Tiktok wrote: ↑Thu Feb 27, 2020 7:01 pmCookie0801 wrote: ↑Mon Feb 17, 2020 12:29 pm
Yes your wife can sponsor both your parents under EU settlement scheme family permit as long as you can prove your relationship and she has pre settled or settled status. It’s very easy and although dependency is assumed, it’s also good if you can send evidence that they depend on you.
I think your problem will be when your parents are granted the permit but your brother might be refused even though he is 5 years old.
They accepted my mother in law but rejected my sister in law and now we have even bigger issue because she can’t live by herself and my mother in laws permit will expire June. She still has not come to the UK.
So think wisely before applying. There is no way to link all their applications, you have to do a seperate one for each. Since the EU Settlement Scheme fp is easier there is a big chance they will accept both your parents but you have to apply for EEA fp for your brother since he is extended family and there is a chance he might be rejected then he will be by himself.
Any news on your sister in laws application?
I would like to ask you pls I'm about to apply for my mum did you translate your mum birth certificate or just yours
Pls help me what documents did u provide thanks lot
I applied for my husbands mother (my mother in law). Because he didn’t have a birth certificate “registered at the time of his birth”, him and his mother did a gov.uk approved DNA test. So we didn’t use a birth certificate in our case.
I think you only need to include and translate your birth certificate as this contains your mums name too but I have seen several cases where family permit was refused because the “Date” on the birth certificate was several years after the actual birth so just be sure to check and any translated papers should have original dates of registration.
All documents not in English have to be translated.
In our case, we included the following:
1. Application form and booking appointment letter
2. Passport photocopies of EEA national, husband and mother in law
3. Cover letter
4. EEA national employment letter
5. Settled status letter
6. 6 months payslips and 3 P60’s (both EEA National and husband)
7. Marriage certificate of EEA National and husband
8. DNA test of husband and mother in law
9. 6 months UK bank statement
10. 6 months money transfer slips
11. Flight tickets, photos, TB test certificate
12. My own children’s passport copies and birth certificates
Hope that helps. Wish you a successful application!