applied for the EEA FP, you must be able to provide them again!)....this might take some work. Also, you will need to prove that you were living together (contract etc)
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Postby john1978 » Fri Dec 20, 2013 7:22 pm

chaoclive wrote:It will be fine. Why did you apply so early if you are only thinking about going back in May 2014? What 'date of entry' did you write on the application form?

Just apply for the residence card (EEA2) when you are back in the UK.

Don't forget you will be asked to present your German payslips (or other proof of your employment) when your wife is applying for EEA2. You must make sure you have these handy (even if they were submitted when you applied for the EEA FP, you must be able to provide them again!)....this might take some work. Also, you will need to prove that you were living together (contract etc)


Hi chaoclive

I have applied early because of the new rule change on 01 14,and i have put the date on 07.02.2014 but they have issue my wife visa on 13.12.2013-13.06.2014.

and as i am living in germany i must let my landlord 3 month now.
before we travel we must sort some things out.
i don't have problem with payslip and work contract i have all that.

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Postby Jambo » Fri Dec 20, 2013 10:46 pm

john1978 wrote:Thank You very much jambo

today we have received our document from Ukba visa section,EEA FP issue date 13.12.2013 expire date 13.06.2014

Please one more question.

my question is.

we want to enter the Uk in may 2014 is that would be alright if only one month before visa expiry to apply for RC card?


thank you very much for all your help.

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The main purpose of the EEA Family Permit is to allow entry to the UK. Your wife could apply for the 5 years RC anytime you wish. The same day you land or several moths down the line (even after the FP expired). Under EEA Regulations there is no legal requirement to hold a valid "visa" as rights are obtained automatically. It is advisable to apply for RC to make it easier to prove those rights (to employers for example).
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Postby john1978 » Fri Dec 20, 2013 11:10 pm

thank you very much jambo.

this fourm were help me so much and made my life so easy and i did learn alot of things about eu rights and extra.

I thank you again jambo.

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Re: return to uk with britïsh children and non eea spouse

Postby john1978 » Sat Feb 01, 2014 6:04 pm

Hello To all again,


please i have some qustion about how to fill in the EEA2 form?

1-do i have to print all of the form it is 29 pages?

2-SECTION 5 – SURINDER SINGH CASES
3-5.4 EEA member state in which your British citizen partner exercised Treaty rights as a worker
or self-employed person(i am worker do i have to writing down in that long box?
4-do i have to fill in SECTION 6 ?

please what els in the form do i have to fill in? i would like to make my wifes eea2 application form ready before we enter the uk thank you very much for your help.

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Re: return to uk with britïsh children and non eea spouse

Postby EUsmileWEallsmile » Sat Feb 01, 2014 6:43 pm

Whether you choose to use the form or not is up to you. There is no requirement to use it. If you choose to do so, I would print the whole form in case someone thinks you've missed pages and returns it to you.
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Re: return to uk with britïsh children and non eea spouse

Postby john1978 » Sat Feb 01, 2014 8:39 pm

EUsmileWEallsmile wrote:Whether you choose to use the form or not is up to you. There is no requirement to use it. If you choose to do so, I would print the whole form in case someone thinks you've missed pages and returns it to you.



thank you EUsmileWEallsmile for quick reply.

there is any other option to apply for resdence card for my wife? how can i apply for RC with out the eea2 AF?

please could you explaine more for me.

thank you so much for your help.

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