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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.

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Application for a registration certificate as an EEA national qualified person: form EEA (QP)

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EEA(QP): guidance notes

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Details

Use ‘form EEA(QP)’ if you are a citizen of the EEA or Switzerland and want to apply for a registration certificate as a ‘qualified person’.

You should also read ‘EEA(QP) guidance notes’ for detailed information on what to submit with your application.

You can also apply online.

If you need digital help completing your online application, you can use our assisted digital service.

For more information on the application process read ‘Prove your right to live in the UK as an EU citizen’.

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Published 30 January 2015
Last updated 14 October 2020 + show all updates
  1. Revised version with formatting changes.

  2. Updated application form.

  3. Updated guidance.

  4. Updated postal address and VAT threshold in guidance notes.

  5. Address updated in application form.

  6. Application form updated with GDPR policy.

  7. First published.