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Hi Clare, Thank you very much for the interest and the offer

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Hi Clare,
Thank you very much for the interest and the offer to continue with your assistance.
So, let me put another topic in front you.
As I already told you I am Bulgarian citizen. My wife is from Nigeria. She has president permit - (long stay) - which allow her to stay and work in Bulgaria, with it she can travel to the other EU country, but she can enter in UK with visa. She has a multiple visa till June 2015 allowing her to stay up to 180 days in UK
Our children are with double nationality - Bulgarian and Nigerian.
The question is - What we have to do so that my wife can accompany and stay in UK with children when they start school.
Thanks.
Regards
Plamen Iliev
Submitted: 2 years ago.
Category: Immigration Law
Expert:  UKSolicitorJA replied 2 years ago.
Hello Plamen,

I am a UK immigration solicitor and will be able to assist you.

Your wife should apply for a UK EEA Family Permit to accompany and reside in the UK with your children.

She may try and enter the UK on her current visit visa but as her intention is to reside in the UK and not visit, she may be refused entry at the UK border, which is why I would advise that she applies for the EEA Family Permit.

Information about applying for the EEA Family Permit is here:
https://www.gov.uk/family-permit

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