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Hi Z Angel,
Can you clarify that you wish to find out whether you are eligible to settle in the UK permanently as a family?
yes that is my question and in addition to the above question we want to know if we covered by nhs and are there any restrictions ?
yes that is my question and in addition to the above question we want to know if we covered by nhs and are there any restrictions ? also maybe should mention i am 64 years of age, wife 50 and kids under 20
Thanks for your reply. Your wife and children have a right to travel and work here free from restriction as they have EEA status under their German passports.
You will have to apply for a Residence Card as the non-EEA spouse of an EEA national. You will have to apply using UKBA's form EEA2, available for download from the UKBA website and you will have to do this by making an application to the nearest British Embassy before you travel. The card takes the form of an endorsement in your passport.
Your wife and children will be covered by the NHS due to their EEA status. You will only be covered once you have been in the UK for two years. Until that time you should obtain and maintain appropriate health insurance so that the expense of any health care are covered.
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MY FURTHER QUESTIONS ARE
1. DOES THE FACT THAT I HAVE A DAUGHTER RESIDING IN LONDON FOR 7 YEARS TOTALLY UNHELPFULL-- REMEMBER I AM THE FATHER WITH THE ISRAELI PASSPORT.
2. I WAS BORN IN ROMANIA CURRENTLY A MEMEBER IN THE ECU IN 1946 AND LEFT WITH MY PARENTS AS A BABY IN 1947 TO THEN PALESTINE UNDER BRITISH MANDATE. I HAVE A ROMANIAN BIRTH CERTIFICATE BUT BECAUSE MY NAME WAS CHANGE UPON ARRIVAL TO PALESTINE I CANNOT OBTAIN A ROMANIAN PASSPORT SO EASILY. THE ISRAELI AUTHORITIES SAY THAT IT HAPPENED BEFORE MAY 1948 - THE ESTABLISHMENT OF ISRAEL SO THEY CANNOT HELP. WILL IT HELP IF I WILL BE ABLE TO GET A ROMANIAN PASSPORT??
3. CAN YOU PLEASE RECOMMEND ON SOME REPUTABLE BUSINESS AGENTS THAT ARE DEALING IN SELLING BUNESSESS.
The fact that you have a daughter residing in London is helpful, but as the spouse of an EEA national you will probably not have much difficulty proving eligibility for the registration card anyway provided you are of good character and there are no administrative defects (or other) in the application itself.
Romania is part of the EEA so if you had a Romanian passport then you would not require a registration card as you do presently. I cannot speak to how difficult it is to obtain a Romanian passport because I do not have any first hand knowledge.
What type of business are you interested in buying? Or Selling?Thanks for your kind accept. Kind regards,
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