Yazıyı eşimlede paylaştım. O da aşağıdaki linki önderdi. Faydalı olabileceğini düşünüyorum.Hızlıca şöyle bir baktım baya detay veriyor.http://www.ukba.homeoffice.gov.uk/polic ... /eun/eun2/
Denizzz verdiğin link tek kelimeyle muhteşem.... sayfa tüm detayları herşeyi açıklıyor... Harika bir durum yaaaa....
Lütfen acı çeken ayrılma noktasına gelen eşlere duyuralım bunu ! Herkes taşın altına elini soksun yardımcı olalım bu çiftlere....
@Baris arkadaşımız vardı inşallah boşanma davasını açmamışlardır ve bunu ona duyurmam lazım...
Cidden arkadaşlar bu konuyu lütfen ciddiye alın eğer zorluk yaşıyorsanız bu çözümüz olabilir çok büyük oranda...
Küçük bir kısmını altta paylaşıyorum tüm detaylar denizzz arkadaşımızın verdiği linkte mevcuttur...
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EUN2.1 What is an EEA family permit?
An EEA family permit is a document that we issue to make it easier for non-EEA family members of EEA nationals to travel with their EEA national or to join them in the UK. EEA family permits are issued under the Immigration (European Economic Area) Regulations 2006 and not the Immigration Rules. The permit is issued ahead of a person's travel to the UK and is valid for six months and is free of charge.
EUN2.4 What are the requirements for issuing an EEA family permit?
In assessing an application from an EEA national's direct family member, the entry clearance officer(ECO) should be satisfied that:
the applicant is the family member of the EEA national (marriage certificate, birth certificate or other evidence of family link)
the EEA national is residing in the UK in accordance with the EEA Regulations (as qualified person (exercising treaty rights) if more than 3 months) and the non-EEA national is joining them; or the EEA national intends to travel to the UK within 6 months and will have a right to reside under the Regulations on arrival, and the non-EEA national will be accompanying or joining the EEA national; and
if applying as a spouse or civil partner, there are no grounds to consider that the marriage or civil partnership is one of convenience; and
if applying as dependent family members (dependent children 21 and over and dependent relatives) they are dependent on the EEA national or the EEA national's spouse or civil partner; and
neither the applicant nor the EEA national should be excluded from the UK on the grounds of public policy, public security or public health.
In assessing an application from an EEA national's extended family member, the ECO should consider whether:
the EEA national is residing in the UK in accordance with EEA Regulations (as qualified person (exercising Treaty Rights) if more than 3 months) or has permanent right of residence;
the applicant is an extended family member as defined in Regulation 8 (see Section EUN2.7 below for further information).
refusing the application would deter the EEA national from exercising his/her free movement rights;
in all circumstances, is it appropriate to issue a family permit.
It is important not to test overall intentions in assessing applications for an EEA family permit. Also, there is an initial right of residence for 3 months, which means that an EEA national does not have to be exercising a treaty right immediately on arrival in the UK.
If the applicant is the spouse/civil partner of the EEA national or a dependant child of either the EEA national or their spouse/civil partner is under 21 then they do not need to provide evidence of financial dependency and therefore this should not be requested from the applicant.