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  • LAWYER RESPONSE Going to Eu with GB husband

    Hi,
    I am both D and GB, and we live in UK. My husband is GB only.
    We have a motorhome with which we go to southern Europe in winter. We are financially independent.
    I have heard that the 90/180 rule does not apply to my husband, as long as he is with me, as I have the right to family life.
    Is that the case and if so, where is it written, so we can show a border guard if we need to.
    Many thanks and kind regards

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    Originally posted by Stentipede View Post
    Hi,
    I am both D and GB, and we live in UK. My husband is GB only.
    We have a motorhome with which we go to southern Europe in winter. We are financially independent.
    I have heard that the 90/180 rule does not apply to my husband, as long as he is with me, as I have the right to family life.
    Is that the case and if so, where is it written, so we can show a border guard if we need to.
    Many thanks and kind regards
    Gabriella B (lawyer) Am I right in saying that the 90 in 180 days still apply to British nationals married to an EU national? I realise this may be a bit outside UK immigration law but I thought you may have an idea.

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      Sorry I am not sure about that. My understanding is that if you are on a Schengen visa, the limits are the same for everyone, but as a spouse it is possible to stay longer but on a different basis (long term visa etc) and I think it depends on the country - don't know more than that!

      I am the director of MGBe Legal, an OISC regulated company. I am also a volunteer with UKCEN, where I provide one-off advice on a pro-bono basis. This advice should not be considered a substitute for formal legal advice. Please see Gabriella B for full details.

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