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Thank you for your response. I was hoping maybe there exists a relevant annex as the EEA legislation seemed incredibly short but I know very little about all this stuff. MN1 form it is.secret.simon wrote: ↑Sat Feb 27, 2021 7:40 pmTo the best of my knowledge, no.
The old EEA Regulations required residence in the UK for at least five years, even as a family member of both parents having PR, unless some very specific conditions were met (where, for instance, the EEA citizen had died after having resided in the UK for at least two years immediately before their death, or if the EEA citizen was a "worker or self-employed person who has ceased activity").
The Settlement Scheme in this case applies the requirements of the non-EEA Immigration Rules, which is that children born abroad have the status of the less-privileged parent. Therefore, if both parents are settled, the child is also treated as settled (because that is the lowest status held between the two parents). That did not apply in 2010 to people residing in the UK under the EEA Regulations.