visa as an extended family member of a EEA national.

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visa as an extended family member of a EEA national.

Post by luc-s11 » Thu Feb 28, 2019 6:24 am

good morning,
as the title says i would like to ask some questions about that type of visa
i'm a Spanish guy living in Uk and last year i meet a khmer girl in PP, i came a second time for few months as well but i had to come back for work reason.
now I'm thinking to take her here, i know that this type of visa is a bit difficult to have as unmarried couple; but I been to a lawyer and for him seems a possible way.
now before trow my money i would like to know if anyone have try that way or any tips/help
thank you!
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Re: visa as an extended family member of a EEA national.

Post by PIEMAN » Thu Feb 28, 2019 7:31 am

Whats a EEA National
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Re: visa as an extended family member of a EEA national.

Post by explorer » Thu Feb 28, 2019 8:07 am

I dont know her, and I dont know you.

Just be aware that many Cambodian girls are just after money, and there is no genuine love. They can be very clever at putting on a fake act. Many have other boyfriends when you are not around. If you have one of these girls, you will eventually regret it.

The people who give the visas also know this, and many get rejected for this reason.

There are some good ones. You may have found one.

I suggest visiting more times, spending more time with her, and getting to know her really well before taking her to another country.

When you know her well, be honest with yourself. What type of girl is she really?
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Re: visa as an extended family member of a EEA national.

Post by pczz » Thu Feb 28, 2019 10:38 am

luc-s11 wrote:
Thu Feb 28, 2019 6:24 am
good morning,
as the title says i would like to ask some questions about that type of visa
i'm a Spanish guy living in Uk and last year i meet a khmer girl in PP, i came a second time for few months as well but i had to come back for work reason.
now I'm thinking to take her here, i know that this type of visa is a bit difficult to have as unmarried couple; but I been to a lawyer and for him seems a possible way.
now before trow my money i would like to know if anyone have try that way or any tips/help
thank you!
Zero chance. What you are talking about does not exist in Englsih law. Unless she has a job here that pays well and a lot of money you will not even get a visit visa from UK. We just got turned away at the airport and out khmer lady has an eu citizen son and has an eu residence permit. We were not allowed onto the plane. this is the explanation from the border nazis in the uk. we are challenging it

From uk border force:
"It may help if I explain, under the European Economic Area (EEA) Regulations 2016, which govern the rights of entry and residence of EU nationals and their family members in the UK, non-EU nationals who are unmarried partners (or otherwise known as extended family members) of EU nationals are advised to obtain an EEA Family Permit which serves as documentary evidence for the carrier. Possession of an Article 10 Residence Card does not exempt them from obtaining an EEA Family Permit.
When the EU national is a British Citizen, then their non-EU national unmarried partner is not eligible to be admitted to the UK as the family member of an EU national. A UK Visit Visa to enter the UK is therefore required (if the reason for coming to the UK is for a visit, otherwise a visa suitable for the purpose they are coming to the UK is required). This is because Regulation 9 of the Immigration (EEA) Regulations 2016 does not apply to
unmarried partners of British citizens. It only applies to married partners of British citizens provided that on arrival in the UK evidence can be provided that the requirements under
Regulation 9 of the Regulations are met. Where the British citizen is married to his non-EU partner, then an Article 10 Residence Card is accepted to board the aircraft for the UK.
A person who does not qualify for a right of residence under the Free Movement Directive 2004/38/EC (the Free Movement Directive) may qualify for another right of residence under EU law. These are known as 'derivative rights' as they come from (are 'derived' from) other instruments of EU law, and not from the Free Movement Directive. These are cases where third country nationals are family members of
EU national children and who derive their right to reside from their relationship with the child. Where this is the case, under the EEA Regulations 2016, a third country national requires a UK issued EEA Family Permit in order to be admitted into the UK. Article 10 cards are not issued on the basis of derivative rights of residence."

If you are serious you need to make a long term plane. They check finances for 6 months so she needs a bank accoutn showing a regular income for that period, a job contract, permission from her employer to visit. And you lose your rights on brexit abnyway if you are Spanish in UK. If you take her to a schengen country you will have amore sympathetic hearing but you need to be with her 2 years before they will consider you in a relationship. Quickest optiong might be to get her preganant and get the child a spanish passport
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Re: visa as an extended family member of a EEA national.

Post by Kammekor » Thu Feb 28, 2019 10:49 am

explorer wrote:
Thu Feb 28, 2019 8:07 am
I dont know her, and I dont know you.

Just be aware that many Cambodian girls are just after money, and there is no genuine love. They can be very clever at putting on a fake act. Many have other boyfriends when you are not around. If you have one of these girls, you will eventually regret it.

The people who give the visas also know this, and many get rejected for this reason.

There are some good ones. You may have found one.

I suggest visiting more times, spending more time with her, and getting to know her really well before taking her to another country.

When you know her well, be honest with yourself. What type of girl is she really?
Doctor Love, you have any advise on the actual visa situation?
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Re: visa as an extended family member of a EEA national.

Post by TWY » Thu Feb 28, 2019 1:10 pm

Quickest optiong might be to get her preganant and get the child a spanish passport
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I have to say this is extremely poor advice.

That will take at least 9 months.
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Re: visa as an extended family member of a EEA national.

Post by pczz » Thu Feb 28, 2019 6:30 pm

TWY wrote:
Thu Feb 28, 2019 1:10 pm
Quickest optiong might be to get her preganant and get the child a spanish passport
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I have to say this is extremely poor advice.

That will take at least 9 months.
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Trust me its quicker. We wasted 2 years trying to do it what you would consider the fair way then we got the child an eu passport and the problems vanished for everywhere exempt that septic nazi state hanging off the edge of europe. full of retards and xenophobes. the kid just wanted to see granny for xmas for ffs
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