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I completed the online EEA family permit for my daughter. Who

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I completed the online EEA family permit for my daughter. Who should sign it? Wasn't sure if I should as she is a minor.

Thanks for requesting me. It's a bit late and I'm on my mobile.

I will answer tomorrow of that's okay

Customer: replied 4 years ago.
Okay, sounds good. I plan on mailing everything tomorrow anyway.

Thanks for your patience.

You will see from the following link at the guidance contain for part 10 (on page 5) is instructive:-

It states “ An application for a person under the age of 18 may be completed and signed by the parent or legal guardian”

You will also see at page 6 of the form that it states “PLEASE NOTE: If a child is travelling without their parents, he/she should present written notification from the child’s parent or legal guardian that they consent to the child’s visit.” You will also see from the following link that the sentence “If you are aged under 18 and one or both of your parents or guardians are not travelling with you, you should provide their written permission to travel here.” Is included:-

Therefore if you are not travelling with your spouse when you taken your daughter then you should get their consent in written form. This consent should be included with the application.

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