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To enter the UK, you do not need any specific document, because you are from a "visa free" country. (If you were from a country whose citizens need visas for short visits, you would need a settlement scheme family permit.) You will, however, need to show evidence that you are married to an EEA national who is living and working in the UK. To remain in the ...


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I tried to find anything specific on the government's site, but it doesn't really tell anything about re-application, other than re-applying in case you contest the decision If your application is unsuccessful You can apply again at any time until 30 June 2021 if you think the decision should have been different, for example you got pre-settled status but ...


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There does not seem to be any direct benefit, as the withdrawal agreement created a kind of six-month grace period after the end of the transition period (with some additional rules that are not really relevant to your case). The British government official web pages confirm that The rights and status of EU, EEA and Swiss citizens living in the UK will ...


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Now, the UK is still in the EU, so it works just as it has for the last 15 years or so, or at least it is supposed to. To preserve the rights of EU citizens after the UK leaves the EU, they have devised the EU settlement scheme. This should take care of most of your concerns: If you’re an EU, EEA or Swiss citizen, you and your family can apply to the EU ...


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As you have already registered with the settlement scheme, your spouse should apply for an EU settlement scheme family permit. If you do not have settled or pre-settled status, he would apply for an EEA family permit (details on the same page). If you have "pre-settled status" I believe you have to be working or otherwise "qualified" for the application to ...


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A residence permit issued based on the withdrawal agreement (Aufenthaltsdokuments-GB, Artikel 50 EVU) includes an unrestricted work permit, based on the non-discrimination of existing rights to equal treatment portion of the withdrawal agreement (Article 12). So the field TYPE OF PERMIT should contain the text: ARTIKEL 50 EVU as shown in the image: This ...


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You should apply for the EU settlement scheme. It is free of charge. From what you've told us, you should get permanent "settled status," but there is a chance that you will get "pre-settled status," which must be upgraded to settled status after a period of time. Note that your problem isn't that your "visa" is about to "...


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Will we be allowed into the United Kingdom in February 2020 after the January 31st, 2020 official Brexit date? Yes. Under the withdrawal agreement, the UK will continue to participate in the free movement of persons during the transition period. In addition to that, you and your wife will be eligible to apply for the new EU Settlement Scheme. As a ...


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Yes. She should apply for an EEA family permit, or, if you are already registered under the settlement scheme, an EU settlement scheme family permit. The possible grounds for refusal are few. The most likely problem you'll face is the suspicion of a marriage of convenience.


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