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I am British citizen from 2006. My mum arrived to stay and

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I am British citizen from 2006. My mum arrived to stay and live with me from Bulgaria on 12/08/2015, because she was diagnosed and operated in Bulgaria with brest canser and was not able to look after herself.She will stay forgood with me. My question is: is she alowed to became a british resident? I am asking for that only, because I want to make an insuranse with Sunlife and they accept only resident from UK , which is understandable. But how to solve the problem with my mum? If something happen I want to make sure I have done the rigth things.
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Immigration Law
Expert:  UKSolicitorJA replied 1 year ago.
Hello,
As an EEA national, your mum is free to reside in the UK for more than 3 months as a self sufficient person and she must hold comprehensive sickness cover while she resides in the UK.
The exact requirements are as follows
The EEA national must be able to show evidence that they have sufficient resources not to become a burden on the social assistance system and have comprehensive sickness insurance cover. There is no fixed amount that is regarded as ‘sufficient resources’. The personal situation of each applicant must be taken into account.
So, if your mother has comprehensive sickness cover and sufficient savings or income of her own, she is free to reside in the UK with you.
Hope this helps