Thanks for your question.
In order to obtain an EEA Family Permit, you will need to make an application to the Home Office.
You should make your application on Form EEA1. Click on the following link for further details:
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hi, i have living in uk as a student visa. i married jst 3 months ago and my wife is polish. she is living uk less than 7 months continuiously. from august,2009 she is selfemployed and she work for herself. so she doesnt have to register as a work registartion scheme becoj she is selfemplyed. she registered in hm inland revenue office. now,i would like to apply for eea family visa on the basis of our relationship. so whats best way to apply for it and which form should we send to homoffice.. thank you very much indeed
i need to know that.. can we send both eea1 or eea2 form together
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