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He needs a visa and should have applied for it from home country.power-lost wrote: ↑Mon Feb 26, 2018 2:33 pmHi Guys,
A quick question.
I as well as my whole family are British nationals. My father has got long term 2 years family visitors visa and he is here with us in the United Kingdom. is he allowed to travel with us to Europe without visa? if not is there any way to get visa to Europe for him?
Yes, she needs a visa as she does not hold a residence card stating 'she is the family member of an EU national'.James1859 wrote: ↑Tue Apr 03, 2018 12:30 pmHi all
My wife and I have a holiday booked to Italy for May 2018. I am a British Citizen and she is a Syrian citizen.
She has a Residence Permit and under Type of Permit it says SPOUSE/PARTNER LEAVE TO REMAIN.
We would be travelling together along with our British daughter. Does she need a Visa to Italy? We're also planning a trip to Germany in September 2018.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
For the purposes of immigration and the spouse visa, you are only considered British in the UK and not an EU citizen and your spouse falls under the UK immigration rules and not the more favourable EEA/EU regulations/rules.James1859 wrote: ↑Tue Apr 03, 2018 1:04 pmThank you, it is weird that it must explicitly state that. I mean I am a British Citizen, hence EU national (for now at least) and she is a member of my family. So strange! Ok, I guess I'll go and book a Visa appointment. To make matters worse, VFS Global's website is experiencing issues and I cannot schedule a visa appointment
markmccarron wrote: ↑Wed Apr 04, 2018 10:42 pmHi, new to this wondering can I get advice please as I’m getting conflicting reports. Any help would be grateful. I’m Algerian born but living in Northern Ireland, UK and have Irish Citizenship for 20 years now. My question is about for my mother who is Algerian citizen living in Algeria. My mother does not want to seltle in U.K. OR EU. It just about travel.
My mother has been travelling to the U.K. since 1960’s every couple years applying for her usual tourist visa without issue.
She has also been travelling to France for the past 30 years with a visa without issue to visit her sister who has French citizenship. She has never overstayed or stayed more than a few weeks. However this time applying for her usual visa to France to her horror she was refused. She ended up appealing the refusal and was told she wasn’t getting the visa as she was flying into Geneva Switzerland not France on previous trips. Her sister,(my aunt) only lives 9 miles away from Geneva airport In France! My mum is in her late 60’s and her sister is in her 89 in France and In frail health, causing my mum great distress not been able to visit.
What would be my mum best options to take my mum to France. She has a current U.K. visa. Could she travel here to U.K. and I take her to France under eu rules?
Could I travel to Algeria and then take her to France with me?
I don’t think I can do that EEA Family permit thing for her as my northern Irish wife is disabled for the past 3 years and I wouldn’t qualify for sponsoring her now.
I’ll just re-interate my mum doesn’t want to settle EU or U.K.
Apologies if I’ve posted in the wrong place
Hi guys,ca.funke wrote: ↑Thu Feb 16, 2012 9:35 amHi tonypetty,
so you´re in the following scenario?
I think the 3 non-British of yee will need visas
- 2 parents, one on ILR and one on Tier 2
- 2 children who are British nationals (passport is irrelevant, see >>here<<)
- 1 child on ILR
Reason is inSo if at all you should have "entry facilitated", while I guess a visit-visa for you would not be refused anyway.>>2004/38/EC<<, Articles 2 and 3 wrote:Article 2
For the purposes of this Directive:
2. ‘family member’ means:
(d) the dependent direct relatives in the ascending line and
those of the spouse (...);
(=not you, because you´re not dependent on your children, I guess?)
2. Without prejudice to any right to free movement and
residence the persons concerned may have in their own right,
the host Member State shall, in accordance with its national
legislation, facilitate entry and residence for the following
(a) any other family members, irrespective of their nationality,
not falling under the definition in point 2 of Article 2 who,
in the country from which they have come, are dependants
or members of the household of the Union citizen having
the primary right of residence(...)
The host Member State shall undertake an extensive examina-
tion of the personal circumstances and shall justify any denial
of entry or residence to these people.
But then again: My understanding of the law as far as "who is a benificiary" outside of spouses isn´t great. Maybe some else can say something different/better about this?