United Kingdom, 26th July: Let us see Brexit effect on UK Marriage, Spouse and Partner Visa application process.
So, let us begin here.
Brexit effect on UK Marriage, spouse and Partner visa application process—Let us see Brexit effect on UK Marriage, Spouse and Partner visa application process. After the Brexit vote, the application process for some UK visas may undergo changes. These include EEA family permits among others.
<blockquote> Let us find out the effect of Brexit on UK marriage, spouse and partner visa application process here. </blockquote>
Brexit and impact on EEA nationals—What will happen if the UK officials decides to leave the EU. What will happen then? How will the UK immigration system get affected in such a case? Well, these are the questions disturbing many minds alike now days.
Nonetheless, there is no denying the fact that free movement for EEA nationals shall get affected. There is no guarantee of rights of EEA nationals living in the UK. moreover, the process of coming to the UK for EEA nationals(those wanting to stay permanently in the UK) will get affected in a big way.
Brexit Effect on UK Marriage, Spouse and Partner Visa Application process-It may be worth mentioned that as of now, nearly three million non-British EU/EEA nationals are staying in the UK.
Moreover, the EEA nationals and UK citizens in the UK permanently have serious queries on impact on their lives. This is especially true for those who are married to or want to marry any non-EEA national.
Here is some great news. Non-EEA nationals having already applied for(or those having a UK spouse visa, fiancée and unmarried partner visa) will not see any bad effects for UK immigration. That’s because UK settlement, fiancée and marriage visas are issued to foreigners in the context that their partner is either UK citizen/permanent settled in UK. So, almost no changes to UK settlement visa application process due to Brexit.
That’s something great.
Couples wishing to use Surinder Singh route (to apply for EEA family permit) will be affected by Brexit. This process is used by couples not meeting financial requirement of UK settlement visa application.