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Sheffield Visa Section - EEA FAMILY PERMIT

Use this section for queries concerning applications on any of the EEA series of forms, and also for applications for EEA Family Permits.

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Re: Sheffield Visa Section - EEA FAMILY PERMIT

Post by Merzit » Fri Dec 15, 2017 11:18 pm

Ola2 wrote:
Fri Dec 15, 2017 10:40 pm
Mughlii wrote:
Fri Dec 15, 2017 9:44 pm
hi 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
lET 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.

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.
Do not be afraid to take a big step , a precipice hopping is not passed.

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Re: Sheffield Visa Section - EEA FAMILY PERMIT

Post by Mughlii » Fri Dec 15, 2017 11:24 pm

thanks alot mate my friend spoke to spanish immigration officer on airport he told him about me about my status in spain as a family member of spanish citizen then he showed him the picture of my residence card aswell after that officer told him yes i can fly to uk without any problem he mentioned that you can only fly with your spouse and thats what i am gona do. and he said bring your merriage/civil partnership certificate, which i have and they cant refuse it because it is from spainish authorities my wife she never worked in uk she been there just for visit many times now she is going with me and i have been uk 3 years ago now i am going again and other proofs we have mobiles fully loaded with pictures and over conversations and my uk friend already spoke to his solicitor and clearly said that yes i can come and if there is any problem they try to make he will stand behind me
i saw many pp here they are waiting from last 6 monts they haven't got any answers till now and future how long it will take no idea so better take a chance if it is not gone through will apply for it again but i am waiting for thier response of my 3rd escalation they will be in touch with me in next week if they have a same shit on email i will go for withdrawal

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Re: Sheffield Visa Section - EEA FAMILY PERMIT

Post by Mughlii » Fri Dec 15, 2017 11:38 pm

Merzit wrote:
Fri Dec 15, 2017 11:18 pm
Ola2 wrote:
Fri Dec 15, 2017 10:40 pm
Mughlii wrote:
Fri Dec 15, 2017 9:44 pm
hi 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
lET 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.

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.
hi
can you please explain your experience waht exatly happen to you what they said to you when did you fly last time?

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Re: Sheffield Visa Section - EEA FAMILY PERMIT

Post by alex1990 » Sat Dec 16, 2017 1:07 am

yanaveron wrote:
Fri Dec 15, 2017 10:36 pm
Mughlii wrote:
Fri Dec 15, 2017 9:44 pm
hi 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
Hi,
Based on what your friend has found out at the Spanish/UK border, I would say go for it! Just in case, prepare with you your spouse UKs details ( work details, accommodation...), maybe more proves of your relation and maybe some printed conformation of your rights to enter in that way.Just be well prepared in case. And by the way, seems like applications made in October/ November are being considered more or less on time, so who knows if the UKs border officer doesn't let you enter and you have to apply again, maybe, your application will be considered on time.
Just my thoughts...
In any case I wish you luck and enter without any problem. Don't forget to update us.
I agreed with you
Try but be prepare well
Good luck in any case

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Re: Sheffield Visa Section - EEA FAMILY PERMIT

Post by Syd2017 » Sat Dec 16, 2017 8:38 am

Hii Guys Finally I got my EEA-FP today after three escalation :D :D :D
as per my knowledge not only me but three of my friends also got the FP this week.

Here's my timeline
application date :03-07-17
PLace: mumbai
working days: 116
third escalation done on 12th December
visa stamped on 13th december
delivered on 16 december.

after my third escalation,
12th dec i got mail from uk visa and imm.. saying they will contact me
13th dec than i got mail from Delhi saying that my application is under process and will contact me once its completed
14th dec The most awaited mail "processed visa application has been received "
16th got the passport

good luck guys... i think everyone should get by this month.

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Re: Sheffield Visa Section - EEA FAMILY PERMIT

Post by Ola2 » Sat Dec 16, 2017 9:25 am

Merzit wrote:
Fri Dec 15, 2017 11:18 pm
Ola2 wrote:
Fri Dec 15, 2017 10:40 pm
Mughlii wrote:
Fri Dec 15, 2017 9:44 pm
hi 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
lET 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.

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.
Hi Merzit,
The problem is that you lack information and yet you are not willing to learn. We dont know the circumstances surrounding you and your spouse, that could be why he was denied entry, perhaps you need to share that experience here. If you dont know something, pls dont call it "confusion". we are waiting to read your experience here pls. Thanks.

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Re: Sheffield Visa Section - EEA FAMILY PERMIT

Post by twitwi » Sat Dec 16, 2017 9:58 am

Emilia95 wrote:
Thu Dec 14, 2017 4:07 pm
twitwi wrote:
Thu Dec 14, 2017 2:43 pm
Emilia95 wrote:
Thu Dec 14, 2017 7:05 am
Hi
I applied on 15 September 17. Still waiting. Called the paid service last Friday and they said I should wait for 15 working days. Yesterday I got this email.

Thank you for your enquiry

Please be assured that we are still working on your application. I appreciate it is out of SLA, however we are doing all we can to get a decision back to you as soon as we can. Your patience would be appreciated in this matter.

If you have any further enquiries, please visit our website at www.GOV.UK

Kind Regards
ED
UKVI Contact Centre Service - UK Decision Making Centre
www.GOV.UK
Does anyone know what happens next?? Any information will be greatly appreciated. Thank you.
I got the same email one week after i called their paid service. Since then i am still waiting...
Where did you apply from and when?
I applied from paris on 11 october 2017.

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Re: Sheffield Visa Section - EEA FAMILY PERMIT

Post by patrasatya » Sat Dec 16, 2017 2:27 pm

Finally I got my EEA-FP today after few escalations

Here's my timeline
application date :29-06-17
Place: Hyderabad
visa stamped on 14th december
delivered on 16 december.

I will be flying Jan 15th. Wish to spend sometime with my parents.

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Re: Sheffield Visa Section - EEA FAMILY PERMIT

Post by Merzit » Sat Dec 16, 2017 3:31 pm

Mughlii wrote:
Fri Dec 15, 2017 11:38 pm
Merzit wrote:
Fri Dec 15, 2017 11:18 pm
Ola2 wrote:
Fri Dec 15, 2017 10:40 pm
Mughlii wrote:
Fri Dec 15, 2017 9:44 pm
hi 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
lET 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.

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.
hi
can you please explain your experience waht exatly happen to you what they said to you when did you fly last time?
Hi! Yes sure, I’ll share mi experience here:

My husband is Albanian and I am Spanish. He married with me in October 2016 in Spain, so my husband has the residence spanish for 5 years. Im 23 years old then Im not have work in Spain or my own house because im still studying. My parents consented that they take care of me and my husband at home while waiting for a Visa basically.
I contracted lawyer english for help about documents to send, about information etc.. he said everything its ok, my husband never been criminal or anything, he is clean.
Then around 100 persons told me (including embassy english) my husband isn’t allowed to enter in England just with residence because probably the police stop you. We try and the police in airport told us, before speaking about brexit not problem for enter, but right now 2017 no one chance to enter if you don’t get the Visa. That’s all.
Do not be afraid to take a big step , a precipice hopping is not passed.

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Re: Sheffield Visa Section - EEA FAMILY PERMIT

Post by yeth1216 » Sat Dec 16, 2017 4:46 pm

Merzit wrote:
Sat Dec 16, 2017 3:31 pm
Mughlii wrote:
Fri Dec 15, 2017 11:38 pm
Merzit wrote:
Fri Dec 15, 2017 11:18 pm
Ola2 wrote:
Fri Dec 15, 2017 10:40 pm


lET 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.

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.
hi
can you please explain your experience waht exatly happen to you what they said to you when did you fly last time?
Hi! Yes sure, I’ll share mi experience here:

My husband is Albanian and I am Spanish. He married with me in October 2016 in Spain, so my husband has the residence spanish for 5 years. Im 23 years old then Im not have work in Spain or my own house because im still studying. My parents consented that they take care of me and my husband at home while waiting for a Visa basically.
I contracted lawyer english for help about documents to send, about information etc.. he said everything its ok, my husband never been criminal or anything, he is clean.
Then around 100 persons told me (including embassy english) my husband isn’t allowed to enter in England just with residence because probably the police stop you. We try and the police in airport told us, before speaking about brexit not problem for enter, but right now 2017 no one chance to enter if you don’t get the Visa. That’s all.
Hello Merzit,
I know how you feel.This is so frustrating.I think they've just need more time to study your case as you have said you just married recently (oct.2016).This is very important to them.If you tried to fly and got refused why don't try overground? That is I am going to try on feb. If the permit doesn't come.Some experience had success when tried to overground.And many unsuccesfully tried to fly.

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Re: Sheffield Visa Section - EEA FAMILY PERMIT

Post by Ola2 » Sat Dec 16, 2017 6:19 pm

Merzit wrote:
Sat Dec 16, 2017 3:31 pm
Mughlii wrote:
Fri Dec 15, 2017 11:38 pm
Merzit wrote:
Fri Dec 15, 2017 11:18 pm
Ola2 wrote:
Fri Dec 15, 2017 10:40 pm


lET 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.

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.
hi
can you please explain your experience waht exatly happen to you what they said to you when did you fly last time?
Hi! Yes sure, I’ll share mi experience here:

My husband is Albanian and I am Spanish. He married with me in October 2016 in Spain, so my husband has the residence spanish for 5 years. Im 23 years old then Im not have work in Spain or my own house because im still studying. My parents consented that they take care of me and my husband at home while waiting for a Visa basically.
I contracted lawyer english for help about documents to send, about information etc.. he said everything its ok, my husband never been criminal or anything, he is clean.
Then around 100 persons told me (including embassy english) my husband isn’t allowed to enter in England just with residence because probably the police stop you. We try and the police in airport told us, before speaking about brexit not problem for enter, but right now 2017 no one chance to enter if you don’t get the Visa. That’s all.
Hi Merzit, thanks for trying to share your experience but it is not detailed enough to make sense to readers. Do you mean that your husband was refused to board the Plane to Uk from Spain or that UK immigration officer refused him to enter UK? Please, clarify this, thanks.

And if indeed he was refused entry at UK airport, what documents did he present to the immigration officer? If you can, please, share your experience in detail, this will help you/others get better information.
Thanks.

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Re: Sheffield Visa Section - EEA FAMILY PERMIT

Post by Mehmed1 » Sat Dec 16, 2017 6:46 pm

Hello,
I had my application “complete” on Visa4uk.com and I just checked it now is “in active”
Does anyone knows what it means ?

Thank you!

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Re: Sheffield Visa Section - EEA FAMILY PERMIT

Post by ipreciosa » Sat Dec 16, 2017 6:51 pm

Hi there, I've been reading your posts and I wonder if someone could advice me what to do in my case. I hold a residence card from Ireland and wanted to travel with my husband to the UK (he is british) so I applied for a Family Permit to avoid any hassle. After almost 5 months I received my refusal letter yesterday. I want to appeal because they gave me a lot of stupid reasons and they even got my details wrong. How long does it usually take the appealing process? Do they keep my passport? We decided to apply for this Family Permit because last July on our way back to Ireland through the UK I got stopped and held for an hour because they said I needed a visa to pass through. Has anyone had a similar situation?

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Re: Sheffield Visa Section - EEA FAMILY PERMIT

Post by ipreciosa » Sat Dec 16, 2017 7:10 pm

Ola2 wrote:
Sat Dec 16, 2017 9:25 am
Merzit wrote:
Fri Dec 15, 2017 11:18 pm
Ola2 wrote:
Fri Dec 15, 2017 10:40 pm
Mughlii wrote:
Fri Dec 15, 2017 9:44 pm
hi 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
lET 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.

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.
Hi Merzit,
The problem is that you lack information and yet you are not willing to learn. We dont know the circumstances surrounding you and your spouse, that could be why he was denied entry, perhaps you need to share that experience here. If you dont know something, pls dont call it "confusion". we are waiting to read your experience here pls. Thanks.
Hi, in my case my husband (british) and I (non EEA) were travelling through the UK on our way to Ireland where we live and got stopped at Gatwick and held for an hour. They wanted me to produce a visa even though I showed EU stamp 4 card, marriage certificate and even Article 10 regulations. They obviously looked in my background and saw I have 2 previous visitors visa refusals to the Uk but in the end they let me through because I had a plane to catch the same day to come back to Ireland. They told me next time I needed a visa.

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Re: Sheffield Visa Section - EEA FAMILY PERMIT

Post by yeth1216 » Sat Dec 16, 2017 7:20 pm

Mehmed1 wrote:
Sat Dec 16, 2017 6:46 pm
Hello,
I had my application “complete” on Visa4uk.com and I just checked it now is “in active”
Does anyone knows what it means ?

Thank you!
Hello Mehmed,
I would like to ask where can I check my application please? Thank you so much.

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Re: Sheffield Visa Section - EEA FAMILY PERMIT

Post by Mehmed1 » Sat Dec 16, 2017 7:23 pm

Visa4uk.com
You’ll need to sign in with your email

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Re: Sheffield Visa Section - EEA FAMILY PERMIT

Post by alex1990 » Sat Dec 16, 2017 7:39 pm

Mehmed1 wrote:
Sat Dec 16, 2017 6:46 pm
Hello,
I had my application “complete” on Visa4uk.com and I just checked it now is “in active”
Does anyone knows what it means ?

Thank you!
WHAT i your visa type?

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Re: Sheffield Visa Section - EEA FAMILY PERMIT

Post by Ola2 » Sat Dec 16, 2017 7:55 pm

Olajide1 wrote:
Fri Dec 08, 2017 10:47 am
Nitnav wrote:
Thu Dec 07, 2017 6:09 pm
Hello,

It was a gruelling wait for 110 working days and close to 5 months since I applied for my EEA FP to join my husband in London, and finally I’m glad to inform you all that I got my visa to travel to the UK.

I must say the information and suggestions posted in this forum helped me immensely to expedite our process. We kept escalating after every 15 or 20 day period, wrote to our MP, solvit after crossing 90 working days. Our MP had also sent us a letter explaining the situation and assured that he will be working on our case. Lo and behold, guess it worked for us. So please hang in there, your visa might be on it way.

Application submission: 3rd July from chennai, India
Not starlight forward email: 15th nov
No of escalations: 3
Got a confirmation mail: 4th dec
Received my passport with FP: 6th dec
Congratulations,
Finally someone from the month of July has been granted their visa.
I also applied in July but still waiting 99days today.
Once again congratulations have a great time with your family
Hi Olajide1,
Any news from Abuja, have you received your decision yet?

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Re: Sheffield Visa Section - EEA FAMILY PERMIT

Post by Ola2 » Sat Dec 16, 2017 8:03 pm

ipreciosa wrote:
Sat Dec 16, 2017 7:10 pm
Ola2 wrote:
Sat Dec 16, 2017 9:25 am
Merzit wrote:
Fri Dec 15, 2017 11:18 pm
Ola2 wrote:
Fri Dec 15, 2017 10:40 pm


lET 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.

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.
Hi Merzit,
The problem is that you lack information and yet you are not willing to learn. We dont know the circumstances surrounding you and your spouse, that could be why he was denied entry, perhaps you need to share that experience here. If you dont know something, pls dont call it "confusion". we are waiting to read your experience here pls. Thanks.
Hi, in my case my husband (british) and I (non EEA) were travelling through the UK on our way to Ireland where we live and got stopped at Gatwick and held for an hour. They wanted me to produce a visa even though I showed EU stamp 4 card, marriage certificate and even Article 10 regulations. They obviously looked in my background and saw I have 2 previous visitors visa refusals to the Uk but in the end they let me through because I had a plane to catch the same day to come back to Ireland. They told me next time I needed a visa.
As long as you equip yourself with those documents you have, and you EU spouse is with you, you are fine, they cant do nothing, all they can do is what they did, looking into your previous record with them, they cant do anything to you.

They investigate people more if they suspect marriage of convenience, if there is strong evidence, then they would do something based on that ground.

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Re: Sheffield Visa Section - EEA FAMILY PERMIT

Post by vicboy » Sat Dec 16, 2017 8:26 pm

I have been reading with interest the argument about traveling to the UK with or without a EEA family permit. Let me share my personal experience with everybody and i hope it helps people on this forum.

I am a non-EU national married to a British Citizen and we have two children(British). We got married in 2013 in Lagos Nigeria, but my Family lives in the United Kingdom. In June this year my wife exercised her treaty rights in Malta on the self sufficient route, I also applied for my residence card,everybody's residence card came out minus mine due to the fact that I am non-EU.In November this year to be there was urgent need to travel to the United Kingdom and there was even no time to apply for a family permit, so we set off from Malta, i bought a ticket on British airways going to Paris Via London gatwick for myself only, my family was on the same flight as well but they had tickets going to london as i have my schengen Visa,to cut a long story short we got to the border post and sought entry under eea regulations 2016. documents i presented are listed below. The border official only took away my residence application receipt and went inside. after like 20 minutes he came back with my passport stamped in and said next time i should try and get a visa. I told him they are taking forever processing EEA family permits so i didn't bother to apply, he said fair enough. That was it. I believe the fact that we have children helped immensely and also the marriage is four years +. I must also say before i embarked on this trip i sought advice on this from the senior members/moderators of this Forum all of them them ignored(which i believe was wrong) and didn't reply only a normal member encouraged me at observer_haters, i went with my personal conviction and i also sought legal advice from two senior immigration lawyers and i got the green light from them. Above all i give glory to the almighty God. i was only in the UK for a few days and i went back to Malta. I hope my experience helps everybody as personally i have learnt a lot on this Forum.


1.Wife and Children's Maltese Residence Cards
2. My Maltese residence application receipt
3. Lease agreement that has both our names on it.
4. Marriage Certificate
5. Comprehensive insurance Certificate for the whole family
6. Children’s birth certificates.
7.gym letter
8.letter from GP.
9. letter from Solicitor in Malta reminding them of the right of admission
10. Letter from Solicitor in England reminding them of the right of admission

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