The EEA family permit is ending on 30 June 2021. They will not be valid after then, and you will not be able to apply. You can apply for a family permit if you have a ‘derivative right of residence’ as the:
The EEA includes the EU countries and also Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway.
As a ‘primary carer’, you have responsibility for the day to day care of a person, including making decisions about their education, health, and finances. You must be a family member or their legal guardian, and can be their main carer or share that responsibility with someone else. Find out more about derivative rights of residence.
You will need to provide evidence proving:
You will also need to provide information about the person you care for, including proof:
You may also need to provide extra evidence depending on how you are claiming your derivative right of residence.
Children of an EU, EEA or Swiss citizens who used to work in the UK
You must show that:
You must apply online for an EEA family permit. You must be outside the UK to apply.
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