EEA visa.. EU free movement- The Journey home on a free visa

charlene

New Member
#42
next year as i have problems here at minute
 

Melf

New Member
#43
Can anyone tell me how I get copies of my passport certified please? Xx
 

Melf

New Member
#45
For the visa, it says above that the copies of my passport need to be certified xx
 

love1970

Member
#46
Hello me and my british partner are planing to do a EU free movement visa but we dont exactly how it works does she need to move definitly to ireland and stay thrre with me or she can stay in uk and just visit me when she wants im affraid if she need to stay in ireland that she will loose her motability and benifits please does sny one knows about that many thanks
 

scotty_bambam

Well-Known Member
#47
She has to give up her life in the uk and show that her life is in Ireland and you both need to get a job.you need money to rent a house when you get there if you look right at the beginning of this thread it explains everything.
 

love1970

Member
#48
Right i understand but will she stay get her motability from the uk ? About her benifits i think she will loose them bc she is out of the uk
 

scotty_bambam

Well-Known Member
#49
Yes of course she will lose her benefits.so unless you have lots and lots of money you won't be able to do it.
 

Jane BM

Well-Known Member
#50
Hello me and my british partner are planing to do a EU free movement visa but we dont exactly how it works does she need to move definitly to ireland and stay thrre with me or she can stay in uk and just visit me when she wants im affraid if she need to stay in ireland that she will loose her motability and benifits please does sny one knows about that many thanks
No she cannot stay in the uk and visit, that would be far too easy then for people to do. She would need to prove her 'centre of life' was in Ireland, that means effectively giving her life up in the UK, so yes of course any benefits she receives will be stopped.

She has to work in Ireland for a minimum of 3 months and a day I believe.
 

love1970

Member
#51
Yes of course she will lose her benefits.so unless you have lots and lots of money you won't be able to do it.
Thx but will she loose her uk citizen ship?will she be able to go back to uk anytime she want?
 

love1970

Member
#52
No she cannot stay in the uk and visit, that would be far too easy then for people to do. She would need to prove her 'centre of life' was in Ireland, that means effectively giving her life up in the UK, so yes of course any benefits she receives will be stopped.

She has to work in Ireland for a minimum of 3 months and a day I believe.
Thx but will she loose her citizen ship will she be sble to go back to uk and can i go with her after to uk its so confusing lol
 

Trulymadlydeeply

Well-Known Member
#53
She could go back whenever she wants BUT I doubt she would get the benefits again... If she's got to work in Ireland she's fit to work in the Uk is how they will see it.
 

Trulymadlydeeply

Well-Known Member
#54
If she's on DLA I don't see why you don't just do the normal visa?
 

Jane BM

Well-Known Member
#55
Thx but will she loose her citizen ship will she be sble to go back to uk and can i go with her after to uk its so confusing lol
No she won't.....she will have to stay in Ireland with you till I believe you receive a family permit...then you can travel to the UK together. If you read this whole thread you will see how people have done it.
 

love1970

Member
#56
Hello thx for the interest well i already applyed for a spouse visa in september 2014 and now im waiting gor the appeal results but in my life i always think about the future so im trying to find other solutions if my visa will be refused lol im like that we should be ready for any probabilities we are together more than 2 years and we dont like to wait more
 

love1970

Member
#57
Yes of course she will lose her benefits.so unless you have lots and lots of money you won't be able to do it.
Ok thx we dont can do it im sure financials are alright but we will loose too much about 850 pound a month for that time that we are in ireland and the worst that we can get it back when we go back to uk
Yes of course she will lose her benefits.so unless you have lots and lots of money you won't be able to do it.
 

love1970

Member
#58
Yes of course she will lose her benefits.so unless you have lots and lots of money you won't be able to do it.
Ok thx we dont can do it im sure financials are alright but we will loose too much about 850 pound a month for that time that we are in ireland and the worst that we can get it back when we go back to uk
Yes of course she will lose her benefits.so unless you have lots and lots of money you won't be able to do it.
 

Scottochott

Well-Known Member
#59
Ok thx we dont can do it im sure financials are alright but we will loose too much about 850 pound a month for that time that we are in ireland and the worst that we can get it back when we go back to uk
Why don't you consider working? Any decent job will more than compensate for the loss of benefits!
 

gem15

Well-Known Member
#60
It seems your more worried about the loss of £'s than actually being together.
 
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