Who is this Online Course For?
This course is for non-close family members of EU nationals wishing to join their EU national relatives in the UK. So, if you are not a spouse, not a child and not a parent of your EU national relative, you live abroad, and you want to join your EU relative in the UK – this course may be for you.
When should You Watch this Course?
If you are thinking of making the EEA family permit application as an extended family member of the EU national, you need to watch this course as soon as it is published. After the Brexit transitional period ends, the rights of extended family members will disappear for good.
What will this Course Cover?
This Course will have all the information you need to prepare and submit a really strong EEA family permit application.
I’ll answer the following questions:
- What are the rules for making the EEA family applications?
- Can the EEA national sponsor you if they are not working?
- What documents you need to submit with the application?
- What to do if you do not have any documents confirming that you lived together with your EEA national relative?
- How to complete 65 pages of the form?
- How long should it take to consider your application?
- What can you do if your application is refused?
- Is there a minimum amount the EU national should earn to qualify?
- Why may the application be refused even if your EEA national is a self-sufficient person?
- What to do immediately after you arrive in the UK?
- What you need to do and what you shouldn’t do if you would like to get Indefinite Leave to Remain as an extended family member
- When can you apply for your British passport?
- How can you chase your application most effectively?
- What is the difference between the EEA family permit and the EU family and why not understanding it may cause you the refusal of your EEA family permit application?
- What should you do in order not to lose your right to remain in the UK as an extended family member?
And much more.