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#1 aleshayakoviv

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Posted 21 December 2012 - 06:28 PM

I want to marry my fiancée who is a polish citizen, and i an american citizen.
We can't get married in the UK as I am considered a visitor, however, last year we lived together under the same lease in the UK when I was a student last year.

We have more than sufficient money (£100k+ in cash/ assets) but neither of us have employment at the moment.
We plan to get married in Denmark.
Afterwards, I am guessing that we will want to apply for a UK EEA Family Permit?

What do we do afterwards, when do I fill out this form and what do I say upon arriving in the UK?

If anyone know how to make this situation work as we really want to live together in the UK/London
-Let me know if you can help.




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Posted 21 December 2012 - 06:42 PM

If you are in the UK now you can marry and then remain; there is nothing to prevent this.

EEA permit is only used to enter the UK so you would need to apply for this if you marry in Denmark and not if you marry inside the UK. You can apply for a residence card (after the marriage) using EEA2 from inside the UK.

http://www.ukba.home...amily/applying/

As your partner is not employed or studying (and if he or she has not already qualified a permanent resident of the UK) you would both be required to have comprehensive sickness insurance to qualify for a residence card and if you expected to include your residence in the UK into any qualifying periods that lead to permanent residence.

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Posted 21 December 2012 - 11:10 PM

-But If we get married in Denmark as planned, and plan on living together in the UK as we have been living together for the past two years. (I stopped my studies 4 months ago so now am considered a visitor).
-In short, we are were living together officially, we have paid our council taxes in full, she is a resident and we are getting married in Denmark in one month.
-After that upon returning to the UK what is the procedure for me to obtain a residence?

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Posted 22 December 2012 - 01:43 AM

Hi,

It would be the same as Gentlemen of Leisure said, you'll need to apply using form EEA2 but you both need to have comprehensive sickness insurance before applying (again, assuming your partner hasn't already qualified for permanent residence)

Edited by SteveG, 22 December 2012 - 01:44 AM.


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Posted 22 December 2012 - 01:42 PM

If you marry in Denmark you shouldn't then re-enter as a visitor but should apply for the family permit.

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Posted 22 December 2012 - 02:50 PM

(I stopped my studies 4 months ago so now am considered a visitor).


Do you mean you left the UK at the end of your student leave, or having left your course before the end, then you re-entered the UK as a visitor?





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