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Syedd wrote: ↑Fri Sep 27, 2019 12:54 amHi all,
I am a parent of an Irish child who is 14 months old, I am originally from Pakistan living in Ireland for last 12 years. I have stamp 4 EU Fam, separated with my EU wife and now living with a non EU partner.
Can my Irish citizen children's nationality help me get a status in the UK.
We are planning to move to the UK.
Please guide me.
That is wholly incorrect. If there is a medical insurance and sufficient resources, the parent of an Irish child could qualify for residence rights in the UK.
Sufficient resources are a panacea for all. If you can find a job or you have sufficient resources, you can apply for residences in most of the countries in the world. It has nothing to do with the child.
Would derivative rights be applicable?littlerr wrote: ↑Fri Sep 27, 2019 5:28 pmSufficient resources are a panacea for all. If you can find a job or you have sufficient resources, you can apply for residences in most of the countries in the world. It has nothing to do with the child.
The question here is, how is the OP going to enter the UK? If he enters the UK using a Stamp 4EUFAM, he is treated as a beneficiary of EU Free Movement, which he does not actually possess (considering his spouse does not have the intention of living there with him). He can lie to the officer saying that his spouse will move to the UK with him, but that’s beyond what we can and should suggest.
If he applies for a UK Residence visa on his own, stating his child is an Irish citizen as the sole reason, I can’t see how the UKVI can grant that. Of course, if he has ‘sufficient resources’, then whether or not he has an Irish child is irrelevant.