Retained Right of Residence
The application for retained right of residence can only be submitted by family members of the EEA National, and only if the relationship has broken down.
You can apply for Retained Right of Residence on the following basis:
EEA Qualified person has died in the UK and that - at the time of death - the individual was a qualified person. You are their family member (spouse or civil partner) and should have lived in the UK for at least 1 year before the death. If you have divorced the EEA National, then your marriage or civil partnership should have subsisted for 3 years and you should have lived in the UK with the EEA national. However, the EEA national should be a qualified person at the time of termination of a relationship. If your child is an EEA National, you may be eligible to apply for Derivative Right of Residence.
Please consult one of our caseworkers at Visa and Migration for further information and advice.
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