Retained Rights of Residence

You can apply for an EEA family permit if you previously had a right to reside in the UK as a family member of an EEA national.

You could have a retained right of residence if your marriage with your EEA-national partner has ended or your partner has died. You could also have that right if you are a child of an EEA-national who has died or left the UK or you are a parent of a child who has a retained right of residence

You must also meet other requirements to be eligible for a retained right of residence.

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