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hi there i am a french nationality person living in the uk

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hi there i am a french nationality person living in the uk and i ould like to bring my fiancee who is living in india in the uk . what is the fastest and easy way to do it please thank you
Submitted: 5 years ago.
Category: UK Law
Expert:  Thomas replied 5 years ago.

Hi

Thanks for your question.

To enable me to answer your question could you please respond to the following:-

  • 1. Where/When do you intend to marry
  • 2. How long have you been in a relationship
  • 3. Have you lived together

Kind regards.

Tom

Customer: replied 5 years ago.
we intend to marry in england , we have been engaged for nearly two years . we stay together every time i go to visit her in india
Expert:  Thomas replied 5 years ago.

Hi,

 

Thanks for your reply.

 

She will need to apply for a EEA Family Permit in order to travel here to settle in the UK as your fiancé. It is easier to apply for this if you are married but you can apply if they are at the present time your unmarried partner/fiancé provide you can show the UKBA that you are in a "durable relationship" with them.

 

This usually in involved cohabitation, but each case is judged on it's merits. It also usually involves showing that you have been in a relationship for great than 2 years. You would have to prove this by producing documentary evidence - evidence of your travel, correspondence, statutory declarations from you both detailing you relationship and your plans to settle (see a local solicitor about this each statement would cost around £50+VAT).

 

She would need to apply for a Family Permit to the nearest UK embassy by completing "Form VAF5 - EEA Family Permit" and submitting it with all the documentary evidence showing your relationship. If you were married then you would need to only produce your marriage certificate.


Once here she will be able to apply for a Residence Card, which is a stamp in her passport showing that she may remain in the UK for period of 5 years. At the end of this time she will be at liberty to apply for Permanent Residence provided she has not spent too much time out of the country.

 

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Kind regards,


Tom

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Expert:  Thomas replied 5 years ago.
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Kind regards,

Tom
Customer: replied 5 years ago.

Thank you for your help very very helpfull i was just wondering if you could recommend me a good sollicitor that will help me with my paper work to get my fiancee here in the uk i am in birmingham , thanks once again. all my regards

Expert:  Thomas replied 5 years ago.
I'm very sorry, I don't know any practitioners in that area.

You can find Uk immigration solicitors through the following Law Society Website search engine:-
http://www.lawsociety.org.uk/choosingandusing/findasolicitor.law

Kind regards,

Tom