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If have asked this question before, but we are still not sure what to do. I have lived in UK as EEA national for 12 years. I have been married for 8 years, my wife has Ukrainian passport My wife has a now 20 year old daughter who has lived with us the whole time We are moving to Norway now, but the 20 year old wants to stay. Question is how can we help her to stay in UK. She could get EEA visa before we move, but the problem is I travel every week and cannot be without my passport. Is there any way around that? She checked with a local college about enrolling, but she needs a visa before enrolling. But to get a visa, she needs to be enrolled! Catch 22. Any way around this? She has (will shortly) have her own place to live, has a job and has lived in UK 8 years. There must be some way for her to legally remain in UK. Regards, Sven
As I mentioned above, as far as I know, for her to get EEA4 visa, I must send my passport, for several months. But as I travel every week, I cannot.
Can she still get EEA visa? Or do we have to explore other options?
That is great. But are you sure a certified copy is accepted. I have read many who say it has to be the real passport. Do you know of anyone who have successfully gotten EEA4 with a certified copy.
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