Surinder singh route centre of life free
The Surinder Singh route relates to the ability of British citizens to bring family members to the United Kingdom under the more relaxed regime of EU law rather than the tighter immigration rules. Under the Surinder Singh route, British citizens tha leave the UK to live in another EU country are entitled to return to the UK as a matter of EU law.
As a result, the Home Office issued an amended guidance for processing EEA family permit applications under the Surinder Singh route in January 2014 which requires the sponsoring British citizen to prove that they have transferred the centre of their life to another EEA member state.
In particular, the centre of life test first introduced on 1 January 2014 has no place in a lawful assessment of a Surinder Singh case. The test originates in the Advocate General Opinion that proceeded final judgment in O and B v Netherlands.
Surinder Singh. You might be able to apply for an EEA family permit if youve lived in another EEA country with an eligible family member whos a British citizen. This is known as making a Surinder Singh application. Your British family member must be one of the following: your spouse (husband or
The Surinder Singh route has become well known to British citizens seeking to be reunited with their family members. The toughening up of UK immigration rules in July 2012 particularly the introduction of the minimum income rule and its labyrinthine documentary requirements and the awful elderly dependent relative rules is resulting in an increasing number of split families.
Surinder Singh route for spouses and families of British citizens. This immigration route, named after a person who filed a court case, can be used by nonEU family members of British citizens to secure a UK visa but under the EU law.
The UK Changes The Rules on Surinder Singh. From that date, it will now be a new requirement for those using the Surinder Singh route that the the centre of [the British citizens life has transferred to the EEA State where [the British citizen resided as a worker or selfemployed person. You can view more of A.
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