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How old is the sister?
Is she married and does she have any children?
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If you have a right to live the in the UK as an EEA National, your family may join you here. Your family is defined as:
Other relatives (including extended family members such as brothers, sisters and cousins) do not have an automatic right to live in the UK. To be considered, the extended family member must be able to demonstrate that they are dependent on you.
If you and your partner are not married or in a civil partnership, you must be able to show that you are in a durable relationship with each other.
Thus, your partner will have to show that his sister is wholly dependant upon him whilst in the Phillipines. If she can prove this, her application has a reasonable prospect of success.
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It is difficult to say what the merits of her application would be without seeing any documents or taking further details.
If she can prove she is wholly dependant upon her brother in the UK, she has a reasonable prospect of success. In any event, the UKBA would make the decision on her application.
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Yes he does.
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