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Is Grandma allowed to stay? Retained rights of residence for in-laws
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Is Grandma allowed to stay? Retained rights of residence for in-laws

One of the trickier aspects of EU free movement law is “retained” rights of residence for family members if the relationship with their EEA citizen sponsor ends. A common scenario is where an EEA national marries a non-EEA national who ...

Guy Davison is a barrister at Goldsmith Chambers, where he has undertaken work in relation to all aspects of Human Rights and Immigration Law.

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