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  • MASSIVE BREXIT UPDATE.  Now includes information on Brexit, what has been said officially and unofficially on the future status of EU nationals, the new online application forms, sickness insurance, low earnings, extended family members, expediting applications, return of passports, what to do if you are refused and much, much more.

    Need guidance making an application for a residence certificate or card or permanent residence or card? This clear and accessible guide sets out the main qualifying requirements for EEA nationals and their family members and then turns to the practicalities of how to make an application, whether to use the official forms or not and what evidence will be necessary.

    For the most part, EU free movement law is enabling and it genuinely serves to promote free movement of EEA nationals and their family members. In recent years, though, the UK Government has become increasingly hostile to free movement of EEA nationals and several measures have been taken to seek to discourage such movement.

    Many applicants, encouraged by the new generation of mammoth forms (EEA(QP), EEA(FM), EEA(EFM) and so on), make the mistake of unnecessarily providing the Home Office with material on which to base refusals of dubious legality. In this ebook, I caution against use of these new forms and suggest instead using only the payment pages and perhaps the initial sections on identity, biometrics and personal details. Instead, I would now advise applicants to use the old EEA1 and EEA2 forms or even just to use a covering letter. Links are provided to the old forms and worked examples are used throughout the ebook.

    The ebook does not cover absolutely every situation and it is not intended to. In particular, it does not cover public interest deportation in EU law nor does it cover Zambrano and derived rights of residence in any detail. Surinder Singh applications by British citizens making use of EU law is dealt with in a separate ebook: Surinder Singh: EU free movement for British citizens. The purpose of this ebook is to cover most types of EU law application for most people who are or are family members of citizens of other EU Member States.

     

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  • A really good book

    This book has really a clear and understandable approach to all important EU procedures and practices.
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  • EQU-ALL Clarifying doubts

    Very helpful guidance, quite clear and neatly explain for a neophyte. Big thank you!

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  • EU Free Movement

    A good overview, I would recommend overall as helpful, quite liked the part on explaining the Treaties, not something I was after originally, but actually gave me a much better understanding of the legal background and the difference between EU and UK law. The ‘no print’ feature is annoying – I usually print all my reading material and read it during my commute in the evening, so I wasn’t impressed by needing to read it of the screen, as it is quite long. I also hoped for some more details about how to apply and especially about the supporting documentation and how many in reality you have to provide.

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  • Useful, but be realistic as to what ebook can do

    I found the ebook useful and reassuring on a number of points, especially in terms of what evidence to submit. However, as it is necessarily a general guide, it can’t replace the personalised advice of an expert with regard to any particular complications. What it can do (and what I found very helpful) is to make you aware of the flaws of the system and a lot of potential mistakes to avoid. I would recommend it, but would advise other people thinking of purchasing the book to be realistic about what a general ebook can offer.

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  • Very detailed and helpful

    I found the ebook really helpful and insightful on this not easy subject

    A good legal framework and an operational support in choosing the best way to apply. Very happy to have purchased!

    9 of 16 people found this review helpful.

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  • so reassuring

    The government guidance and forms are such a tangle but this books makes it clear what is required. The worked examples are very helpful. Highly recommended.

    12 of 20 people found this review helpful.

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  • Thank you

    Very good this ebook

    I appreciate also your very useful articles.

    They are giving us hope and help .

    Many thanks.

    18 of 26 people found this review helpful.

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