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EEA(PR)
Version 04/2015

Application for a document certifying permanent residence or permanent residence card under the EEA Regulations
This form is to be used for applications made on or after 6 April 2015
Who this form is for
Use this application form if you wish to apply for a document certifying permanent residence
(if you’re an EEA national) or permanent residence card (if you’re a non-EEA national) as confirmation of a right of permanent residence under the Immigration (European Economic
Area) Regulations 2006 (‘the EEA Regulations’).
Any reference on this form to EEA nationals includes Swiss nationals.

Eligibility
You must normally have lived in the UK for a continuous period of five years as:
• n EEA national ‘qualified person’ (worker, self-employed, self-sufficient, student or a jobseeker),
• family member or extended family member* of an EEA national qualified person or a permanent resident,
• former family member of an EEA national if you’ve retained your right of residence after a the EEA national died or left the UK, or your/their marriage or civil partnership ended in divorce, annulment or dissolution, or
• family member of a British citizen who worked or was self-employed in another EEA state a before returning to the UK (‘Surinder Singh’ cases).
You can also qualify if you are:
• n EEA national former worker or self-employed person who has ceased activity in the UK a because you have retired, are permanently incapacitated, or you’re now working or selfemployed in another EEA state but still retain your residence in the UK,
• he family member or extended family member* of an EEA national who has ceased t activity, or
• he family member or extended family member* of an EEA national former worker or selft employed person who has died.

*You can only apply as an extended family member if you’ve held valid residence documentation
(registration certificate, residence card, or EEA family permit) throughout the relevant qualifying period. Replace or renew your permanent residence document
You can also use this form if you have previously been issued with a document certifying permanent residence or permanent residence card (or equivalent document) and want to replace it because it has been permanently lost or stolen, or renew it because it has expired.

The fee
There is a fee of £65 for each person applying for a document certifying permanent residence or permanent residence card. If you do not pay the fee, your application will be invalid and returned to you without consideration. See the payment guidance notes, enclosed with this form, for further information.
This form is designed for one applicant only. If you have a partner or other family members who wish to apply, they must each complete their own form and pay the specified application fee.

Biometric information for non-EEA nationals
If you are a non-EEA national applying for a permanent residence card, you must give your biometric information (fingerprints and a digital photograph) before your application will be considered. If you do not, we may reject your application.
See pages 7-12 of this form for further information.

Completing the application form
Complete all relevant sections of the form as directed. Use a black pen and write names, addresses and similar details in capital letters. In sections where you are asked to give your personal details and address, leave a space between each name and each part of the address.
You must also send the relevant evidence as specified in section 18 of this form.
Only complete the sections of the form that are relevant to you. If a section does not apply to you, leave it blank.
To save paper, postage and storage costs, we recommend that you only print and send us the:
• ront page of the form, and f • ections of the form that you have actually completed (including the payment section and, if s required, the biometric section).

Where to send your completed application
You cannot apply in person at our Premium Service Centres.
You must send your completed application form, supporting documents, and payment of £65 to the address below:
Home Office – EEA applications
PO Box 590
Durham
DH99 1AD
Sending it to any other address will delay your application.
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Payment Guidance
The Fee

There is a fee of £65 for this application.
Please note that your application will be rejected as invalid if you do not pay the specified fee.

How you can pay
You can pay by any of the following methods:
• Cheque/Bankers Draft
• Postal Order
• Credit card - Mastercard, Visa (including Electron) or American Express (Amex)
• Debit card - Delta, Maestro* (including Solo)
* Maestro - We can accept only Maestro cards issued in the UK.
Please note that when making large or multiple payments using your credit card, the anti-fraud measures that banks operate sometimes stop the full payment being taken. This can happen for a number of reasons. To prevent this you may inform your bank of your intention to make large or multiple payments in advance so that your bank allows the full payment to be taken when you submit your application. Please be aware that not all banks offer this service.

Cheques and postal orders
You must make the cheque or postal order payable to ‘Home Office’ and cross the cheque or postal order A/C Payee only. Please write the full name and date of birth of the applicant on the back of the cheque and/or each postal order and keep the postal order receipt(s). Please make sure that the date and the amount (words and figures) are correct and that the cheque is signed properly. Attach your cheque or postal order(s) to the front of the application form.

Completing the payment details page
To ensure that your payment is processed without any delay, please follow this guidance when completing the Payment Details section.
1-2 The address at 1 should be the contact address in the UK for any correspondence. If it is not your home address (eg a solicitor or other authorised immigration adviser may be submitting the application), give the contact name at 2.
3 This should be the full name of the main applicant as given in his or her passport or travel document. 4 Date of birth - for example, 3 January 1980 should be written 03 01 1980 in the spaces
­provided.
5 If you do not select a fee then we cannot take a payment and your application will be rejected as invalid.

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9 The name as displayed on the credit/debit card
10 Card number - this is the long number across the centre of the card
11 The card security number is a three-digit security code known as the card verification value
(CVV). It consists of the last three numbers on the signature strip on the back of the card as shown below. For Amex the security code consists of 4 digits and is found on the front of the card. If you do not provide the CVV number, we cannot take the payment and your application will be rejected as invalid.
12 Cardholder’s signature - the person named on the credit/debit card must sign and date these sections. AMERICAN EXPRESS
AUTHORISED SIGNATURE

4567 123

CVV

123

CVV

1234

1234 123456 12345

1234

Consideration process
• If the payment submitted does not cover the full cost of your application, it will be an invalid application and the form, together with any documentation submitted, will be returned to you.
• The fee charged is for the processing and consideration of the application. This fee will be payable once the application form is received by the Home Office or its payment processing agent, regardless of the outcome of the application.
• We cannot begin the consideration process until the payment has cleared. We allow 5 working days for payments made by cheque to clear, credit/debit cards and postal orders will clear immediately. EEA(PR) - Version 04/15

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Payment details - EEA(PR)

Please complete this page in block capitals and black ink after first reading the payment guidance. It is mandatory to complete this section. If it is not complete, the application will be invalid and will be returned to you.
1. Contact address in the UK for correspondence

Postcode
2. Contact name in the UK if different from that of the applicant

3. Full name as given in your passport or travel document

4. Date of Birth

D D

M M

Y Y Y Y

5. Amount - please tick the amount you are paying. If no fee is ticked we cannot take a payment and your application will be rejected as invalid.
Amount to pay - single applicant - £65
6. How are you paying? Please tick a box.
Postal order

Cheque

Debit or credit card

Banker’s draft

7. Paying by cheque/bankers draft - please give cheque details below (payable to ‘Home Office’)
Cheque number

Account number

Sort code
-

-

8. Which card are you using for payment? Please tick a box
Visa/Electron

Mastercard/Amex

Maestro/Solo

Delta

9. Name on card
10. Card number

11. Card details

Valid from
/

Expiry date
/

12. Cardholders signature

CVV number

Issue No. if available Date

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Biometric information for non-EEA nationals: form
EEA(PR)
Note: this section applies to non-EEA nationals applying for a permanent residence card only.
Do not complete this section if you are an EEA national applying for a document certifying permanent residence – proceed straight to section 1 instead.
If you are a non-EEA national applying for a permanent residence card, you must complete this section in full. If you do not, we may reject your application and return it to you without consideration. Introduction
In accordance with the Immigration (Provision of Physical Data) Regulations 2006 (as amended), any non-EEA national applying for a permanent residence card as evidence of their right to reside under the Immigration (European Economic Area) Regulations 2006 (as amended) (‘the
EEA Regulations’) must give their biometric information (fingerprints and a digital photograph) before their application will be considered. You must complete this section fully to ensure that we have the correct information when you attend your biometric appointment.
When we receive your application, we will send you a biometric enrolment letter. This will instruct you to make an appointment at a designated Post Office to have your biometric information recorded. You will be charged an additional handling fee for this service, payable to the Post Office Ltd. You must pay the fee by cash or debit card when you attend your biometric enrolment appointment.

Do not send the biometric enrolment fee with your application fee.
Your application may be rejected as invalid if you do not enrol your biometric information when requested. For more information about biometrics, please visit www.gov.uk/ biometric-residence-permits Definitions
In this section, the term ‘residence card (biometric format)’ means a residence card, permanent residence card or derivative residence card issued under the EEA Regulations after you have given your biometric information. This is issued as a separate biometric card and not as a vignette or sticker in your passport, travel document, or other document.
If you currently have, or last had:
• a residence card (biometric format) confirming your right to reside under the EEA Regulations, or • a biometric residence permit confirming that you had been granted leave to remain under the
Immigration Rules or Immigration Act 1971, you must include this document with your application (unless you have already returned the document to us).
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Your personal details
1. Your title - please tick
(Please state)
Mr

Mrs

Miss

Ms

Master

Other

Your full name:

Your nationality:

Your date of birth:

D D

M M

Y Y Y Y

Village, town or city of birth:

Country of birth:

Your home address in the UK:

Postcode

Current or previous residence card (biometric format) or biometric residence permit
2. Have you been issued with a residence card (biometric format) or biometric residence permit
(BRP) in connection with a previous application under the EEA Regulations or for leave to remain? Yes go to question 3
No
go to question 13
Note: if you were last issued with a residence card under the EEA Regulations in the form a vignette or sticker in your passport, travel document, or other document (such as an ‘immigration status document’), answer ‘no’ to the above question.
If yes, please give details of your residence card (biometric format) or BRP below. You must include this document with your application, unless it is not available for one of the reasons specified below.

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3. Residence card (biometric format) or BRP number:

4. Issue date:

D D

M M

Y Y Y Y

5. Expiry date:

D D

M M

Y Y Y Y

6. Nationality recorded on the residence card (biometric format) or BRP:

7. Place of issue:

8. Residence card (biometric format) or BRP enclosed?
Yes

No

If not enclosed then please state where the residence card (biometric format) or BRP is now:
Returned to Home Office - go to question 9
Stolen - go to question 10
Lost - go to question 11
Other - go to question 12
9. If the residence card (biometric format) or BRP has been returned to the Home Office, please give details below.
Reason it was returned:

Date it was returned:

D D

M M

Y Y Y Y

10. If the residence card (biometric format) or BRP was stolen, please give details below.
Police report number:

Crime reference number:

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Police station:

Date reported to the police:
D D
M M
Y Y Y Y
Date reported to the Home Office card management service:
D D
M M
Y Y Y Y
11. If the residence card (biometric format) or BRP was lost, please give details below.
Date it was lost:

D D

M M

Y Y Y Y

Where it was lost:

Date reported to the Home Office card management service:
D D
M M
Y Y Y Y
12. If the residence card (biometric format) or BRP is not enclosed for any other reason, please explain why you are unable to provide it below:

Fingerprints in previous immigration applications
13. Have you had your fingerprints taken as part of a previous UK immigration application made in the UK or abroad (including for an EEA family permit)?
Yes
continue below
No
go to question 14
Please give details below for each case. If you need more space, continue on a separate sheet and enclose it with this application form.
The name in which your fingerprints were taken

Date on which Place at which they they were taken were taken
(DD/MM/YYYY)

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Special arrangements for medical conditions
14. Do you have a medical or physical condition which may require special arrangements for your biometric features to be recorded?
Yes

Please provide us with a letter from a treating clinician registered with the
General Medical Council (GMC) giving details of the condition and/or special needs and explaining any arrangements that may be necessary.

No

Applicants under the age of 16
15. Are you under the age of 16?
Yes
answer questions
16 to 18

No

go to question 19

16. Any child under the age of 16 must be accompanied by a responsible adult when they attend their biometric appointment. Please give details of the person who will be accompanying you when you attend your biometric appointment.
Name of responsible adult:

Date of birth of responsible adult: D D

M M

Y Y Y Y

Nationality of responsible adult:

Relationship of responsible adult to you:

17. Is the responsible adult your parent or legal guardian?
Yes

go to question 19

No

go to question 18

Note: The responsible adult accompanying any child under the age of 16 will need to provide a form of photographic identification, such as a passport or UK photo driving licence. If that person is not the parent or guardian of the child, they must have a letter confirming that they are a responsible adult who has a close connection to the child and has been authorised to accompany him or her.

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18. Please explain why your parent or legal guardian will not be accompanying you to the appointment:

Declaration
19. As required by the Immigration (Provision of Physical Data) Regulations 2006 (as amended),
I confirm that I am applying for a residence card (biometric format) for myself. If I am a sole applicant under the age of 16, I understand that the Home Office may make enquiries about any responsible adult nominated to be present when my fingerprints and/or a photograph are taken. Signed

Date

D D

M M

Y Y Y Y

Now go to section 1.

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Section 1 - Applicant’s details

You must complete this section as required, even if you have already completed the biometric section. If you do not, your application may be delayed or even refused.

Document applied for
1.1 Which document are you applying for? Please tick:
I’m an EEA national and I’m applying for a document certifying permanent residence
I’m a non-EEA national and I’m applying for a permanent residence card
Photographs - You must provide two recent identical photographs of yourself with your full name on the back of each one. Please place the photographs in a small sealed envelope and attach it across this box with a staple or paper clip at the right-hand side.
Please make sure that the staple or paper clip does not damage or mark the photographs.
All photographs must be as specified in the photograph guidance. A copy of the photograph guidance can be found at: www.gov.uk/photos-for-passports

Your name
1.2 Your title - please tick
(Please state)
Mr

Mrs

Miss

Ms

Master

Other

1.3 Your full name as shown in your passport, travel document or EEA national identity card

1.4 Surname or family name as shown in your passport, travel document or EEA national identity card

1.5 Any other name(s) by which you are or have been known
Name(s)
Dates during which you have used this/these name(s)

1.6 If you have changed your name, why did you change it?
Marriage/civil partnership

Divorce

Other (please state)

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Your gender and relationship status
1.7 What is your gender?

Male

Female

1.8 What is your relationship status?
Married

Dissolved civil partnership

Civil partner

Surviving civil partner

Single

Unmarried partner

Divorced

Separated

Widow / widower

Separation order

Your date of birth, place of birth and nationality
1.9 Your date of birth

D D

M M

Y Y Y Y

1.10 Village, town or city of birth
1.11 Country of birth
1.12 Your current nationality (as stated in your passport, travel document or national identity card) 1.13 Do you currently hold, or have you ever held, any other nationality or citizenship?
Yes

No

1.14 If Yes, please give details below:
Nationality or citizenship

Dates held
From (DD/MM/YYYY)
To (DD/MM/YYYY)*

* If you still hold the relevant nationality or citizenship, please write ‘present’.
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Your passport or national identity card
1.15 Please give details of your current passport, travel document or (if you are an EEA national) national identity card in the table below.
Passport or travel document
National identity card (EEA national only)
Document reference number
Place of issue
Issuing authority
Date of issue
Expiry date
1.16 Are you submitting a valid passport, travel document or (if you are an EEA national) national identity card with this application?
Yes, valid passport

Yes, valid travel document

Yes, valid national identity card

No

1.17 If you have answered no to question 1.16, please say why not in the box below and submit any relevant supporting evidence
Reason(s) for not submitting a valid passport, travel document or national identity card:

Unless your valid passport, travel document or national identity card is already with the Home
Office, you must also submit alternative evidence of your identity and nationality. Please say what this evidence is in the box below

Please note: we will only accept alternative evidence of your identity and nationality if you can show that you are not able to submit a valid passport, travel document or national identity card due to circumstances beyond your control.
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Your personal reference numbers
1.18 Home Office reference number(s):

1.19 UK national insurance number:

1.20 Biometric residence permit number:

1.21 Residence card or registration certificate number:

1.22 Any other Home Office reference number:

If you do not have any of the above reference numbers, please write ‘N/A’ (not applicable) in the relevant box or leave it blank.

Your contact details
1.23 Your home address in the UK:

Postcode
1.24 Your name and address in the UK for all correspondence if different from your home address: Postcode
1.25 Is the address in 1.24 the address of your representative or authorised immigration adviser? Yes

No

Not applicable

1.26 If you have answered yes to question 1.25, how is your representative authorised? If you are not sure, ask your representative.
Regulated by the Office of the Immigration Services Commissioner (OISC)
OISC reference number:
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Regulated by the Law Society or other relevant professional body or regulator
Registered or authorised in an EEA state
Supervised
Exempt, or employed or supervised by an exempt person
Specified by Order
I don’t know
1.27 Your home/daytime telephone number

1.28 Your mobile number if you have one

1.29 Your email address and that of your representative if you have one. Please write your email address clearly in block capitals and note that we can only send updates to the email address you provide.
Your email address:

Please re-enter your email address in block capitals:

Your representative’s email address:

The Home Office or person’s acting on behalf of the Home Office may use the above email address(es) to communicate with you about your application. You must check your email account at regular intervals and respond to any further information requests as soon as possible.

Other family members of the EEA national applying at the same time as you
1.30 If you have a partner or other family members or relatives applying for European residence documentation at the same time as you, please enter their details in the table on the following page. This will help us keep your applications together. Continue on a separate sheet if necessary.
Please note that each family member must complete their own application form and pay the specified application fee.
We strongly recommend that you enclose all applications in the same envelope if you want them to be considered together.

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Full name

Nationality

Date of birth
(DD/MM/YYYY)

Application form used or document applied for

Now go to section 2.

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Section 2 - About your application
Complete this section to indicate the basis on which you’re applying for a document certifying permanent residence or permanent residence card and then complete the relevant sections as directed. Category of application
2.1 Have you previously been issued with a document certifying permanent residence, permanent residence card, or residence permit or residence document endorsed to say you can stay in the UK indefinitely?
Yes

go to 2.2

No

go to 2.3

2.2 If you answered yes to 2.1, are you applying to replace that document because it has been permanently lost or stolen or renew it because it has expired?
Note: if your document has been revoked or cancelled by the Home Office, tick no.
Yes

go to straight to section 3, then complete sections 17, 18 and 19

No

go to 2.3 below

2.3 Please tick the relevant box(es) below to indicate how you have acquired permanent residence I’ve lived in the UK for a continuous period of five years as an EEA national qualified person, the family member or extended family member of a qualified person, or a combination of these. Complete sections 5, 9, 16, 17, 18 and 19. (If you are or have been a family member or extended family member, also complete the relevant section(s) as indicated in question 2.4 below.) I’m an EEA national who ceased activity (stopped work or self-employment) due to retirement, permanent incapacity or because I’m now active as a worker or self-employed person in another EEA state.
Complete sections 5, 7, 9, 16, 17, 18, and 19.
I’m the family member or extended family member of an EEA national who ceased activity.
Complete sections 5, 7, 9, 16, 17, 18, and 19 (and the relevant section(s) as indicated in question 2.4 below).
I’m the family member or extended family member of an EEA national former worker or selfemployed person who has died.
Complete sections 5, 6, 9, 16, 17, 18, and 19 (and the relevant section(s) as indicated in question 2.4 below).

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I’ve retained my right of residence after my EEA national family member died or left the UK, or their marriage or civil partnership ended in divorce, annulment or dissolution, and I’ve lived in the UK for a continuous period of five years (including time spent as a family member).
Complete sections 5, 8, 9, 16, 17, 18 and 19 (and the relevant section(s) as indicated in question 2.4 below).
I’m the family member of a British citizen who exercised their free movement rights in another
EEA state before returning to the UK and I’ve lived in the UK for a continuous period of five years as their family member (‘Surinder Singh’ route).
Complete sections 5, 10, 17, 18 and 19 (and the relevant sections as indicated in question
2.4 below).

Family members and extended family members
2.4 If you’re applying on the basis that you are, or have been, the family member or extended family member of a relevant EEA national or British citizen (your ‘sponsor’), or you have retained your right of residence, please indicate the category of family member below and complete the relevant section, in addition to the sections mentioned above.
You must also complete section 4 with details of your sponsor.
I am or have been the spouse, civil partner, or unmarried or same-sex partner of the sponsor.
Complete section 11.
I am or have been the descendant (child or grandchild) aged under 21 of the sponsor, or of the sponsor’s spouse or civil partner.
Complete section 12.
I am or have been the dependent child or grandchild aged 21 or over, parent, or grandparent of the sponsor (or of the sponsor’s spouse or civil partner).
Complete section 13.
I’m an extended family member (relative) of the EEA national sponsor, or of their spouse or civil partner, and I’m dependent on them and/or I’m a member of their household.
Complete section 14.
I’m an extended family member (relative) of the EEA national sponsor, or of their spouse or civil partner, and I strictly require their personal care on serious health grounds.
Complete section 15.
Note: if you are, or have been, an extended family member of the relevant EEA national, you must have held valid residence documentation (registration certificate, residence card or EEA family permit) throughout the relevant qualifying period.

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Only complete the sections of the form that are relevant to you. If a section does not apply to you, leave it blank.
To save paper, postage and storage costs, we recommend that you only print and send us the front page(s) of the form and the sections of the form that you have actually completed.
In all cases, please also complete the Identity Document Checklist on the final page of this form.

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Section 3 - Replace or renew your permanent residence document
Complete this section if you have previously been issued with a permanent residence document
(see below for definition) under the Immigration (European Economic Area) Regulations 2006 or
2000 (‘EEA Regulations’) but that document has been permanently lost or stolen and you would like to replace it, or it has expired and you would like to renew it.
In this section, ‘permanent residence document’ means—
• document certifying permanent residence issued to an EEA national under the EEA a Regulations 2006,
• permanent residence card issued to a non-EEA national under the EEA Regulations 2006, a • residence permit issued to an EEA national under the EEA Regulations 2000 endorsed to a say you can stay in the UK indefinitely, or
• residence document issued to a non-EEA national under the EEA Regulations 2000 a endorsed to say you can stay in the UK indefinitely.
Note: only complete this section if you still have a permanent right of residence. If the relevant document was revoked or cancelled, or you have been outside the UK for a continuous period of more than two years since it was issued, you cannot apply to replace or renew it and will need to qualify for permanent residence again.

About your permanent residence document
3.1 Which document do you wish to replace or renew?
Document certifying permanent residence
Residence permit endorsed to say you can stay in the UK indefinitely
Permanent residence card
Residence document endorsed to say you can stay in the UK indefinitely
3.2 Give details of the document below
Date of issue:

D D

M M

Y Y Y Y

D D

M M

Y Y Y Y

Document reference number:
Date of expiry (if stated):

3.3 Why do you wish to replace or renew it?
Document is permanently lost – answer questions 3.4 and 3.5 then 3.7 and 3.8

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Document has been stolen – answer questions 3.4 and 3.5 then 3.7 and 3.8
Document has expired (permanent residence card only) – answer questions 3.7 and 3.8
Other reason – answer questions 3.6, 3.7 and 3.8

Document permanently lost or stolen
3.4 If the document has been permanently lost or stolen, did you report this to the police?
Yes

No

If you have answered no, we cannot replace your document. The only exception to this is if the document was retained by your national authorities (for example, when you renewed your passport). If this is the case, give further information in 3.6 below and provide relevant evidence
– e.g. a letter from your country’s embassy.
3.5 Give details of when and where you reported the loss or theft of the document
Where was it lost/stolen?
When was it lost/stolen?

D D

M M

Y Y Y Y

Name of the police station to which you reported the loss or theft:

Date you reported it:

D D

M M

Y Y Y Y

Crime reference number:
You must include evidence with your application – see section 18

Other reasons
3.6 If you have ticked ‘Other reason’ in question 3.3, give the full reason(s) below and provide any relevant supporting evidence.

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Absences from the UK
3.7 Since you were issued with your permanent residence document, have you at any time been absent from the UK for a continuous period of more than two years?
Yes

No

If you have answered yes, you will have lost your right to permanent residence and should not complete this form.
3.8 Give details of your absences from the UK since the document was issued. Continue on a separate sheet if necessary and enclose with your application. You must also provide evidence of your continued residence in the UK since it was lost.
Country or countries visited

Date of departure Date of return

Number of days* * Enter whole days’ absences only. Do not include the day you left the UK or returned to the UK.
For example, if you were absent from the UK between 1 January 2014 and 31 January 2014, enter 29 days (2 January to 30 January inclusive).
Now go to section 17.

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Section 4 - Your sponsor
Complete this section with details of your sponsor if, during the relevant qualifying period, you have mainly had a right of residence as a family member or extended family member, or if you’re applying on the basis that you have retained your right of residence.
‘Sponsor’ means the person from whom you derive your right of residence in the UK and who is your: • EA national family member or extended family member who is, or has been, a qualified
E
person or who has permanent residence,
• EA national former family member who was a qualified person or had permanent residence
E
(if you’re applying in the retained right of residence category), or
• ritish citizen family member who has exercised free movement rights in an EEA state other
B
than the UK (if you’re applying under the ‘Surinder Singh’ route).
‘Relevant qualifying period’ means the period required to acquire permanent residence. This is normally five years, unless you’re applying as the family member of an EEA national who ceased activity, or who has died.

A. Your sponsor’s personal details
Photographs - Enclose at least one passport-sized photograph of your sponsor with their full name written clearly on the back.
Please place the photograph(s) in a small sealed envelope and attach it across this box with a staple or paper clip at the right-hand side.
Please make sure that the staple or paper clip does not damage or mark the photograph(s).
All photographs must be as specified in the photograph guidance. A copy of the photograph guidance can be found at: www.gov.uk/photos-for-passports
If you cannot provide a photograph of your sponsor because they have died, left the UK, or you’re unable to contact them, tick the box below:

Your sponsor’s name
4.1 Title - please tick
(Please state)
Mr

Mrs

Miss

Ms

Master

Other

4.2 Full name as shown in their passport or national identity card

4.3 Surname or family name as shown in their passport or national identity card

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4.4 Any other name(s) they are or have been, known by
Name(s)

Dates during which they have used this/these name(s)

4.5 If they have changed their name, why did they change it?
Marriage/civil partnership

Divorce

Other (please state)

Your sponsor’s gender and relationship status
4.6 What is their gender?

Male

Female

4.7 What is their relationship status?
Married

Dissolved civil partnership

Civil partner

Surviving civil partner

Single

Unmarried partner

Divorced

Separated

Widow / widower

Separation order

Your sponsor’s date of birth, place of birth and nationality
4.8 Date of birth

D D

M M

Y Y Y Y

4.9 Village, town or city of birth

4.10 Country of birth

4.11 Their current nationality (as stated in their passport or national identity card)

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4.12 Do they currently hold, or have they ever held, any other nationality or citizenship?
Yes

No

4.13 If Yes, please give details below:
Nationality or citizenship

Dates held
From (DD/MM/YYYY)

To (DD/MM/YYYY)*

* If you still hold the relevant nationality or citizenship, please write ‘present’.

Evidence of your sponsor’s identity and nationality
4.14 Please give details of your sponsor’s current passport or national identity card in the table below. Passport
National identity card
Document reference number
Place of issue
Issuing authority
Date of issue
Expiry date
4.15 Are you submitting your sponsor’s valid passport or national identity card with this application? Yes, valid passport

Yes, valid national identity card

No
4.16 If you have answered no to question 4.15, please say why not below.

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You must also submit alternative evidence of your sponsor’s identity and nationality. Please say what this is below.

Your sponsor’s personal reference numbers
4.17 Home Office reference number(s):

4.18 UK national insurance number:

4.19 Registration certificate number:

4.20 Document certifying permanent residence number:

4.21 Any other Home Office reference number:

If your sponsor does not have any of the above reference numbers, please write ‘N/A’ (not applicable) in the relevant box or leave it blank.

Your sponsor’s contact details
4.22 Please give your sponsor’s home address in the UK, if different from your address given in section 1.

Postcode

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B. Your relationship to your sponsor
4.23 Please tick the relevant box(es) below to show how you are, or were, related to your sponsor (the person named in subsection A above). Complete (1) if you are (or were) their family member or (2) if you’re their extended family member.
(1)

Family member of the relevant EEA national or British citizen (see Note 1)

Note 1: If you’re claiming to have retained your right of residence as the former family member of a relevant EEA national, please tick the relevant box(es) to show how you were related to that person before your family relationship ended.
Spouse

Civil partner

Child aged under 21 of the sponsor, or of the sponsor’s spouse or civil partner

Dependent child aged 21 or over of the sponsor, or of the sponsor’s spouse or civil partner

Grandchild (see Note 2) aged under 21 of the sponsor, or of the sponsor’s spouse or civil partner

Dependent grandchild aged 21 or over
(see Note 2) of the sponsor, or of the sponsor’s spouse or civil partner

Dependent parent (see Note 2) of the sponsor, or of the sponsor’s spouse/civil partner Dependent grandparent (see Note 2) of the sponsor, or of the sponsor’s spouse or civil partner

Note 2: If your sponsor is an EEA national who only has, or has had, a right to reside as a student, and you’re their (or their spouse’s/civil partner’s) grandchild, parent, or grandparent, you must qualify as their extended family member instead and should tick the relevant box in (2) below.
(2)

Extended family member of the relevant EEA national (see Note 3)

Note 3: If you’re applying as an extended family member, you must have:
• eld valid residence documentation (registration certificate, residence card or EEA family h permit) throughout the relevant qualifying period, and
• et the definition of ‘extended family member’ throughout the relevant qualifying period (e.g. m you must have been in a durable relationship with the relevant EEA national, or been their dependent relative or a relative who strictly requires their personal care).

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Unmarried partner or same-sex partner of the EEA national, in a durable (lasting) relationship with them

Brother/sister of the relevant EEA national, or of their spouse/civil partner

Nephew/niece of the relevant EEA national, or of their spouse/civil partner

Cousin of the relevant EEA national, or of their spouse/civil partner

Aunt/uncle (including great aunt/uncle) of the relevant EEA national, or of their spouse/civil partner

Grandchild (see Note 4) of the relevant
EEA national, or of their spouse/civil partner Parent (see Note 4) of the relevant EEA national, or of their spouse/civil partner

Grandparent (see Note 4) of the relevant
EEA national, or of their spouse/civil partner Other - please state:

Note 4: Only tick parent, grandparent or grandchild in the table above if your sponsor only has a right to reside in the UK as a student. If your sponsor is/was a worker, self-employed, selfsufficient, or a jobseeker, or has permanent residence, and you’re their grandchild, parent or grandparent, you should tick the relevant option under ‘family member’ instead.
4.24 If you’re not the brother, sister, mother or father of the sponsor, or of the sponsor’s spouse or civil partner, please explain in more detail how you’re related to them. For example, if you’re a
‘first cousin once removed’ of an EEA national on your mother’s side, you could state ‘my mother is the first cousin of the relevant EEA national’.

You must provide evidence of how you’re related to your sponsor or, in the case of a partner, in a durable (lasting) relationship with them. See section 18 for guidance on the evidence you must submit. You must also complete the relevant section(s) with information about your relationship
– see section 2 for guidance on which section(s) you must complete.
Now go to section 5.

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Section 5 - Residence in the UK and previous EEA documentation Complete this section with details of your and (if applicable) your sponsor’s residence in the UK and any EEA residence documentation that you currently hold, or have previously held.

A. Residence in the UK
5.1 Date you first entered the UK
D D

M M

Y Y Y Y

or

Born in the UK

5.2 If you are applying as a family member or extended family member, or because you have retained your right of residence, date your sponsor entered the UK
D D

M M

Y Y Y Y

Born in UK

Or not applicable

5.3 Have you (or has your sponsor, if applicable) had any absences from the UK since you/they entered? Yes

No

If yes, please give details in the tables below. Continue on a separate sheet if necessary and enclose with your application.
You:
Country or countries visited

Date of departure

Date of return

Number of days* Date of departure

Date of return

Number of days* Your sponsor (if applicable)
Country or countries visited

* Enter whole days’ absences only. Do not include the day you left the UK or returned to the UK.
For example, if you were absent from the UK between 1 January 2014 and 31 January 2014, enter 29 days (2 January to 30 January inclusive).
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5.4 If you were or your sponsor was absent from the UK for more than six months in any
12-month period, please indicate the reason for the absence by ticking the relevant box below:
Military service
Other important reasons, such as pregnancy and childbirth, serious illness, study or vocational training, or an overseas employment posting
Give further details below. Continue on a separate sheet if necessary and enclose with your application B. Current or previous EEA residence documentation
5.5 Do you currently hold, or have you previously been issued with, any EEA residence documentation listed in table below?
Yes

No

If yes, pleaes provide details below
Document
Date of issue EEA family permit

Date of expiry Document reference number

Registration certificate
Residence card
Document certifying permanent residence
Permanent residence card
Derivative residence card*
* Note: time spent in the UK with a derivative right of residence does not count towards permanent residence.

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5.6 Were any of the above documents issued to you on the basis that you are, or were, the family member or extended family member of the sponsor named in section 4?
Yes

No

If yes, provide details below:

5.7 Have any of the above documents since been revoked or cancelled by the Home Office?
Note: only answer ‘yes’ if you have received a formal notice from the Home Office telling you that it has been revoked, or if it was cancelled by a Border Force (immigration) officer. Do not answer ‘yes’ if the document has simply expired.
Yes

No

If yes, provide details below:

5.8 Are you enclosing the relevant document(s) with your application?
Yes

No

5.9 If you have answered no to 5.8, please explain why you are not enclosing it/them and provide any relevant supporting evidence (e.g. if the document was stolen, details of when you reported it to the police, crime reference number, and evidence that you reported it, such as a police lost property report).

Now go to—
• ection 6 if you’re the family member or extended family member of an EEA national who has
S
died
• ection 7 if you are, or your sponsor is, an EEA national who has ceased activity
S
• ection 8 if you have retained your right of residence
S
• ection 10 if you’re the family member of a British citizen and applying under the ‘Surinder
S
Singh’ judgment
• ection 9 in all other cases.
S
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Section 6 - Family member or extended family member of an EEA national worker or self-employed person who has died
Complete this section if your sponsor was an EEA national worker or self-employed person who has died and you were living with them as their family member or extended family member immediately before their death.
Note: if you’re applying as an extended family member, you must have held valid residence documentation (registration certificate, residence card, or EEA family permit) as the relevant EEA national’s extended family member immediately before their death. Give details of that document in section 5 and enclose it with your application.
6.1 Date your sponsor died

D D

M M

Y Y Y Y

6.2 Were you living with your sponsor immediately before they died?
Yes

No

6.3 What was your sponsor’s status immediately before they died?
Worker

Self-employed

You must give further details of your sponsor’s activity in section 9.
6.4 Had your sponsor lived in the UK for at least 2 years immediately before they died?
Yes

No

6.5 Was your sponsor’s death due to an accident at work or an occupational disease?
Yes

No

If yes, give details below:

Now go to section 9.

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Section 7 - EEA national former worker or selfemployed person who has ceased activity
Complete this section if you are, or your sponsor is, an EEA national who was working or selfemployed in the UK and you or they have ‘ceased activity’ because you/they:
• ave retired, h • re permanently incapacitated, or a • re now active as a worker or self-employed person in another EEA state but you/they still a have your/their main home in the UK.
In the rest of this section, ‘relevant EEA national’ refers to the person (you or your sponsor, whichever is applicable) who ceased activity.
Note: if you’re applying as an extended family member of a relevant EEA national who has ceased activity, you must hold, or have held, valid residence documentation (registration certificate, residence card, or EEA family permit), as their extended family member.
7.1 What was the relevant EEA national’s status in the UK immediately before they ceased activity? Worker

Self-employed

Other (please state)

7.2 Date the relevant EEA national ceased activity

D D

M M

Y Y Y Y

7.3 How long had the relevant EEA national been living in the UK before they ceased activity?

7.4 How long had the relevant EEA national been working or self-employed in the UK before they ceased activity?

Note: you must give details of your/your sponsor’s activity in the UK before you/they ceased activity in section 9.
7.5 If you are the family member or extended family member of the relevant EEA national, were you living in the UK immediately before the relevant EEA national ceased activity?
Yes

No

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7.6 Reason the relevant EEA national ceased activity – please tick:
Retired when they reached state pension age – go to section 9
Took early retirement (worker only) – go to section 9
Permanent incapacity to work – answer questions 7.7 and 7.8 below
Now active in another EEA state – answer questions 7.9 to 7.16 below

Permanent incapacity
7.7 Was the incapacity the result of an industrial accident or occupational disease?
Yes

No

If yes, give details below:

7.8 If you answered yes to 7.7, does the relevant EEA national receive a pension paid in part or in full by an institution in the UK?
Yes

No

Not applicable

If yes, give details below:

Working or self-employed in another EEA state
7.9 What is the name of the EEA state in which the relevant EEA national is now active as a worker or self-employed person?

7.10 What is the relevant EEA national doing in the EEA state named above?
Worker

Self-employed

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7.11 When did the relevant EEA national start work/self-employment in the EEA state?

7.12 Give details of the relevant EEA national’s employment or self-employment in the EEA state below:
Name and address of employer or business

Job title or position Number of held or type of hours normally business worked each week Salary or wage* Start date of employment or self-employment *Give the figure before deductions for tax, national insurance and other regular deductions.
7.13 If you have any other information to give about the relevant EEA national’s activity in the
EEA state, use the box below:

7.14 Does the relevant EEA national continue to own or rent property for his or her own use in the UK?
Yes

No

If yes, and the address is different to the one given in section 1.23 or 4.22, what is that address?

Postcode

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7.15 How often does the relevant EEA national return to their address in the UK?

7.16 Complete the table below with details of all absences from the EEA state mentioned above by the relevant EEA national:
Country or countries visited

Date of departure Date of return

Number of days* * Enter whole days’ absences only. Do not include the day you/they left or returned to the EEA state. For example, if you/they were absent from the EEA state between 1 January 2014 and 31
January 2014, enter 29 days (2 January to 30 January inclusive).
Now go to section 9.

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Section 8 - Retained right of residence
Complete this section if you previously had a right of residence as the family member of a relevant EEA national (your ‘sponsor’ named in section 4), you have retained your right of residence for one of the reasons given below, and you have now completed 5 years’ continuous residence in the UK (this can include time spent in the UK as the family member of the relevant
EEA national).

Category of retained right
8.1 Tick the relevant box below to indicate the basis on which you claim to have retained your right of residence.
My sponsor has died and I had lived in the UK for at least one year at the time of his or her death. (Complete subsections A, E and F.)
My sponsor has died or left the UK and I am, or a family member is, a child of the sponsor (or of their spouse/civil partner) who is in education. (Complete subsections B and E.)
I am the parent with actual custody of a child mentioned in subsection B. (Complete subsections B, C and E.)
I, or one of my family members, was the spouse or civil partner of the sponsor and the marriage or civil partnership has legally ended in divorce, annulment or dissolution.
(Complete subsections D, E and F.)
In all cases, you must submit the relevant evidence listed in section 18.

A. Death of sponsor – one year’s residence
8.2 Date the sponsor died:

D D

M M

Y Y Y Y

8.3 How long had you been living in the UK as the family member of the sponsor at the date of the sponsor’s death?
Years

Months

Now go to subsection E.

B. Sponsor died or left the UK – child or children in education
8.4 If the sponsor has died, date of their death:

D D

M M

Y Y Y Y

8.5 If the sponsor has left the UK, date they left the UK:

D D

M M

Y Y Y Y

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Please give details of all children who qualify in this subcategory. If there are more than two children, make a copy of this page, or continue on a separate sheet, and enclose with your application When you have completed this subsection, go to subsection E below.

Child 1
8.6 Full name of the child:

8.7 How is (or was) the child related to the sponsor at the time of his/her death or departure from the UK?
Child/grandchild of the sponsor

Child/grandchild of the person who was spouse or civil partner of the sponsor when he or she died or left the UK
8.8 Was the child in education at the time the sponsor died or left the UK?
Yes

No

8.9 Is the child currently in education in the UK?
Yes

No

8.10 Give further details of the child’s education in the UK in the table below.
Name and address of school(s) or college(s) attended

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Child 2
8.11 Full name of the child:

8.12 How is (or was) the child related to the sponsor at the time of his/her death or departure from the UK?
Child/grandchild of the sponsor

Child/grandchild of the person who was spouse or civil partner of the sponsor when he or she died or left the UK
8.13 Was the child in education at the time the sponsor died or left the UK?
Yes

No

8.14 Is the child currently in education in the UK?
Yes

No

8.15 Give further details of the child’s education in the UK in the table below.
Name and address of school(s) or college(s) attended

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C. Parent with actual custody of a child or children in education mentioned in subsection B
8.16 Please confirm the name(s) of the child or children of whom you have custody. Continue on a separate sheet if necessary and enclose with your application.
Full name of child

Date of birth Nationality

Relationship to sponsor Relationship to you 8.17 How long have you had custody of the relevant child/children?

8.18 What kind of custody is this? Please tick:
Court order

By agreement with the sponsor

Other - please state

Now go to subsection E.

D. Marriage or civil partnership ended by divorce, annulment or dissolution Note: if you’re the former spouse or civil partner of the sponsor, make sure you complete section
11 with details of the relationship.

(1)

General questions

8.19 Please confirm who is the former spouse or civil partner of the EEA national sponsor:
I am the former spouse or civil partner of the sponsor
A member of my family is the former spouse or civil partner of the sponsor
If you have ticked ‘a member of my family’, give their details below:

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Full name
Date of birth

D D

M M

Y Y Y Y

Nationality
Relationship to you
8.20 Date of the relevant marriage or civil partnership:

D D

M M

Y Y Y Y

8.21 Date legal proceedings began to end the marriage or civil partnership (that is, the date the divorce petition, nullity petition, dissolution petition, or overseas equivalent, was filed):
D D

M M

Y Y Y Y

8.22 Date the marriage or civil partnership was legally ended (that is, the date the decree absolute, final dissolution order, or overseas equivalent, was issued):
D D

M M

Y Y Y Y

8.23 Were you living in the UK at the date of divorce, annulment or dissolution?
Yes

No

8.24 Was your sponsor present in the UK at the date of divorce, annulment or dissolution?
Yes

No

8.25 If no, where were they and why? (For example, had they left the UK permanently or were they away on business or holiday?)

8.26 How long had your sponsor been living in the UK at the date of divorce, annulment or dissolution? 8.27 How long had you (or the family member named in question 8.19, if you are not the former spouse/civil partner) been living in the UK at the date of divorce, annulment or dissolution?

8.28 Is the sponsor still living in the UK?
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Yes

No

If no, when did they leave the UK?

Don’t know
D D

M M

Y Y Y Y

8.29 Please tick which of the following applies to you (tick more than one box if relevant):
The marriage or civil partnership referred to above lasted for at least three years before legal proceedings began to end it.
The parties to the marriage or civil partnership (that is, you, or the family member referred to in question 8.19, and the relevant EEA national sponsor) lived in the UK for at least one year while they were still married or in a civil partnership .
If you have ticked the two boxes immediately above, you can go straight to subsection E below.
However, you may wish to complete the remaining questions in this subsection if you feel they are relevant to your circumstances.
I have/the person named in 8.19 has custody of a child of the sponsor. Answer the questions under (2) below.
I have/the person named in 8.19 has access rights in the UK to a child of the sponsor and the child is aged under 18. Answer the questions under (3) below.
I, or a member of my family, was the victim of domestic violence while the marriage or civil partnership referred to above was subsisting, or there are other particularly difficult circumstances which justify retaining the right of residence. Complete subsection (4) below.

(2)

Custody of a child of the sponsor

8.30 Details of the relevant child(ren):
Full name of the child

Date of birth

Nationality

8.31 Who has custody of the child(ren)?
I do

The person named in 8.19 does

If ’someone else’, give their details below:
Full name
Date of birth

Nationality

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8.32 What kind of custody is this?
Court order

By agreement with the sponsor

Other - please state

8.33 How long have you/they had custody of the child/children?

(3)

Access rights to a child aged under 18 of the sponsor

8.34 Details of the relevant child(ren):
Full name of the child

Date of birth

Nationality

8.35 Who has access rights to the child?
I do

The person named in 8.19 does

If ’someone else’, give their details below:
Full name
Date of birth

Someone else does

Nationality

Relationship to child

8.36 Has a court ordered that access must take place in the UK?
Yes

No

8.37 How long have you/your family member had these access rights?

Note: you must include the relevant court order with your application.

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(4)

Domestic violence or particularly difficult circumstances

8.38 If you were, or a family member was, the victim of domestic violence while the marriage or civil partnership was subsisting, or there are any other particularly compelling circumstances which you feel justify your retaining your right of residence, please give details below. Continue on a separate sheet if necessary. You must also provide relevant evidence – see section 18.

Now go to subsection E (below).

E.

Your sponsor’s status in the UK at the relevant date

8.39 Please indicate below your sponsor’s status on the date they died, left the UK, or when your (or your family member’s) marriage/civil partnership legally ended (‘the relevant date’).
Permanent right of residence
Qualified person (i.e. worker (including retained worker status), self-employed (including retained self-employed status), self-sufficient, student, jobseeker).
You must give details of your sponsor’s activity in the UK while you were still their family member
– see section 9.
Now go to subsection F below.

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F.

Your status in the UK

You do not need to complete this subsection if you’re applying under category B (child in education, sponsor has died or left the UK) or C (parent with custody of such a child).
You must provide this information if you’re applying under category A (death of sponsor, one year’s residence) or D (marriage/civil partnership ended in divorce, annulment or dissolution).
8.40 Complete the table below with information about your activity in the UK since your sponsor died, left the UK, or their marriage/civil partnership ended.
Activity

From (date)

To (date)

Working for an employer
Retained worker status - temporary incapacity
Retained worker status - involuntarily unemployed and looking for work
Retained worker status - unemployed and doing vocational training Self-employed
Retained self-employed status - temporary incapacity
Self-sufficient
Family member of a non-EEA national in one of the above categories 8.41 If you have indicated that you are, or have been, a family member of a non-EEA national who is/has been working, self-employed or self-sufficient, please give their details below:
Full name
Date of birth

D D

M M

Y Y Y Y

Nationality
Relationship to you

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Employment
8.42 If you have (or your non-EEA family member has) been working, give details below:
Name and address of employer

Start date of employment End date of employment (if applicable) Self-employment
8.43 If you have (or your non-EEA family member has) been self-employed, give details below:
Name and address of business

Type of business

Date started trading Date stopped trading (if applicable) Self-sufficiency
If you are or have been (or your non-EEA family member is or has been) self-sufficient, answer the questions below.
Financial resources

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8.44 Please indicate your/your family member’s financial resources. This could include savings, investments, income from a pension, income from a family member’s lawful employment or self-employment, and so on. If you need to give any more information, use the box at the end of this section.
Source of income

How much it is

How often you/they receive it

Comprehensive sickness insurance
8.45 Give details of what form of comprehensive sickness insurance you have (or your nonEEA family member has) held.
Type of insurance

Period(s) held (from and to)

European Health Insurance Card (EHIC) issued by an EEA member state other than the UK (formerly form E111)
Form S1 (formerly E106, E109 or E121)
Form S2 (formerly E112)
Form S3
Private health insurance plan

Temporary incapacity
8.46 If you are or have been (or your non-EEA family member is or has been) temporarily unable to work or pursue self-employed activity due to an illness or accident, give details below:
Nature of the illness or accident

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How long the incapacity to work lasted or is expected to last:

Vocational training
8.47 If you have (or your non-EEA family member has) been doing vocational training after becoming unemployed, give details below:
Name and address of training provider

Title of course and qualification (if relevant) Start date

End date

8.48 If you/your family member left your/their previous employment voluntarily, is/was the training related to your/their previous work?
Yes

No

Not applicable

If yes, how?

Looking for work
If you have (or your non-EEA family member has) been looking for work after becoming involuntarily unemployed, answer the questions below
8.49 Reason previous employment ended:

8.50 Did you/your non-EEA family member register with the relevant employment office
(Jobcentre Plus in England, Wales or Scotland, or the Jobs and Benefits Office or Social Security
Office in Northern Ireland)?
Yes

No

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If yes, date(s) you/your non-EEA family member registered:

Other information
8.51 Use the box below if you wish to give any further information about your circumstances
(for example, further details of financial resources if you’ve indicated that you are/your non-EEA family member is self-sufficient, or periods not accounted for above). If you have no further information to add, leave this blank.

Now go to section 9 to give details of your (former) sponsor’s activity in the UK.

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Section 9 - Relevant EEA national’s activity in the UK
Complete this section with details of the relevant EEA national’s activity in the UK as a qualified person (also known as ‘exercising Treaty rights’).
‘Relevant EEA national’ means the EEA national who is or has been a qualified person. If you are not the relevant EEA national, you should complete this section with details of what your EEA national sponsor (named in section 4 of this form) has been doing.
‘Qualified person’ means an EEA national who is in the UK as a worker, self-employed person, self-sufficient person, student, or jobseeker. It also includes periods when you/they were temporarily unable to work due to illness or accident, involuntarily unemployed and looking for work, or unemployed and doing vocational training.
9.1 If you’re applying as the family member or extended family member of the relevant EEA national named in section 4, or because you have retained your right of residence, does the relevant EEA national have a document certifying permanent residence?
Yes

- go to 9.2

No

- go to subsection A then subsection B (if relevant)

Not applicable

- go to subsection A then subsection B (if relevant)

9.2 If you have answered yes to question 9.1, give details of the document below
Date of issue:

D D

M M

Y Y Y Y

Document reference number:
9.3 Are you enclosing the document with your application?
Yes

No

If you have answered yes to question 9.3, you do not have to complete the rest of this section – go straight to section 16 instead. However, we reserve the right to ask you for more information if necessary.
If you have answered no, complete subsection A with details of your/the relevant EEA national’s activity in the UK.
If the relevant EEA national is or was an accession state national who worked for an employer during the accession period (see subsection B for definitions), you should also complete subsection B.

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A. Details of the relevant EEA national’s activity
9.4 Complete the table below with details of the relevant EEA national’s (your or your sponsor’s) activity in the UK. Complete in chronological order, starting from when you/they entered the UK. For each period, indicate what you were/your sponsor was doing by ticking the relevant box. Continue on a separate sheet if necessary.
Give further details of your/your sponsor’s activity in questions 9.5 to 9.12. For any period in which you were/your sponsor was not a qualified person, or if you wish to give any further information, give details at 9.13.

(1)

Summary of the relevant EEA national’s activity

From (date)

To (date)

What you were/your sponsor was (delete as appropriate) doing
(please tick relevant box)
Working
Temporary incapacity
Self-employed

Vocational training

Self-sufficient

Family member only

Studying

Other - please state

Jobseeker
Working

Temporary incapacity

Self-employed

Vocational training

Self-sufficient

Family member only

Studying

Other - please state

Jobseeker
Working

Temporary incapacity

Self-employed

Vocational training

Self-sufficient

Family member only

Studying

Other - please state

Jobseeker

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Table continued
From (date) To (date)

What you were/your sponsor was (delete as appropriate) doing
(please tick relevant box)
Working
Temporary incapacity
Self-employed

Vocational training

Self-sufficient

Family member only

Studying

Other - please state

Jobseeker
Working

Temporary incapacity

Self-employed

Vocational training

Self-sufficient

Family member only

Studying

Other - please state

Jobseeker
Working

Temporary incapacity

Self-employed

Vocational training

Self-sufficient

Family member only

Studying

Other - please state

Jobseeker
Working

Temporary incapacity

Self-employed

Vocational training

Self-sufficient

Family member only

Studying

Other - please state

Jobseeker

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Table continued
Working

Temporary incapacity

Self-employed

Vocational training

Self-sufficient

Family member only

Studying

Other - please state

Jobseeker
Working

Temporary incapacity

Self-employed

Vocational training

Self-sufficient

Family member only

Studying

Other - please state

Jobseeker

(2) Employment
9.5 For any period in which you were (or your sponsor was) working for an employer, please give details in the table below. If you need more space, make a copy of this table or continue on a separate sheet and enclose with your application.
Name and address of employer

Start date of End date of Salary/ employment employment wage*

Reason for leaving
(if applicable)

* Give the ‘gross’ figure before deductions for tax, national insurance, etc. Say whether per week, month or year.

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Note: if you are/your sponsor is a (former) accession state worker, you must also complete subsection B.

(3) Self-employment
9.6 For any period in which you were, or your sponsor was, self-employed, please give details below. Continue on a separate sheet if necessary and enclose with your application.
Name and address of business

(4)

Type of business

Date started trading Date stopped trading (if applicable) Temporary incapacity

9.7 If, during the relevant qualifying period, you were/your sponsor was temporarily unable to work or pursue self-employed activity due to an illness or accident, please give details below:
Nature of the illness or accident:

Period(s) during which you/they were unable to work:

(5)

Study or vocational training

9.8 For any period in which you were, or your sponsor was, a student or doing vocational training, please give details in the table below. Continue on a separate sheet if necessary and enclose with your application.

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Name and address of school, college, university, or training provider (6)

Title of course and qualification Start date

End date

Study or self-sufficiency – financial resources

9.9 For any period in which you were, or your sponsor was, a student or self-sufficient person, please state what financial resources were available to you/them. Indicate the source of the income (for example, own savings, scholarship or bursary, income from lawful employment or self-employment, income from rental property, money from a friend or relative, etc), how much you/they received and (where relevant) how often you/they received it (e.g. every week, month, year). Source of income

How much you/ they receive(d)

How often you/they receive(d) it

9.10 If you have any other relevant information about your/your sponsor’s financial resources, use the box below. Continue on a separate sheet if necessary.

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(7)

Study or self-sufficiency – comprehensive sickness insurance

9.11 For any period in which you were, or your sponsor was, a student or self-sufficient person, indicate below how you/they met the requirement to hold comprehensive sickness insurance cover. (In the case of a self-sufficient person, the insurance must also cover family members in the UK.)
Type of insurance

Period(s) held (from and to)

European Health Insurance Card (EHIC) issued by an
EEA member state other than the UK (formerly form
E111)
Form S1 (formerly E106, E109 or E121)
Form S2 (formerly E112)
Form S3
Private health insurance plan

(8)

Looking for work (jobseeker or retained status worker)

9.12 If you were/your sponsor was in the UK looking for work during the relevant qualifying period, were you/was your sponsor registered as a jobseeker with the relevant employment office (Jobcentre Plus in England, Scotland and Wales; the Jobs and Benefits Office or Social
Security Office in Northern Ireland)? Tick yes even if claiming national insurance credits only.
Yes

No

If yes, dates you/they were registered:

(9)

Other periods not accounted for above

9.13 If there are any periods not accounted for in the questions above, or if there is any further information you would like to give to explain how you acquired permanent residence in the UK, please provide this information in the box below. Continue on a separate sheet if necessary. If you do not have any further information to add, leave this blank.

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B. Accession state workers
Complete this subsection if you are/were, or your sponsor is/was, a national of one of the countries listed below (‘accession states’), and you or they were working for an employer during the relevant ‘accession period’ (defined below). You must show that you/they were registered or authorised to do the work in question, unless you/they were exempt from that requirement. If you/they were not exempt, you/they must have worked for an uninterrupted period of 12 months in accordance with a relevant registration or authorisation document to become exempt.
EU8 nationals
Accession period:
Relevant scheme:
Czech Republic
Lithuania

1 May 2004 to 30 April 2011 worker registration scheme (WRS)
Estonia
Poland

Hungary
Slovakia

Latvia
Slovenia

EU2 nationals
Accession period:
Relevant scheme:
Bulgaria

1 January 2007 to 31 December 2013 worker authorisation arrangments
Romania

EU1 nationals
Accession period:
Relevant scheme:

1 July 2013 to worker authorisation arrangments

Croatia
Answer questions 9.14 to 9.20 below.

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9.14 If you or your sponsor worked for an employer during the relevant accession period, please complete the table below with details of any worker registration, worker authorisation, or other documents, you/they held. Continue on a separate sheet if necessary and enclose with your application.
Name of document

Reference number Date of application Date of issue Name of employer or category of employment authorised Worker registration card / certificate (EU8)

Accession worker
(‘purple’) card (EU2)

Worker authorisation
(‘purple’) registration certificate (EU1)
‘Yellow’ registration certificate issued to student allowing restricted work (EU1 or EU2)
Other document permitting you/your sponsor to work
(please specify)

9.15 Did you/your sponsor work for an uninterrupted period of 12 months in accordance with one or more of the documents mentioned in the table above?
Yes

No

If yes, when did you/your sponsor complete this 12-month D D period? M M

Y Y Y Y

9.16 If, at any point during the accession period, you/your sponsor worked without holding one of the documents listed in the table above, why was this?
Exempt or not otherwise required to register/obtain authorisation – go to 9.17
Worked without permission – go to 9.20

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9.17 If you/your sponsor was exempt or not required to register/obtain authorisation, please tick the relevant box(es) below to explain why.
I/my sponsor had indefinite leave to enter or remain, or leave to enter or remain which did not restrict my/my sponsor’s right to work
I/my sponsor had leave to enter or remain which allowed me/my sponsor to do the work in question I/my sponsor had already completed 12 months’ uninterrupted legal employment
I/my sponsor was the spouse or civil partner of a British citizen or settled person (exemption applies to EU2 or EU1 nationals only), or the unmarried or same-sex partner of a British citizen or settled person (EU1 only)
I/my sponsor was the spouse, civil partner, or child under 18 of a person who had leave to enter or remain which allowed that person to work (EU8, EU2 or EU1), or the unmarried or same-sex partner of a person with such leave (EU1 only)
I/my sponsor was the family member of an EEA national who was not an accession state national and who was lawfully residing in the UK
I/my sponsor was the family member of an accession state national who was in the UK as a self-employed person, self-sufficient person, or student
I/my sponsor was the spouse, civil partner, or child/grandchild (aged under 21 or dependent) of an accession state national who was working in accordance with an accession worker registration or authorisation document
I/my sponsor was exempt from immigration control (e.g. as the member of a diplomatic mission or a member of such a person’s household)
I/my sponsor was also a national of another EEA member state (not the UK or other accession state)
I/my sponsor held a ‘blue’ registration certificate as a highly skilled person (EU2/EU1 only)
I/my sponsor was a posted worker
The employment lasted for less than 30 days (EU8 national only)
Any other reason – please state

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9.18 Did you/your sponsor hold a residence permit/registration certificate (EU8 national) or
‘blue’ registration certificate (EU2/EU1 national) as an exempt person?
Yes

No

If yes, give details below:
Date of issue:

D D

M M

Y Y Y Y

Document reference number:
9.19 Give any further relevant details of how you were/your sponsor was exempt below.
This could include, for example, details of any relevant leave to enter or remain, how you/your sponsor obtained indefinite leave to remain or details of any relevant family member (if exempt on the basis of a family relationship).

9.20 If you/your sponsor worked without permission at any time during the accession period
(and were not exempt), give details below. Continue on a separate sheet if necessary.
Name of employer

Date unauthorised work started

Date unauthorised work ended

Now go to—
• ection 11 if you are or were the spouse, civil partner or durable partner of the sponsor named
S
in section 4,
• ection 12 if you are or were the descendant (child, grandchild aged under 21) of the sponsor
S
named in section 4, or of their spouse/civil partner,
• ection 13 if you are or were the dependent child, grandchild, parent or grandparent of the
S
sponsor named in section 4, or of their spouse/civil partner,
• ection 14 if you are the dependent relative (extended family member) of the sponsor named
S
in section 4, or a member of their household,
• ection 15 if you are the relative (extended family member) of the sponsor named in section 4
S
and you strictly require their personal care on serious health grounds,
• ection 16 in all other cases.
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Section 10 - Family member of a British citizen
(‘Surinder Singh’ route)
Complete this section if you’re applying for a document certifying permanent residence or permanent residence card because you’ve lived in the UK for a continuous period of five years as the family member of a British citizen, and that British citizen exercised free movement rights as a worker or self-employed person in an EEA Member State other than the UK. This is also known as the ‘Surinder Singh’ route.
10.1 Tick which of the following applies and complete the relevant subsections as directed
I have, or was last issued with, a registration certificate or residence card, or entered the UK with a valid EEA family permit, as the family member of the relevant British citizen, and that document has not since been revoked or cancelled.
Complete subsections A and B. Make sure you have also given details of your previous document in section 5.
I have not previously been issued with a registration certificate, residence card, or an EEA family permit under the Surinder Singh route, but I had completed five years’ continuous residence in the UK as the family member of the relevant British citizen before 1 January
2014.
Complete subsections A and B below.
I have not previously been issued with documentation under the Surinder Singh route but I completed five years’ continuous residence in the UK as the family member of the relevant
British citizen ending on or after 1 January 2014. Complete subsections A, B and C below.

A. Details of the British citizen’s activity in the EEA state
10.2 What is the EEA state in which your British citizen family member exercised their free movement rights?

10.3 What was the British citizen doing in the EEA state?
Working

Self-employed

10.4 Date the British citizen starting working or self-employment in the EEA state:
D D

M M

Y Y Y Y

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10.5 Date the British citizen stopped working or self-employment in the EEA state:
D D

M M

Y Y Y Y

Please provide further information about the British citizen’s work, self-employment or other activity in the EEA state below.

(1) Employment
10.6 Their tax, social security or equivalent reference number:

10.7 Please list all of the British citizen’s employment in the EEA state, starting with the most recent. Continue on a separate sheet if necessary.
Name and address of employer Job title/ position held

Number of hours normally worked each week

Salary or wage* Start and end date of employment * Please give the ‘gross’ figure (i.e. before deductions for tax, national insurance (or equivalent) and any other deductions). Say if the amount is per week, month or year.

(2) Self-employment
10.8 Name of the British citizen’s business:

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10.9 Address of the business:

Postcode
10.10 Website address of business (if applicable):

10.11 The British citizen’s role in the business – please tick:
Sole trader

Partner in a business or limited company

Company director

Other – please state:

10.12 Type of business (for example, what product(s) the business made or sold, what services they provided, etc):

10.13 Did the British citizen own, rent or lease his/her own business premises?
Yes, rented/leased

Yes, owned

Other – please state:

10.14 The British citizen’s tax, social security, or other relevant reference number(s) in the EEA state: Note: you must provide evidence of the British citizen’s activity in the EEA state. See section 18 for details.
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(3) Other activity
10.15 Use the box below to explain what the British citizen was doing during any period when they were not working or self-employed in the EEA state, or to give any further relevant information about their work or self-employment not mentioned above. This could include, for example, periods when they were unable to work due to an illness or accident, or they were involuntarily unemployed and looking for work or doing vocational training.
Please also provide any relevant evidence (e.g. proof of receipt of state benefits, proof incapacity, etc) – see section 18.

B. Residence in the EEA Member State
10.16 Are you married to or in a civil partnership with the relevant British citizen?
Yes

– go to 10.17

No

– go to question 10.19

10.17 If you are the spouse or civil partner of the relevant British citizen, were you married to/ in a civil partnership with the British citizen while the British citizen was living in the EEA state named above?
Yes

No

Note: give full details of your relationship in section 11.
10.18 If you have answered yes to question 10.17, did you live with the British citizen in the
EEA state named above?
Yes

No
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10.19 Please give details of where you, the British citizen, and any other family members (if applicable) lived while the British citizen was working or self-employed in the EEA state. Start with the most recent address and continue on a separate sheet if necessary. You must also provide relevant evidence – e.g. tenancy agreements, mortgage statements, utility bills, etc. See section 18 for details.
Address

Who lived there Dates lived
(you, the British there (from/to) citizen, any other family members) Ownership of property (please tick for each address)

Owned by you/the British citizen Rented by you/the British citizen Provided by employer/ friend/relative Other – please specify:
Owned by you/the British citizen Rented by you/the British citizen Provided by employer/ friend/relative Other – please specify:
Owned by you/the British citizen Rented by you/the British citizen Provided by employer/ friend/relative Other – please specify:

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10.20 In the table below, give details of any absences from the EEA state by you, the British citizen or your family members. Continue on a separate sheet if necessary.
Who was absent (you, the British Country or citizen, family members) countries visited

10.21 Date the British citizen returned to live in the UK:

D D

Date of departure M M

Date of return Number of days Y Y Y Y

10.22 If you or your family members lived with the British citizen in the relevant EEA state, date you/they returned to live in the UK. If not applicable, write N/A
You:

D D

M M

Y Y Y Y

Other family members:

C. Integration in the EEA Member State
10.23 Use the box below to provide any other information which you feel demonstrates that the relevant British citizen transferred the centre of his or her life to the EEA Member State, and provide supporting evidence where possible. This could include things like:
• etails of financial commitments in the EEA state (for example, mortgage, rental agreement, d bank account, investments)
• vidence of learning or speaking the language of the EEA state (e.g. qualifications, evidence e of attendance at language classes)
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• etails of any community activities undertaken in the EEA state d • ny other relevant information. a Now go to—
• ection 11 if you’re the spouse or civil partner of the British citizen
S
• ection 12 if you’re the descendant (child or grandchild aged under 21) of the British citizen
S
• ection 13 if you’re a dependent family member (child or grandchild aged over 21, parent or
S
grandparent) of the British citizen.
Then go to section 17 (personal history).

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Section 11 - Spouse, civil partner or durable partner of the sponsor
Complete this section if you’re applying for a document certifying permanent residence or permanent residence card because you are (or were) the spouse, civil partner, or durable partner of the person named in section 4 of this form (your ‘sponsor’).
11.1 Please tick which applies to you:
I’m currently the spouse or civil partner of the sponsor. Complete all subsections (A to F).
I was the spouse or civil partner of the (EEA national) sponsor and I have retained my right of residence following divorce, annulment or dissolution of the marriage/civil partnership, or my spouse/civil partner has died. Complete subsections A to D.
I’m currently the unmarried or same-sex partner of the relevant EEA national, I’m in a durable
(lasting) relationship with them, and I’ve held valid residence documentation as their partner throughout the relevant qualifying period. Complete subsections A, B, C, E and F.
I was previously the durable partner of the relevant EEA national and held valid residence documentation as their partner, and I’m now married to or in a civil partnership with them.
Complete all subsections (A to F).

A. How and when your relationship began
11.2 Have you met your sponsor?
Yes

No

If yes, when did you first meet your sponsor?

11.3 Where did you first meet your sponsor?

11.4 When did your relationship begin?

11.5 Are you and your sponsor related outside of your marriage/civil partnership/relationship?
Yes

No

If yes, how are you related?

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B. Contact with your sponsor and living arrangements
11.6 Do you and your sponsor currently live together?
Yes

answer questions 11.7 to 11.9, then go to 11.15

No

answer questions 11.10 to 11.14, then go to 11.15

If you’re currently living together:
11.7 When did you start living together?

11.8 Were you in a relationship with each other when you started living together?
Yes

No

11.9 If you have lived with your sponsor at an address other than the address given in section 1 of this form during the relevant qualifying period, please list them below. Continue on a separate sheet if necessary.

Postcode
From

D D

M M

Y Y Y Y

To

D D

M M

Y Y Y Y

D D

M M

Y Y Y Y

D D

M M

Y Y Y Y

Postcode
From

D D

M M

Y Y Y Y

To

Postcode
From

D D

M M

Y Y Y Y

To

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If you’re not currently living together:
11.10 Why do you not currently live with your sponsor?

11.11 Have you ever lived with your sponsor within or outside the UK?
Yes

No

If yes, please provide details of when and where you previously lived with your sponsor

11.12 How often do you see (meet) your sponsor?

11.13 When did you last see your sponsor?

11.14 How do you keep in touch with your sponsor?

11.15 Do you intend to live with your sponsor permanently in the UK?
Yes

No

If no, please explain why not.

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11.16 Where do you plan to live together in the UK?

C. Children
11.17 Do you and your sponsor have any children together?
Yes

No

11.18 Do you have any children of whom your sponsor is not the parent (i.e. from a previous or other relationship)?
Yes

No

11.19 Does your sponsor have any children living in the UK of whom you are not the parent?
Yes

No

If you have answered no to questions 11.17, 11.18 and 11.19, go to subsection D (if you’re the current or former spouse of the sponsor), or subsection E if you’re the durable partner of the sponsor). 11.20 If you have answered yes to questions 11.17, 11.18 or 11.19, complete the table below with details of any children of yours, or of your sponsor. If there are more than two children, make a copy of this table, or provide the information on an additional piece of paper, and include with your application.
Note: if your children wish to apply for a document certifying permanent residence or permanent residence card, they will need to complete their own application form and pay the fee.
Child 1

Child 2

a) Full name of child
b) Is this child applying at the same time with you?
c) Date of birth

yes
D D

no
M M

Y Y Y Y D D

yes

no
M M

Y Y Y Y

d) Place of birth

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e) Gender

male

female

male

female

f) Nationality (if they have more than one nationality, please state the other nationality or nationalities)
g) Passport, travel document or national identity card number
h) Place of issue of passport, travel document or national identity card
i) Issuing authority
j) Date of issue
k) Date of expiry
l) List all languages that the child is familiar with
m) If your child was not born here when did your child enter the UK?
n) How long has this child lived in the UK?
o) Does this child live with you at the address provided in 1.23?
p) Has your child ever lived in another country? If yes please provide details of when and where they lived q) Who is financially responsible for this child?
r) If your sponsor is not the other parent of this child, provide details of the other parent. Include
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11.21 If you have answered no to question (o) in the table above, provide details of where the child/children lives(s), who they live with and their relationship with that person. Include the reason why they do not live with you and your sponsor.

11.22 Is your sponsor financially responsible for supporting anyone else, other than you and any children mentioned above?
Yes

No

If yes, give details below:

D. Marriage or civil partnership
11.23 When did you decide to marry or form a civil partnership with your sponsor?

11.24 Date of your marriage or civil partnership
D D

M M

Y Y Y Y

11.25 Where (in what town/city and country) did your wedding or civil partnership ceremony take place?

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11.26 What type of ceremony was your wedding or civil partnership?
Religious (i.e. conducted in a place of religious worship)

Customary

Civil (e.g. conducted in a registry office)

Other - please state:

11.27 Were you and your sponsor both present at the ceremony? Please tick:
Yes, we were both present at the ceremony
I was present at the ceremony but my sponsor was not
My sponsor was present at the ceremony but I was not
Neither I nor my sponsor was present at the ceremony
11.28 If you were not, or your sponsor was not, present at the ceremony, please say why and explain where you were/your sponsor was at the relevant time:

E. Other relationships
11.29 Do you or your sponsor currently have another spouse or civil partner, or an unmarried or a same-sex partner with whom you or they are in a durable relationship?
Yes

No

11.30 Have you or your sponsor been married, in a civil partnership, or in a long-term relationship before your current relationship?
Yes

No

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11.31 If you have answered yes to either of the above questions, please give details of all other current or previous marriages/civil partnerships/relationships in the table below. If you have answered no to both questions, go to subsection F.
In these questions, ‘partner’ includes spouse, civil partner, unmarried partner or same-sex partner. You (if applicable)

Your sponsor (if applicable)

a) Full name of other or former partner
b) Nationality of other or former partner
c) Date of marriage or civil partnership (if applicable)
d) Place of marriage/civil partnership (if applicable)
e) Date of divorce, annulment or dissolution (if applicable)
f) If not married or in a civil partnership, how long the relationship lasted
g) Date of death of the former partner (if applicable)
If there is more than one relationship, please provide details on a photocopy of this page and enclose it with this form.

F. Additional questions
11.32 What languages do you and your sponsor speak well?
Language(s) spoken by you

Language(s) spoken by your sponsor

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11.34 Do you and your sponsor have any shared financial responsibilities?
Yes

No

If yes, please provide details below:

11.35 If you wish to add any further information about your circumstances, please use the box below. If you have no further information to add, leave it blank.

Now go to • Section 17 if your sponsor is a British citizen, or
• Section 16 in all other cases.

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Section 12 - Descendant (child or grandchild) aged under 21
Complete this section if you’re applying for a document certifying permanent residence or permanent residence card as a descendant aged under 21.
‘Descendant’ means—
• the dependent child of the sponsor named in section 4, or of their spouse or civil partner, if the sponsor is, or was an EEA national who only has a right to reside as a student, or
• in other cases, the child or (great-)grandchild of the sponsor, or of the sponsor’s spouse or civil partner.
In both cases, you must be under 21 years of age.
Grandchildren of EEA national students must qualify as ‘extended’ family members and should complete section 14 or 15, even if they’re aged under 21.
In other cases, descendants who are aged 21 or over must be dependent on the sponsor, or on the sponsor’s spouse or civil partner, and must complete section 13 instead.
12.1 Please give details of your parents, as recorded on your birth certificate, legal adoption order, or UK parental order.
Mother/parent 1

Father/parent 2

Full name
Date of birth
Nationality
Note: you must include the relevant birth certificate, parental order or adoption order.
12.2 Do you currently live with both parents named in question 12.1?
Yes

No

12.3 If you have answered no to question 12.2, and you are under the age of 18, please explain who you normally live with and the reasons for this below. You must also provide relevant supporting evidence (see section 18).

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12.4 Who is financially responsible for you?

12.5 Which languages are you familiar with?

12.6 Have you ever lived in any country other than the UK?
Yes

No

If yes, please give details below:

12.7 Are you currently working (including self-employment) in the UK?
Yes

No

If yes, please give details below:
Name and address of employer or business Number of hours normally worked each week Wages per week/ month* (please specify) Date this employment started

* Give the figure before any deductions for tax, national insurance or other regular deductions.

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12.8 Are you currently in education (including school, college, university, or vocational training)? Yes

No

If yes, please give details below:
Name and address of educational establishment Name of course Course start date or qualification

Course end date

Now go to • Section 17 if your sponsor is a British citizen
• Section 16 in all other caes.

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Section 13 - Dependent family member (child, grandchild, parent, grandparent)
Complete this section if you’re applying for a document certifying permanent residence or a permanent residence card as the dependent family member of the sponsor named in section 2.
You must be the:
• dependent child or (great-)grandchild aged 21 or over of the sponsor (or of their spouse or civil partner), or
• dependent parent or (great-)grandparent of the sponsor (or of their spouse or civil partner).
Note: if your sponsor is an EEA national who only has a right to reside as a student, and you’re their grandchild, parent or grandparent, you must qualify as an ‘extended’ family member and should complete section 14 or 15 instead.
In this section—
‘Sponsor’ means the person who gives you financial support. This must be the relevant EEA national or British citizen named in section 4, or their spouse or civil partner, or both.
‘Dependent’ means that you need the financial help of your sponsor to meet your essential needs. Your sponsor
13.1 Is your sponsor:
(a) The EEA national or British citizen named in section 4
(b) The EEA national’s or British citizen’s spouse or civil partner
(c) Both
If you have ticked (b) or (c), please give details of the sponsor’s spouse or civil partner below:
Full name:
Date of birth:

D D

M M

Y Y Y Y

Nationality:
13.2 How long have you been dependent on your sponsor?

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Your income
13.3 Does your sponsor regularly give you money?
Yes

No

If yes, please say how much and how often:

13.4 Do you receive financial assistance from any other relative or friend?
Yes

No

If yes, give details (including how much and how often) below:

13.5 Are you currently working (including self-employment) in the UK?
Yes

No

If yes, please give details below:
Name and address of employer or business Number of hours normally worked each week Wages per week/ month* (please specify) Date this employment started

* Give the figure before any deductions for tax, national insurance or other regular deductions.

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Source of income

How much you receive How often you receive it

Accommodation
13.7 Do you currently live with your sponsor?
Yes

No

13.8 Do you pay any rent, mortgage or other payment for this accommodation?
Yes

No

If yes, give details in question 13.9.

Outgoings and expenditure
13.9 Please complete the table below with details of your regular outgoings and expenditure. If your sponsor or another relative or a friend helps you with these, please give details in the third column. If you need to give more details, you can use the box at the end of this section or provide them on a separate sheet if necessary.
Outgoing

Amount per month

Who pays (e.g. you, your sponsor, a relative/friend) Rent/mortgage
Gas
Electricity
Water rates
Council tax
Phone (mobile and/or landline)
Food
Clothing

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Medical care (including prescriptions, dental treatment, medical insurance, optical care, etc) Other essential outgoings
(please specify; if none, write
‘none’):

13.10 Please give any other relevant information about how you are dependent. This could include any further information about your financial circumstances or details of any emotional or physical support you receive from your sponsor. If you have no further information to add, please leave this blank.

Now go to • Section 17 if your sponsor is a British citizen
• Section 16 in all other cases

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Section 14 - Extended family member (relative) who is dependent on the EEA national or is a member of their household
Complete this section if you’re applying for a document certifying permanent residence or permanent residence card because you’re a relative of the relevant EEA national, or of their spouse or civil partner, and you:
• were dependent on the EEA national or were a member of their household before you came to the UK, and
• since entering the UK, have continued to be dependent on the EEA national or be a member of their household.
Note: you must have held valid residence documentation (registration certificate, residence card or EEA family permit) as the relevant EEA national’s extended family member throughout the relevant qualifying period. If you have not, you will not qualify for permanent residence. If you wish to apply for a registration certificate or residence card, you should complete form
EEA(EFM) instead.
In the rest of this section, ‘sponsor’ means the relevant EEA national named in section 4 of this application form and of whom you are a relative.

Your current status
14.1 Are you currently dependent on your sponsor or are you a member of your sponsor’s household in the UK ? Tick more than one if relevant.
Yes, dependent

Yes, member of their household

No

Income
14.2 Do you regularly receive money from your sponsor?
Yes

No

If yes, please say how much, how often and for how long:

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14.3 Do you regularly receive money from any other relative or friend?
Yes

No

If yes, please say how much, how often and for how long:

14.4 Please give details in the table below of any other regular source of income or capital you have, from the UK or elsewhere. This could include, for example, income from employment or self-employment, a company or state pension, state benefits, income from rental property, savings, investments, and so on. Continue on a separate sheet if necessary.
Source of income

How much you receive How often you receive it Accommodation
14.5 Do you currently live with your sponsor?
Yes

No

14.6 If you have answered yes to 14.5, is this property owned or rented by the EEA national, or is the EEA national the person mainly responsible for paying any rent, mortgage or other payment? Yes

No

14.7 Who else lives with you (apart from your sponsor, if applicable)?
Name

Relationship to you

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14.8 Do you pay any rent, mortgage or other payment for this accommodation?
Yes

No

If yes, give details in 14.9

Outgoings and expenditure
14.9 Please complete the table below with details of your regular outgoings and expenditure.
If the EEA national or another relative or a friend helps you with these, please give details in the third column. If you need to give more details, you can give these in the box at the end of this section or provide them on a separate sheet and enclose with the application.
Outgoing

Amount per month

Who pays (e.g. you, your sponsor, a relative/friend) Rent/mortgage
Gas
Electricity
Water rates
Council tax
Phone (mobile and/or landline)
Food
Clothing
Medical care (including prescriptions, dental treatment, medical insurance, optical care, etc) Other essential outgoings
(please specify; if none, write
‘none’):

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Other information
14.10 Do you have any ongoing health conditions, including physical or mental conditions?
Give details below. If you have a serious health condition which strictly requires the personal care of the EEA national, or of their spouse or civil partner, you should consider completing section 15 instead.

14.11 Please give any other relevant information in the box below to show how you are dependent on your sponsor. This could include:
• further information about your financial circumstances before or after coming to the UK
• details of any emotional or physical support you receive, or have received, from the EEA national • your family circumstances in your home country
• details of any compelling or compassionate circumstances which would make it difficult for you to live in your home country without the EEA national’s support
• any other relevant information.
Continue on a separate sheet if necessary and enclose it with the application.

Now go to section 16.
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Section 15 - Extended family member (relative) who strictly requires the personal care of the EEA national, or of their spouse or civil partner, on serious health grounds Complete this section if you’re applying for a document certifying permanent residence or permanent residence card because you’re a relative of the relevant EEA national named in section 4, or of their spouse or civil partner, and you strictly require their personal care on serious health grounds.
Note: you must have held valid residence documentation (registration certificate, residence card or EEA family permit) as the relevant EEA national’s extended family member throughout the relevant qualifying period. If you have not, you will not qualify for permanent residence. If you wish to apply for a registration certificate or residence card, you should complete form
EEA(EFM) instead.
15.1 What is the nature of your health condition(s)?

15.2 How long have you had this (these) health condition(s)?

15.3 How long is (are) the health condition(s) expected to last?

15.4 Are you able to care for yourself on a daily basis – that is, undertake daily tasks, such as washing and dressing yourself, or preparing food for yourself, without the help or support of anyone else?
Yes

No

If no, please say which daily tasks you have difficulty with:

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15.5 Who currently provides you with the majority of your care?
a) The relevant EEA national
b) The EEA national’s spouse or civil partner
c) Both
d) Someone else
15.6 If you have ticked (b), (c) or (d), please give the name, nationality and date of birth of the other person. If you have ticked (d), please also say what their relationship is to you.
Full name
Date of birth
Nationality
Relationship to you
15.7 Please describe the care they provide you with and how often

15.8 Do you receive any care from any other person or organisation (for example, social services) not mentioned in questions 15.5 and 15.6 above?
Yes

No

If yes, please provide details below

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15.9 Before the EEA national (or their spouse or civil partner) started caring for you, did anyone else (or any organisation, such as social services) provide care?
Yes

No

If yes, please give details below and explain why the arrangement stopped (if it stopped)

15.10 Are you currently doing any work, paid or unpaid, employed or self-employed, in the UK?
Yes

No

If yes, please give details below:
Name and address of employer or business Number of hours normally worked each week

Wages per
Date this week/month* employment
(please specify) started

*Give the figure before any deductions for tax, national insurance or other regular deductions.
15.11 If you wish to provide any further information about your circumstances, please use the box below. Continue on a separate if necessary and enclose it with the application.

Now go to section 16.

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Section 16 - Public funds (state benefits)
This section asks for information about any public funds or state benefits (also known as ‘social assistance’) you are claiming, or have claimed, or that your sponsor is claiming or has claimed since you have lived in the UK.
Note: you do not have to complete this if you’re the family member of a British citizen and applying in the ‘Surinder Singh’ category (see section 10).
16.1 Are you/is your sponsor claiming, or have you/has your sponsor claimed, since living in the UK, any of the public funds or state benefits listed in the table at 16.2 below?
Yes

No

16.2 If you have answered yes, please complete the table below to show the amount you/your sponsor receive(s), or received, each week/month and for how long the benefit has been paid.
Benefit

Who receives it

Amount you/ they receive each week/ month (please specify frequency)

Date you/ they started receiving this benefit Date you/ they stopped receiving this benefit (if you/ they no longer receive it)

Attendance allowance

Carer’s allowance

Child benefit

Child tax credit

Council tax benefit

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Council tax reduction

Disability living allowance Employment and support allowance – income-related (workrelated activity group)
Employment and support allowance
– income-related
(support group)
Employment and support allowance – contribution-based (work-related activity group) Employment and support allowance – contribution-based (support group)
Housing benefit

Homelessness and housing assistance

Income support

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Jobseeker’s allowance
– income-based

Jobseeker’s allowance
– contribution-based

Personal independence payment
Severe disablement allowance Social Fund payment

State pension credit

Working tax credit

Universal credit

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16.3 If there are any benefits not in the list above that you have/your sponsor has claimed, or if you wish to provide any other information, please use the box below.

Now go to section 17.

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Section 17 - Personal history
This section asks you about any criminal convictions you have, any civil judgments or civil penalties made against you and details of any involvement you may have had in war crimes, genocide, crimes against humanity or terrorism. If you fail to answer all of these questions as fully and accurately as possible, your application may be refused.
It is an offence under section 26(1)(c) of the Immigration Act 1971 to make a statement or representation which is known to be false or is not believed to be true. Information given will be checked with other agencies.
17.1 Have you been convicted of any criminal offence in the UK or any other country?
Yes

- continue below

No

- go to question 17.2

Please give details below for each criminal conviction, starting with the most recent one. If you have received more than two convictions, please photocopy this page and enclose it with this form. Note: We will carry out criminal record checks on all applicants and dependants.
In accordance with section 56A of the UK Borders Act 2007 you are required to disclose all spent or unspent convictions. This includes road traffic offences but not fixed penalty notices (such as speeding or parking tickets) unless they were part of a sentence of the court. This includes all drink-driving offences.
Criminal conviction 1
Name under which you were convicted

Country where convicted

Nature of the offence

Sentence given

Date sentenced

D D

M M

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If you were sentenced to a period of imprisonment, what was the length of the prison sentence imposed (in months)? months Criminal conviction 2
Name under which you were convicted

Country where convicted

Nature of the offence

Sentence given

Date sentenced

D D

M M

Y Y Y Y

If you were sentenced to a period of imprisonment, what was the length of the prison sentence imposed (in months)? months 17.2 Do you have any civil judgments against you or any civil penalty under the UK immigration acts? Yes

continue below

No

go to question 17.3

Give details for each civil judgment or any civil penalty under the UK immigration acts, starting with the most recent one.
If you have received more than two civil judgments and/or civil penalties under the UK immigration acts, please photocopy this page and enclose it with this form.

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Details of judgment or civil penalty 1

Date of judgment or civil penalty

D D

M M

Y Y Y Y

D D

M M

Y Y Y Y

Country where judgment made

Details of judgment or civil penalty 2

Date of judgment or civil penalty
Country where judgment made

You must answer the following questions even if you have answered that you have not been convicted of any criminal offence in the UK or any other country.
For help in answering these questions, please see the definitions at the end of this section.
Provide more details on a separate sheet of paper if necessary and submit it with your application. 17.3 Have you ever been charged or indicted in any country with a criminal offence for which you have not yet been tried in court?
Yes

Please provide details:

No

go to question 17.4

17.4 In either peace or war time, have you ever been involved in, or been suspected of involvement in, war crimes, crimes against humanity or genocide?
Yes

Please provide details:

No
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17.5 Have you ever been involved in, supported or encouraged terrorist activities in any country? Yes

Please provide details:

No

go to question 17.6

17.6 Have you ever been a member of, or given support to, an organisation which has been associated with terrorism?
Yes

Please provide details:

No

go to question 17.7

17.7 Have you ever, by any means or medium, expressed views that justify or glorify terrorist violence or that may encourage others to terrorist acts or other serious criminal acts?
Yes

Please provide details:

No

go to question 17.8

17.8 Have you ever engaged in any other activities which might indicate that you may not be considered to be a person of good character?
Yes

Please provide details:

No

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17.9 Please state what ties you have with:
• he country where you were born t • ny other country whose nationality you hold a • ny country where you have lived for more than 5 years a You should tell us about any family friends, or other connections with that country:
Country

Social, cultural or family ties

Definitions
The following information provides guidance on actions which may constitute war crimes, crimes against humanity, genocide, or terrorist activities.
This guidance is not exhaustive. The full definitions of war crimes, crimes against humanity and genocide can be found in Schedule 8 of the International Criminal Court Act 2001 at www. legislation.gov.uk/ukpga/2001/17 or purchased from The Stationery Office (telephone 0870 600
5522). It is the your responsibility to satisfy yourself that you are familiar with the definitions and can answer the questions accurately.

War crimes
Grave breaches of the Geneva Conventions committed during an armed conflict. This includes an internal armed conflict and an international armed conflict. The types of acts that may constitute a war crime include wilful killing, torture, extensive destruction of property not justified by military necessity, unlawful deportation, the intentional targeting of civilians and the taking of hostages. Crimes against humanity
Acts committed at any time (not just during armed conflict) as part of a widespread or systematic attack, directed against any civilian population with knowledge of the attack. This would include offences such as murder, torture, rape, severe deprivation of liberty in violation of fundamental rules of international law and enforced disappearance of persons.

Genocide
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Terrorist activities
Any act committed, or the threat of action, designed to influence a government or intimidate the public and made for the purposes of advancing a political, religious or ideological cause and that involves serious violence against a person; that may endanger another person’s life; creates a serious risk to the health or safety of the public; involves serious damage to property; is designed to seriously disrupt or interfere with an electronic system.

Organisations concerned with terrorism
An organisation is concerned with terrorism if it commits or participates in acts of terrorism; prepares for terrorism; promotes or encourages terrorism (including the unlawful glorification of terrorism); or is otherwise concerned in terrorism.

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Section 18 - Documents and evidence

You must submit proof of your identity and nationality, proof of your sponsor’s identity, nationality and status (if relevant), and proof that you have acquired permanent residence. If you do not, your application may be delayed or refused.
This section provides guidance on what documents to submit.
Unless otherwise stated, please send original documents only. Photocopies are not acceptable.
If you’re unable to send the original, please explain why. We are unlikely to be able to approve your application without sight of the original document.
Please also submit photocopies of all documents submitted as well as the original documents.
If you receive bank statements in online/electronic format only, ask your bank to stamp each page with their official stamp.
If you wish to send any documents that are not in English or Welsh, you must get the document translated by a qualified professional translator. Ask the translator or translation company to confirm in writing on the translation:
• hat it’s a ‘true and accurate translation of the original document’ t • he date of the translation t • he full name and contact details of the translator or a representative of the translation t company.
Please tick the relevant boxes below to show what documents (and, where relevant, how many of each) you’re submitting. If you’re submitting any documents not listed in the relevant section, please list them at under ‘other evidence’ at Annex B.

Section 1 – Your personal details

How many? Photographs
2 passport sized photographs with your name written on the back of each and which conform to the standards on www.gov.uk/photos-for-passports
Proof of your identity and nationality
Your valid passport or travel document, or
Your valid national identity card (EEA national only)
Make sure that you have signed your passport.
If you’re not able to submit a valid passport or national identity card, you must explain why not and submit any alternative evidence of your identity and nationality (see also section 1.17).
Alternative evidence submitted - please list:

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Section 2 - About your application
Complete this section as required.

Section 3 – Replace or renew your permanent residence document

How many? Your previous permanent residence document (if available), or
Police lost property report or confirmation of crime reference number if the document has been lost or stolen, or
Any other relevant evidence regarding the whereabouts of your permanent residence document – please state:

Proof of your residence in the UK since you were issued with your permanent residence document – see section 5 below for examples of documents and list them in Annex B below.

Section 4 – Your sponsor (if you have one)

How many? Passport photograph of your sponsor
At least 1 passport sized photograph of your sponsor with their name written on the back and which conforms to the standards on www.gov.uk/photos-forpassports
Proof of your sponsor’s identity and nationality
Your sponsor’s valid passport, or
Your sponsor’s valid national identity card
Make sure that they have signed their passport, if required.
If you’re not able to submit a valid passport or national identity card for your sponsor, you must explain why not and submit any alternative evidence of their identity and nationality (see also section 4.16).
Alternative evidence submitted:

Proof of your relationship to your sponsor
If you’re a family member or relative of the sponsor named in section 4, you must show how you’re related to them by providing relevant birth, adoption, marriage or civil partnership certificates. Examples are listed below for the main types of relationship.
‘Full birth certificate’ means an official birth certificate which shows the name of the child, the child’s parent(s), date of birth and place of birth.
If you’re the unmarried partner of the sponsor, see section 11.
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Spouse/civil partner of the sponsor
Your marriage or civil partnership certificate
Child of the sponsor
Your full birth or adoption certificate
Grandchild of the sponsor
Your full birth or adoption certificate
Full birth or adoption certificate of the sponsor (i.e. your mother or father)
Parent of the sponsor
Your child’s (i.e. the sponsor’s) full birth or adoption certificate
Grandparent of the sponsor
Full birth or adoption certificate of your child (i.e. the mother/father of the sponsor)
Full birth or adoption certificate of the sponsor (i.e. your grandchild)
Brother/sister of the EEA national sponsor
Your full birth or adoption certificate
The relevant EEA national’s (i.e. your brother’s/sister’s) full birth or adoption certificate Aunt/uncle of the EEA national sponsor
Your full birth or adoption certificate
Full birth or adoption certificate of your brother or sister (i.e. the parent of your
EEA national nephew/niece)
The relevant EEA national’s (i.e. your nephew’s/niece’s) full birth or adoption certificate First cousin of the EEA national sponsor
Your full birth or adoption certificate
Full birth or adoption certificate of your mother/father (depending on whether the relationship is through your mother or father)
Full birth or adoption certificate of your mother’s/father’s brother or sister (i.e. the parent of the relevant EEA national)
The relevant EEA national’s (i.e. your cousin’s) full birth or adoption certificate
Nephew/niece of the EEA national sponsor
Your full birth or adoption certificate
Full birth or adoption certificate of your mother/father (i.e. the brother/sister of the relevant EEA national)
The relevant EEA national’s (i.e. your aunt’s/uncle’s) full birth or adoption certificate Family member or relative of the sponsor’s spouse or civil partner
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Marriage or civil partnership certificate of the sponsor and their spouse or civil partner Other relationships or other evidence
If you’re related to the sponsor in any other way, or you otherwise cannot submit the documents listed above, you must submit any other relevant evidence clearly showing the relationship. List that evidence below:
Other evidence submitted:

Section 5 – Residence in the UK and previous documentation

How many? Previous passport, travel document or national identity card
Any previous passports, travel documents or EEA national identity cards you’ve held since you entered the UK
Previous residence documentation
EEA family permit
Registration certificate
Residence card
Document certifying permanent residence
Permanent residence card
Derivative residence card
Other – please state:

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Section 5 – Residence in the UK and previous documentation
- continued

How many? Proof of your/your sponsor’s previous residence in the UK throughout the relevant qualifying period
You must show that you and your sponsor (if applicable) have been living in the UK for the relevant period.
If you’re applying on the basis of 5 years’ continuous residence, the evidence must cover the 5-year period. The documents should be spread evenly throughout the
5-year period and come from a variety of sources. We recommend you submit at least 2 documents for each year of residence.
If you’re applying as the family member of an EEA national who has died or ceased activity, you must show that you and the EEA national were resident in the UK immediately before EEA national died or ceased activity.
If you’re applying as the spouse, civil partner or durable partner of the sponsor, you must show you have been living together – see section 11 below.
If you’re applying on the basis of a retained right of residence, you must show you have been resident in the UK since you retained your right of residence. If you have not previously been issued with a registration certificate or residence card in this category, you must also show that you and your sponsor were living in the UK before the ‘relevant date’ that is, the date your sponsor died or left the UK, or the date of divorce, annulment or dissolution (see section 8).
Letters or other documents from government departments or agencies, for example HM Revenue and Customs, Department for Work and Pensions, DVLA,
TV Licensing
Letters or other documents from your GP, a hospital or other local health service about medical treatments, appointments, home visits or other medical matters
Bank statements/letters
Building society savings books/letters
Council tax bills or statements
Electricity and/or gas bills or statements
Water rates bills or statements
Mortgage statements/agreement
Tenancy agreement(s)
Telephone bills or statements
Other – please state:

Section 6 – Family member of an EEA national who has died

How many? Death certificate of the relevant EEA national
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Proof of the relevant EEA national’s employment or self-employment before they died – see section 9 or Annex A below.
If you answered ‘yes’ to question 6.5, evidence that your sponsor’s death was due to an accident at work or occupational disease, such as a letter from a doctor or consultant Section 7 – EEA national, or family member of EEA national, who has ceased activity

How many? EEA national has retired
Proof of receipt of a state and/or company pension (e.g. letter from the pension provider, bank statements showing receipt of payments)
Letter from the relevant employer confirming the date you/your sponsor retired
EEA national is permanently incapacitated
A letter from a doctor/consultant confirming your/your sponsor’s incapacity and that it’s expected to be permanent
If the incapacity is the result of an accident or work or occupational disease, evidence of this, such as a letter from a doctor/consultant or evidence of compensation received from the employer
If you receive/your sponsor receives a pension paid in part or full by an institution in the UK, evidence of this, such as a letter from the pension provider and/or bank statements showing receipt of payments
EEA national is now active in another EEA state
Proof that you are/your sponsor is working or self-employed in another EEA state
– see notes for section 9 or Annex A below for guidance on the type of documents you can submit
Proof that you have/your sponsor has retained your/their residence in the UK
– e.g. mortgage statement or tenancy agreement, utility or council tax bills for that property (see section 5 above for list of documents and list them in Annex B below) Section 8 – Retained right of residence

How many? Subsection A or B: sponsor has died
Death certificate for your sponsor
Subsection B or C: child in education
Letter from the school/college/educational establishment confirming enrolment and attendance by the relevant child
Subsection C or D(2): parent with custody of child
Custody or residence order
Letter or statutory declaration from the sponsor agreeing to the arrangement

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Other – please state:

Subsection D: divorce, annulment or dissolution of marriage or civil partnership
Divorce certificate, decree absolute or dissolution order (or overseas equivalent)
Divorce, dissolution or nullity petition, or overseas equivalent, if you’re claiming the marriage or civil partnership lasted 3 years before proceedings began to end it
Subsection D(3): parent with access rights
Relevant court order confirming details of the access arrangements
Subsection D(4): domestic violence or other compelling circumstances
Previous registration certificate or residence card issued in this category (if issued)
Note: if you have previously been issued with a registration certificate or residence card on the basis of domestic violence, you do not need to submit evidence of domestic violence again. Otherwise, you must submit the relevant evidence below. (i) At least one of the following:
An injunction, non-molestation order or other protection order made against the sponsor (other than an ex-parte or interim order)
Evidence of a relevant court conviction against the sponsor
Evidence of a police caution against the sponsor
If the sponsor has not yet been convicted of an offence but there is a pending court case, you should submit evidence of this (such as a letter from the court confirming the date of the hearing).
Note: in this case, we recommend you send at least one other document from list
(i) or (ii) as evidence.
(ii) If you cannot submit any of the above documents, you must submit at least one
(more if possible) of the documents listed below:
A medical report from a hospital doctor confirming that you have injuries consistent with being a victim of domestic violence
A letter from a family practitioner who has examined you and is satisfied that your injuries are consistent with being a victim of domestic violence
An undertaking given to a court that the perpetrator of the violence will not approach you
A police report confirming attendance at your home as a result of a domestic violence incident
A letter from a social services department confirming its involvement in connection with domestic violence
A letter of support or report from a women’s refuge

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Any other relevant evidence of domestic violence or compelling circumstances – please list:

Subsection E: your sponsor’s status at the relevant date
If you have not previously been issued with a registration certificate or residence card on the basis of a retained right of residence, you must show that your sponsor was an
EEA national with permanent residence or qualified person at the relevant date – see section 9 below for guidance on the documents you must submit.
Note: if you find it difficult to provide all of the relevant evidence because your sponsor has died or left the UK, or you’re no longer able to contact them, please provide as much information about them and evidence as you can.
If you have previously been issued with a registration certificate or residence card on the basis of a retained right of residence, you do not have to submit evidence of your sponsor’s status again but we reserve the right to ask you for more information if necessary. Tick which applies below:
I have previously been issued with a registration certificate or residence card on the basis of a retained right of residence
I am providing evidence of my sponsor’s status at the relevant date – see section
9
Subsection F: your status at the relevant date
Evidence that you have been working, self-employed or self-sufficient, or have retained your status as a worker or self-employed person, since you retained your right of residence – see section 9 below for guidance on what documents to submit, or
Evidence that your non-EEA family member meets the above conditions, and
Proof of your relationship to your non-EEA family member (if relevant) – e.g. birth certificate(s) – see notes for section 4 for guidance on how to prove you’re related to another person.

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Section 8 – Retained right of residence - continued

How many? All subsections: proof of your and your sponsor’s residence in the UK
If you have not previously been issued with a registration certificate or residence card on the basis of a retained right of residence, you must show that you and your sponsor were living in the UK at the relevant date (i.e. immediately before your sponsor died or left the UK, or date of divorce, annulment or dissolution).
If you’re applying under category A, you must show that you had been living in the UK for at least one year before you sponsor died.
If you’re applying under category D(1) (marriage or civil partnership lasted at least 3 years, with at least one year spent in the UK), the evidence should cover at least one year’s residence in the UK.
See notes for section 5 above for examples of the types of document you can submit to prove your residence.
If you already have a registration certificate or residence card on the basis of a retained right of residence, you do not need to submit evidence of residence before the relevant date. However, you must show you have lived in the UK since you were last issued with a registration certificate or residence card and have completed 5 years’ continuous legal residence in the UK (see section 5).
I am providing evidence of my/my sponsor’s residence in the UK before the relevant date (see section 5 above).
I have, or was last issued with, a registration certificate or residence card on the basis of a retained right of residence.
I am providing evidence of my residence in the UK since the relevant date (see section 5 above).

Section 9 – Relevant EEA national’s activity as a qualified person

How many? Subsection A: details of the relevant EEA national’s activity
Your sponsor’s document certifying permanent residence if you answered ‘yes’ to question 9.3, or
Proof that you have/your sponsor has been a qualified person – see below.
Employment
Letter from each employer confirming the dates you/your sponsor worked for them, salary/wages, normal hours of work, and the reason the employment ended
(if relevant)
Wage slips and/or bank statements showing receipt of wages (this must cover each job you have/your sponsor has held during the relevant qualifying period).
P60s for each year in which you were/your sponsor was employed
If you can’t get a letter from the employer (e.g. if the employer is no longer trading), you must submit alternative evidence, such as:
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P45s
Signed contract of employment
Notice of redundancy
Letter accepting resignation
Letter of dismissal
Employment tribunal judgment relating to the employment
Other - please state:

Self-employment
Evidence of your/your sponsor’s self-employment – see Annex A to this section.
Temporary incapacity
A letter from a registered medical practitioner (general practitioner or consultant) confirming the nature of the illness or accident and how long the incapacity lasted or is likely to last
Proof of any sick pay, statutory sick pay or sickness-related benefits (if relevant)
Study or vocational training
Letter from the school, college, university or training provider confirming the title of course, start and end dates of the course, qualification the course leads/led to, whether the course is/was full- or part-time, details of any work placements involved. Note: if you are/your sponsor is claiming to have retained your/their status as a worker, and you/they became voluntarily unemployed, the letter from the training provider must say whether and how the course is related to the previous employment. Study or self-sufficiency (financial resources)
Itemised bank statements
Building society pass book
Evidence of receipt of a pension
Evidence of income from rental property
Wage slips from lawful employment
Evidence of income from lawful self-employment
(Student only) Evidence of a grant, scholarship or bursary
(Student only) A declaration, signed and dated by the relevant EEA national, confirming that they have/had sufficient financial resources to cover them and any family members living in the UK (if applicable) not to become a burden on the UK’s social assistance system during their period of stay in the UK as a student.
This should be witnessed and counter-signed by a Commissioner for Oaths, public notary, or magistrate.

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If a relative, friend or other person has been financially supporting you/your sponsor, a signed and dated letter from that person confirming that they have been supporting you/your sponsor and for how long. You must also submit evidence of the sponsor’s finances as above.
Any other relevant evidence of your/your sponsor’s financial resources – please state: Study or self-sufficiency (comprehensive sickness insurance)
Schedule or other document from a private medical insurance provider outlining the level of cover
Note: this must cover/have covered you/your sponsor/your family member(s) for the majority of risks while in the UK.
Valid European Health Insurance Card (EHIC) (formerly form E111) issued by an
EEA Member State (not the UK)
Form S1 (formerly E106, E109, E121)
Form S2 (formerly E112)
Form S3
Looking for work
Evidence of registration as a jobseeker with Jobcentre Plus, the Jobs and Benefits
Office or Social Security Office (such as a letter from the relevant office and/or proof of receipt of relevant benefits)
Proof of registration with a recruitment agency
Copies of recent job applications
Rejection letters from employers
Invitations to job interviews
If you are/your sponsor is still looking for work, evidence of relevant professional, vocational or academic qualifications, or relevant work experience (please list):

If you are/your sponsor is still looking for work, evidence of any training you are/ your sponsor is doing or has done to improve your/their chances of finding work
(please list):

Any other relevant evidence of looking for work – please list below:

Other periods not accounted for
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If you completed 9.13, any other relevant evidence to show that you have or your sponsor has acquired permanent residence – please state:

Subsection B: accession state workers
Your/your sponsor’s worker registration card/certificate, worker authorisation
(‘purple’) card, worker authorisation (‘purple’) registration certificate, ‘yellow’ registration certificate, ‘blue’ registration certificate
Any other document giving you/your sponsor permission to work – please state:

Section 10 – Family member of British citizen (Surinder Singh)

How many? Subsection A: your sponsor’s activity in the EEA state
Employment
Letter(s) from your sponsor’s employer(s) confirming the job title, dates they worked for them, hours they normally worked, salary/wage, and reason for leaving Wage slips covering at least 3 months of employment and/or bank statements showing receipt of the wages
Other evidence – please state:

Self-employment
Evidence that your sponsor was genuinely self-employed in the EEA state, such as proof of registration with the relevant tax authorities, payment of relevant taxes as a self-employed person, contracts to provide services, invoices, bank statements or other documents showing proof of income – see Annex A below for more examples of the types of document you can submit
Other activity (if there are periods when your sponsor wasn’t working or selfemployed)
Proof of temporary incapacity – e.g. doctor’s letter – see guidance for section 9.
Proof of vocational training – e.g. letter from training provider – see guidance for section 9.
Proof of receipt of job-seeking benefits and evidence of looking for work (if your sponsor was involuntarily unemployed) – see guidance for section 9.
Subsection B: residence in the EEA state

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Proof that you and your sponsor (and any other family members, if relevant) lived in the EEA state, such as tenancy agreements, utility bills, etc – see guidance for proving residence in sections 5.
Subsection C: integration in the EEA state (if you were required to complete this subsection) Evidence of any financial commitments in the EEA state – e.g. mortgage agreement, bank loans, etc
Evidence of speaking or learning the language of the EEA state – e.g. qualifications or proof of attendance at language classes
If you had any children attending school or college in the EEA state, evidence of this (e.g. letter from the relevant school/college, educational certificates, etc)
Evidence of membership of any social or community groups
Other – please state:

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Section 11 – Spouse, civil partner or durable partner of the sponsor

How many? Evidence of living together with your sponsor
If you’re applying as the unmarried (durable) partner of an EEA national, you must show that you have been living together in a relationship similar to a marriage or civil partnership since you were last issued with a registration certificate or residence card in this category.
If you’re applying as the current spouse or civil partner of an EEA national (or of a
British citizen, if you’re applying under the Surinder Singh route), you do not have to prove you have been living together but it will assist your application if you do.
Examples of acceptable items are listed below. They should be addressed to you jointly or in both your names. The documents provided must be originals. Photocopies are not acceptable.
You can rely on all or some of the same documents submitted in support of section 5, provided they clearly show you and your partner have been living together. We will consider each case on its individual merits but we recommend that you send at least 2 or 3 items addressed to you and your partner jointly for each year you have been living together (or since you were last issued with a registration certificate or residence card, if applicable). If you have changed address during this period, the evidence should cover each address you have lived at. The evidence should come from a variety of sources.
For example, to cover a 5-year period living at the same address, you should send a minimum of 10-15 items, from 4 or 5 different sources, addressed to you jointly, spread evenly throughout the 5 years.
If you do not have enough items in your joint names, you may also provide items addressed to each of you individually if they show the same address for both of you.
For example – you could send 10 items of correspondence in joint names at the same address, plus 5 items addressed to you, and a further 5 items addressed to your partner, provided they show that you were living together at the same address (20 items in total).
If you and your partner lived with relatives or friends for some or all of the relevant period, please provide a letter from the relative(s) and/or friend(s) confirming this.
If you did not live together for any part of the relevant period, tell us the reasons for this and whether you stayed in contact with each other during this time, and provide any relevant supporting evidence.
Please give an explanation on a separate sheet if you cannot provide the minimum number of items; the items are not addressed to both of you; or they do not cover the relevant period.
Letters or other documents from government departments or agencies, for example HM Revenue and Customs, Department for Work and Pensions, DVLA,
TV Licensing

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Letters or other documents from your GP, a hospital or other local health service about medical treatments, appointments, home visits or other medical matters
Bank statements/letters
Building society savings books/letters
Council tax bills or statements
Electricity and/or gas bills or statements
Water rates bills or statements
Mortgage statements/agreement
Tenancy agreement(s)
Telephone bills or statements
Photographs of you and your sponsor together – for example, on holiday or at a family celebration
Evidence of how you have kept in contact with each other during periods in which you have not lived together – for example, letters, printouts of emails or contact via social media, mobile phone bills showing you have contacted each other, printouts of Skype (or similar) logs, etc
Any other evidence – please list:

Children for whom you/your sponsor have parental responsibility
Child’s birth or adoption certificate
Parental order, custody/residence order (if relevant)
Previous marriages or civil partnerships
If you have/your sponsor has previously been married or in a civil partnership, the relevant divorce certificate/decree absolute/dissolution order or equivalent
Other relevant documents
If you wish to submit any other relevant documents about your relationship, list them below:

Section 12 – Descendant under 21

How many? Evidence of your relationship to your sponsor (i.e. birth or adoption certificate or parental order – see guidance for section 4 above)

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Parental responsibility (if you’re under 18)
If you’re under 18 and not living with both parents named on your birth or adoption certificate or parental order, give the reasons for this in section 12.3 and provide any relevant supporting evidence, such as:
Custody or residence order, or
Letter from your parent(s) confirming that they consent to your current living arrangements Other evidence – please state:

Section 13 – Dependent family member (child or grandchild aged 21 How many? or over, parent, grandparent)
Evidence of your financial dependency, such as:

Money transfer receipts from your sponsor to you
Your bank statements showing receipt of money from your sponsor
Your sponsor’s bank statements showing their financial circumstances
Evidence of living in the same household as your sponsor, if relevant – e.g. tenancy agreement naming you and your sponsor, utility bills with your name on, mobile phone bill, etc
Any other relevant evidence – please list:

Section 14 – Dependent relative or member of EEA national’s house- How many? hold
Evidence of financial dependency since you were last issued with a registration certificate or residence card, e.g.
Money transfer receipts from your sponsor to you
Your bank statements showing receipt of money from your sponsor
Your sponsor’s bank statements showing their financial circumstances
Proof of any outgoings, if relevant – e.g. utility bill, mobile phone bill, medical bills, etc Evidence of membership of EEA national’s household
Proof that the EEA national owns or rents the property – e.g. mortgage agreement or tenancy agreement

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Evidence that you and the EEA national live there – e.g. tenancy agreement, utility bill, or NHS registration card showing your name and address (see section 5 for examples of documents you can send)
Evidence of any medical condition you have and the care required (if relevant),
e.g.
Letter from a registered medical practitioner confirming your condition and what care you require
Any other evidence – please list:

Section 15 – Relative who strictly requires personal care

How many? Evidence of your medical condition
A detailed medical report from a registered medical consultant giving details of your medical condition and the type of care you require
Evidence of the care you receive
A letter or statement from your EEA national sponsor (or from their spouse or civil partner) confirming what care they provide you with and how often
If you also receive medical care from anyone else or another organisation, a letter from that person or organisation giving details of this (please say what evidence you’re providing):

Section 16 – Public funds / state benefits

How many? Your or your sponsor’s bank statements showing receipt of the relevant benefit(s)
Letter(s) from Jobcentre Plus, Department for Work and Pensions, Her Majesty’s
Revenue and Customs, or the local authority, confirming receipt of the relevant benefit(s) Section 17
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Annex A – Evidence of self employment

How many? 1. Proof of registration with Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs (HMRC) and payment of relevant tax, national insurance and VAT
a) Tax documents – at least two of the following:
Copies or printouts of self-assessment tax returns (SA100) for the relevant period and evidence that they have been received by HMRC (e.g. written notification or printout of online confirmation)
Self-assessment or tax calculations issued by HMRC (SA300 or SA302)
P60s showing tax and national insurance paid for each relevant financial year
b) National insurance documents – at least one of the following:
Stamped receipts showing payment of class 2 or class 4 national insurance contributions (if paid in person at the post office or over the counter at the bank)
Evidence from your/your sponsor’s bank statements showing payment of national insurance if paid by direct debit. (This should show on bank statements as ‘HMRC
NI – DD’.)
P60s covering the relevant financial years
Any other written confirmation from HMRC of national insurance paid
Certificate of small earnings exception issued by HMRC (if you/your sponsor did not earn enough to pay national insurance)
If you are/were or your sponsor is/was a company director who receives/received wage slips, and these show payment of national insurance contributions through the PAYE system, all relevant wage slips
If you are/were or your sponsor is/was a self-employed subcontractor under the
Construction Industry Scheme (CIS), send your/their:
• CIS pay and deduction statements from the contractor showing your/their unique taxpayer reference (UTR) and CIS deductions, and
• at least one of the tax documents listed above.
If you have/your sponsor has not been trading long enough to pay tax or national insurance contributions or to send a self-assessment tax return, you must show that you/they have registered to pay these. Please send at least two of the following:
Copy of form CWF1 or printout of online registration as a self-employed person with HMRC
Evidence that HMRC has received the application – e.g. letter or printout of online acknowledgement Notification from HMRC of your/their national insurance number and/or unique taxpayer reference number.

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c) Proof of VAT registration (if applicable):
If, in any relevant tax year, the business turnover exceeded, exceeds, or is expected to exceed, the VAT threshold (£79,000 for 2013/14, £81,000 for
2014/15), a certificate of VAT registration and the VAT return for the relevant financial year (a copy or print-out) confirming the VAT registration number
2. Proof of earnings from self-employment – at least two of the following:
Copies of invoices, receipts for payments, etc. If the business is a limited company, these must be on company-headed paper
Personal bank statements showing receipt of payments for work carried out
Business bank statements. You or your sponsor must be named on the account, or otherwise provide evidence to show that you/they have access to the account
If trading for more than 12 months, a copy of your/your sponsor’s statutory accounts for the relevant period with a letter from your/their accountant confirming gross/net profit for the relevant period
P60s for the relevant period
If you have/your sponsor has been a subcontractor under the Construction
Industry Scheme, your/their CIS pay and deduction statement, together with one of the above documents
If you are/were or your sponsor is/was a company director who receives/received a salary, you must send:
• payslips covering the relevant period, and
• personal bank statements showing receipt of wages
If you are/were or your sponsor is/was a company director who receives/received dividends, you must send:
• dividend vouchers for dividends declared in your/your sponsor’s favour showing the company’s and your/your sponsor’s details, with the net dividend amount and tax credit, and
• personal bank statement(s) showing that those dividends were paid into your/ your sponsor’s bank account
3. Evidence that the business is/was actively trading – at least two of the following: Copies of invoices for services provided
Contracts to provide services
Receipts for purchase of tools or business equipment
Testimonials or references from clients, with their contact details (note: we will verify these documents)
Examples of business advertising (such as flyers, online advertising, listing in
Yellow Pages, listing in trade magazines or on trade websites)
Any other relevant evidence (please state):

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4. Additional evidence if the business is a partnership
Proof that the partnership is/was registered with Companies House (certificate of incorporation – certified copy is acceptable)
If you are/were or your sponsor is/was the ‘nominated partner’ in the business, a copy or printout of the partnership tax return (SA800) and confirmation that it has been received by HMRC (e.g. written notification or printout of online confirmation)
5. Additional evidence if the business is a limited company
Proof that the company is/was registered with Companies House (e.g. certificate of incorporation – certified copy is acceptable)
Proof that the company is/was registered with HMRC as an employer for PAYE and national insurance purposes
Company tax returns (CT600) (copies or printouts) for the relevant period and evidence of receipt by HMRC (letter or online acknowledgement)
Appointment report from Companies House (company director only)
If the company has been trading for one year or more, a copy of the company annual return (AR01), or a printout of the return if it was sent electronically, together with proof that it has been received by Companies House (letter or printout of online acknowledgment)
6. Additional evidence if the business is a franchise
Franchise agreement signed by both or all parties
7. Evidence of qualifications or professional registration if required for your or your sponsor’s trade
For some businesses, you must be qualified, licensed, or registered with a professional or statutory scheme to be trading legally. Some examples are given below. Certified copies are acceptable.
Full valid driving licence if you are/were or your sponsor is/was required to drive as part of the business
Security Industry Authority (SIA) licence if you are/were or your sponsor is/was a security guard or doorperson (‘bouncer’)
Gas Safe registration card or reference number if you are/were or your sponsor is/ was a gas fitter
Certificate issued by Environmental Health if you run/ran or your sponsor runs/ran a restaurant, café, takeaway or other food or catering business
General Medical Council (GMC) reference number if you are/were or your sponsor is/was a doctor
Other (please state):

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8. Miscellaneous evidence (optional)
Articles of association (limited company only)
Deed of partnership/partnership agreement (partnership only)
Proof of ownership of business premises, or lease/contract for use of premises
Evidence of shareholding
Proof of employer’s liability insurance, indemnity insurance, or public liability insurance Business plan (e.g. if the business is new)
Evidence of relevant professional qualifications or accreditation (other than mandatory qualifications or accreditation listed above)

Annex B - Other relevant evidence not listed above

How many? If you wish to provide any other documents or evidence, other than those listed above, which you feel support your application, please list these below:

Now go to section 19 (declarations).

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Section 19 - Declarations
You (the applicant) should complete subsection A and your sponsor (named in section 4 of this form, if relevant) should complete subsection B, unless they are unable to do so.

A. Applicant’s declaration

Please read the declaration below and sign it. It should be signed by you (the applicant) and not by a representative or other person acting on your behalf. If you are under 18, your parent or guardian may sign it.
I hereby apply for a document certifying permanent residence / permanent residence card. The information I have given in this form is complete and is true to the best of my knowledge.
I confirm that the photographs submitted with this form are a true likeness of me, as named on the back of each photograph, and that I have had the opportunity to see the Home Office photograph guidance.
I confirm that if, before this application is decided, there is a material change in my circumstances or new information relevant to this application becomes available, I will inform the
Home Office.
I understand that all information provided by me to the Home Office will be treated in confidence but that it may be disclosed to other government departments, agencies, local authorities, the police, foreign governments and other bodies for immigration purposes or to enable them to perform their functions, and that, if such bodies provide the Home Office with any information about me which may be relevant for immigration purposes, it may be used in reaching a decision on my application or on whether I have, or my sponsor has, a right of residence.
I understand that my details may in certain circumstances be passed to fraud prevention agencies to prevent and detect fraud and money laundering. I also understand that such agencies may provide the Home Office with information about me. Further details explaining when information may be passed to or from fraud prevention agencies and how that information may be used can be obtained from the Home Office website.
I understand that documents provided in support of this application will be checked for authenticity, and that false documents will be retained and may result in my application being refused and in my prosecution and subsequent removal from the UK.
I understand that the Home Office may also use the information provided by me for training purposes. I am aware that it is an offence to make a statement or representation which I know to be false or do not believe to be true, or to obtain, or seek to obtain a document certifying permanent residence or permanent residence card by means which include deception.
I understand that if I am informing the Home Office that I have changed my gender, these details may in certain circumstances be shared with other Home Office colleagues. I consent to this, where necessary, and understand that this information will only be shared in limited circumstances relating to identity and security in line with section 22 of the Gender Recognition
Act. I am aware they will otherwise be treated in confidence and that my rights under the Equality
Act 2010, Data Protection Act 1998 and Article 8 of the European Convention on Human Rights will be unaffected.
Signed

Date

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B. Sponsor’s declaration
The sponsor named in section 4 of this application form (if applicable) should read the declaration below and sign it, unless the sponsor is unable to sign it for one of the reasons given below. It should be signed by your sponsor and not by a representative or other person acting on your or your sponsor’s behalf. If your sponsor is under 18, their parent or guardian may sign it.
Sponsor is unable to sign because:
They have died

They have left the UK

I am unable to contact the sponsor

Other (please state):

I confirm that I am the sponsor named in section 4 of this application form and I am the family member, relative or partner of the applicant named in section 1. The information the applicant has given in this form is complete and is true to the best of my knowledge.
I confirm that the photograph submitted with this form is a true likeness of me, as named on the back of the photograph, and that I have had the opportunity to see the Home Office photograph guidance. I confirm that if, before this application is decided, there is a material change in my circumstances or new information relevant to this application becomes available, I will inform the
Home Office.
I understand that all information provided by me or the applicant to the Home Office will be treated in confidence but that it may be disclosed to other government departments, agencies, local authorities, the police, foreign governments and other bodies for immigration purposes or to enable them to perform their functions, and that, if such bodies provide the Home Office with any information about me which may be relevant for immigration purposes, it may be used in reaching a decision on the application or on whether I have, or the applicant has, a right of residence. I understand that my details may in certain circumstances be passed to fraud prevention agencies to prevent and detect fraud and money laundering. I also understand that such agencies may provide the Home Office with information about me. Further details explaining when information may be passed to or from fraud prevention agencies and how that information may be used can be obtained from the Home Office website.
I understand that documents provided in support of this application will be checked for authenticity, and that false documents will be retained and may result in the application being refused and in my /the applicant’s prosecution and subsequent removal from the UK.
I understand that the Home Office may also use the information provided by me or the applicant for training purposes.
I am aware that it is an offence to make a statement or representation which I know to be false or do not believe to be true, or to obtain, or seek to obtain a document certifying permanent residence or permanent residence card by means which include deception.

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I understand that if I am informing the Home Office that I have changed my gender, these details may in certain circumstances be shared with other Home Office colleagues. I consent to this, where necessary, and understand that this information will only be shared in limited circumstances relating to identity and security in line with section 22 of the Gender Recognition
Act. I am aware they will otherwise be treated in confidence and that my rights under the Equality
Act 2010, Data Protection Act 1998 and Article 8 of the European Convention on Human Rights will be unaffected.

Signed

Date

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Identity document checklist
Please complete the table below to help us check that we have received your identity documents and to keep a record of them while they are with us.
Documents

How many? Passports
National identity cards
Biometric residence permits (BRPs)
Birth certificates
Marriage/civil partnership certificates
Driving licence (paper or photo)
Deed poll

Please make sure you send your application to the correct address as shown on the front of this form. Sending it to any other address will delay your application.

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