Ola2 wrote: ↑Fri Dec 15, 2017 10:40 pmlET ME MAKE THIS CLEAR, yes you can travel to uk without an eea family permit if you are and EU family member in possession of a residence card issued under article 10. All you need to do is to travel with your EU/EEA spouse, with your marriage certificate and all documents that proves that your relationship is genuine, you can also choose to take some of your pictures (your pic with your spouse together) and thats all. this can only work if you are travelling together with your spouse.Mughlii wrote: ↑Fri Dec 15, 2017 9:44 pmhi guys i am going to withdrawal my application which i made on 17 aug still pending but know i find out that i can travel without eea family permit because one of my friend from uk came to visit me in spain and he is gone yesterday i gave him the job to find out about travelling without eeafp and he did it very well he spoke to the spanish immigration authorities about my situation and they gave him positive answer which is yes i can travel without eeafp conditions with your spouse eea national ,family member residence card ,which i have one and certificate of civil partnerships/merriage and he said you shouldn't have any problem in uk aswell and secondly when he get to uk he spoke to one of uk immigration officer they even said that yes i can travel without eeafp they will let me in (he recorded all conversations) now you guys tell me should i take a try or kep waiting for another 6 monts
If your spouse is already in uk, and you happen to make your way to the boarder, pls make sure you have above documents with you, including your EU's spouse prove of employment, they will surely let you in, its much better that your spouse is contactable also via telephone incase immigration officer wants to call him/her on phone.
This info is also on Home Office website.
Hope this would help many of you who want to travel by road to the uk boarder or those who have the above mentioned residence card in another EU member state.
thats all !!
Please don’t make confusion about this. I am Spanish and my husband is here in Spain with spanish residence. He try travel WITH ME to London and police on airport denied to enter because my husband NOT HAS A VISA. So, that information is irrelevant, he can try enter but sure 99% possibilities to not enter in England.