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hi my frnd best of luck with ur new journey can u plz make it clear u traveled with eea family permit or without family permit and i belive ur saying eea family member residence card is that true if its is thank u very much for information i am gona be soon in manchester i am traveling with my spouse but without family permit lets see what they got for me thanks any wayunuojeye wrote: ↑Sat Feb 03, 2018 6:36 pmHello Mughili and for all those who cannot wait any longer, just want to notify you that if you have your EEA family permit you can travel. you only need your spouse to travel with you. I am already in manchester. my husband travelled with me. arrived on thursday night. with Rynair airline. only asked some questions about my marriage and asked for my marriage documents and and my husband showed them every other documents he had with him(at manchester airport)i will only advise that you hold all your documents . so show proof. depending on the type of question asked.I wish you all the best.
congratulations,dmlylmz wrote: ↑Thu Feb 08, 2018 2:22 pmhi everyone,
its Damla from Turkey. I applied from Turkey Ankara at 27/09/2017 and today I have seen that they have changed my status to DECISION MADE
so, does anyone knows when exactly or apprx they give back my passport so that we can learn the decision?
and also, good luck to everyone )) inşallah we will be with our spouses soon... love will win
She needs a visa since she is not holding a residence card yet.
SOLVIT is en entity from the European commision to help solve problems regarding EU rights.
Congratulations Paschal!dan1988uk wrote: ↑Thu Feb 08, 2018 8:44 pmShe needs a visa since she is not holding a residence card yet.
99% of the Airlines will not board you if you don't have a visa or a Residence Card, some people succeeded to be admitted in the Schengen Area but arriving by train or by car, it's really unlikely that you can board a plane without a document that certifies that you are a family member of a union citizen.Elizabeths03 wrote: ↑Fri Feb 09, 2018 7:24 amCongratulations Paschal!dan1988uk wrote: ↑Thu Feb 08, 2018 8:44 pmShe needs a visa since she is not holding a residence card yet.
My understanding was that as long as she is travelling with you, she doesn't need to get a Schengen visa to go to other European countries. If she decides to travel by herself then she will need to go through the normal immigration process of that country.