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EEA natinonals can sponsor a spouse, children and other family members who are not qualified persons themselves

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  • Dependent children and PR status

    EEA nationals who are exercising treaty rights can sponsor their family members who are not.

    People who were living with their EEA national parents when they were children, and one or both of them were qualified persons (such as working or self employed), will have been lawfully resident on these basis and would have acquired PR status.

    Instead of sending off evidence that you were exercising treaty rights for five years, you send of evidence that...
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  • Evidence for dependants and family applications

    The evidence would for the sponsor, i.e. the family member who was exercising treaty rights for 5 years. The Home Office guidance for PR applications says the following:
    • evidence of exercising treaty rights for EEA national sponsor, such as 5 consecutive P60s if employed. Otherwise, see the relevant guidance for self-employed and self-sufficient; and
    • proof of relationship between the applicant and the sponsor (one of either a marriage certificate, birth certificate, adoption certificate)
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  • Sponsors for family members

    Sponsors for family members

    EEA nationals who are exercising treaty rights can 'sponsor' their family members who are not. This includes spouses/civil partners as well as children.

    If you were living with your EEA national parents when you were child, and one or both of them were working or self employed, then you will be able to apply for PR on that basis.

    Instead of sending evidence that you were exercising treaty rights for five years, you send of evidence that they were...
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  • Evidence for couples living together

    Evidence for couples living together

    If you have any bills in joint names, this would be ideal, however, you can also show documents in your name at the same address as documents in your partner’s name; you would provide two items: one in your name and one in his name to the SAME address.

    You can also provide bank statements - either in joint names or, if you do not have a joint account, then double up with individual statements for each year.

    The difference between 'evidence of residence'...
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