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

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November 21
14:25 2019

Application for a registration certificate or residence card as the extended family member of an EEA or Swiss national: form EEA (EFM)

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EEA(EFM): guidance notes

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Use this form if you are the extended family member (such as brother, sister, aunt, uncle, nephew, niece, cousin or unmarried partner) of an EEA national who is exercising Treaty rights in the UK and you wish to apply for a registration certificate (if youre an EEA national) or residence card (if youre a non-EEA national) as confirmation of your right of residence in the UK.

You should also read the guidance notes for detailed information on what to submit with your application.

Published 30 January 2015
Last updated 21 November 2019 +show all updates
  1. Updated postal address and VAT threshold in guidance notes.
  2. Updated form published.
  3. Application form updated with GDPR policy.
  4. Updated application form.
  5. Updated form for use on or after 6 February 2017.
  6. Updated form and guidance for use on or after 18 March.
  7. Updated form and guidance for use on or after 20 July 2015.
  8. Updated information.
  9. First published.

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