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EEA Family Permit Visa Application | A Y & J Solicitors
July 16, 2019

Mr T first came to the UK in 2005 as a student and had been in a long-term durable relationship with a European national since 2010. A Y & J Solicitors first helped Mr T to switch to the EEA family member route, as he had previously held leave under the Immigration Rules. We then…

June 25, 2019

Four months ago, we were approached by Mr V, a US national residing in Europe.  He had separated from his children’s mother many years ago but chose not to get divorced and to continue parenting the children jointly.  He applied for entry clearance to join his British children but had not anticipated the technical difficulties…

AYJ EEA Residence Card Appeal Successful
May 28, 2018

EEA Residence Card Appeal success: Below is a summary of how we assisted one of our clients who was the dependent mother of an EEA National in the UK Twelve years ago, our client applied for and was granted Entry Clearance with a Right of Residence in the United Kingdom to join her EEA daughter…

Derivative Right of Residence
March 08, 2018

Below is a summary of how we assisted one of our clients whose child was a British citizen. Our client first arrived in the UK in May 2008 as a student. Whilst in the UK, our client met his wife, a British citizen and in 2012, the couple got engaged and subsequently start living together….

Refusal of Permanent Residence Card Application
March 07, 2018

Mr. O obtained a Residence Card after his marriage to an EEA national who was living and working in the UK. They lived as a happy couple for the first few years until problems occurred between them due to differing outlooks on life and they began to have arguments regularly. The relationship became irreparable after…

Permanent Residence Card EEA National
March 06, 2018

On 23 June 2016, the UK voted in a referendum to leave the EU. At present, there are no changes to the rights of residence for EEA nationals and their family members living in the UK, but this may change as the exit process continues. Unless transitional arrangements are made, the automatic consequence of the…