Services

  1. Apply for a permanent residence document or permanent residence card: form EEA (PR)

    Form for an EEA or Swiss national, a non-EEA or non-Swiss family member of an EEA or Swiss national, to apply for a document certifying permanent residence or permanent residence card in UK.

  2. Apply for a registration certificate or residence card for a family member: form EEA (FM)

    Form for a family member of an EEA or Swiss national in the UK to apply for a registration certificate or residence card.

  3. Apply for a registration certificate as an EEA Qualified Person: form EEA (QP)

    Form for an EEA or Swiss national to apply for a registration certificate to confirm the right to live in the UK as a qualified person.

  1. Apply for a registration certificate or residence card for an extended family member: form EEA (EFM)

    Form for an extended family member (EFM) of an EEA or Swiss national to apply for a registration certificate or residence card.

  2. Application for change of conditions of leave to allow access to public funds if your circumstances change

    Use this form if you already have leave granted on the basis of your family or private life and your financial circumstances change.

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Guidance and regulation

  1. Countries in the EU and EEA

    The European Union (EU) and European Economic Area (EEA) - which countries are in the EU and EEA, the single market and free movement of goods, capital, services and people

  2. Apply for a UK residence card

    You can apply for a residence card if you’re from outside the EEA and living in the UK with a European partner or family member who's not British - eligibility, documents you must provide, how to apply, information about permanent residence

  3. UK residence for EU citizens

    Apply for a registration certificate if you're a citizen of the EU or a European Economic Area (EEA) country and want to prove your right to live in the UK.

  1. Status of EU citizens in the UK: what you need to know
  2. Apply for a derivative residence card

    A derivative residence card helps prove your right to live in the UK if you're the carer or child of a European citizen - fees, how to apply

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News and communications

  1. NHS workers and students to trial EU Settlement Scheme
  2. New scheme for overseas researchers to come to the UK
  3. Home Office publishes details of settlement scheme for EU citizens
  4. Migration Advisory Committee (MAC) events on EEA and international migrant workers
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Policy and engagement

  1. Free movement of persons: review of the balance of competences
  1. EU Settlement Scheme statement of intent
  2. The rights of European citizens and their spouses to come to the UK: Inspecting the application process and the tackling of abuse
  3. Response to report on European casework
  4. Inspection report on EU citizen applications for residence documents, June 2014
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Transparency

  1. Applications for residence cards under the Surinder Singh directive
  2. Review of the restrictions on Bulgaria and Romanian nationals
  3. Response to the Independent Chief Inspector's report on the Common Travel Area
  4. Transitional measures for nationals of member states that joined the EU in 2004
  5. Relaxing restrictions on employment to Bulgarian and Romanian nationals
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