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 may be able to apply for an EU Settlement Scheme family permit to come to the UK after 30 June 2021. You can apply for an EEA family permit if you have lived in an EU or EEA country or Switzerland with an eligible family member who’s a British citizen. This is also known as a ‘Surinder Singh’ application. You must have lived with them in that country before 1 January 2021, and be:
This includes family members who were adopted under an adoption order that is recognised in UK law.
The country that you lived in together must have been your main residence. Your British family member must also have been working, studying or self-sufficient in the country while there. To be eligible for an EEA family permit you must prove that:
You must provide:
You must also provide proof that your British family member was working, self-employed, self-sufficient or studying in the EEA country where you’ve lived together.
Examples of proof include employer’s letters, wage slips, contracts, bank statements, proof of tax registration, or proof of enrolment and attendance for study. Check with us, the other evidence you usually need for an EEA family permit.
You must apply online for an EEA family permit. You must be outside the UK to apply.
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