EEA Family Members/Dependants

The EEA Applications amplify to EEA Family Members/Dependants.

Who is considered a dependant?

European Law stipulates that the following be considered family members:

  • Spouses;
  • Civil Partners;
  • Partners in a ‘durable relationship’ (individuals must generally have lived with the European national for at least two years in order to qualify under this provision);
  • Children under the age of 21 (including step children and adoptive children);
  • In certain circumstances it may also be possible for the following to accompany their European family member to the UK;
  • Parents and grandparents of the European national or their family member;
  • Children over the age of 21;
  • Other family members such as Cousins, Siblings, Aunts and Uncles.

It should be noted that where the EEA national is a Student in the UK, they may only be accompanied by their partner and dependant children.

To start your application, please complete our Free Immigration Assessment and our Initial Enquiry.

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