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How old is your brother?
It would be the EU national that would need to apply for your brother for a EEA Family permit. I will send you more information
An EEA Family Permit is a document issued to non-EEA nationals living outside the European Union who would like to travel to the UK with an EEA national family member or join an EEA national family member in the UK.
What are the main eligibility requirements for an EEA Family Permit?
In order to qualify for an EEA Family Permit you will need to satisfy UK Visas and Immigration that:
What else do I need to know about the EEA Family Permit?
An EEA Family Permit is valid for six months. EEA Family Permit holders are free to leave and enter the UK as many times as they wish within that six month period.
There is no fee payable to apply for an EEA Family Permit and the application will be given priority by UK Visas & Immigration.
EU Settlement Scheme family permit
Apply for the EU Settlement Scheme family permit if you’re the close family member of:
You must be a ‘close’ family member, such as a spouse, civil partner, dependent child or dependent parent.
Check if you’re eligible and apply for the EU Settlement Scheme family permit.
EEA family permit
Apply for the EEA family permit if you’re a close or extended family member of an EEA or Swiss citizen.
You can be a close or ‘extended’ family member - for example a brother, sister, aunt, uncle, cousin, nephew or niece.
Check if you’re eligible and apply for the EEA family permit.
There are other ways you may be eligible for an EEA family permit, for example:
Both family permits are free.
The Home Office would need to establish the relationship between the EU national and applicant.
Is your brother dependant on you or your partner?
So if you are married - this will then meet the definition as a brother in law in order for him to apply.
This way will fall in the definition as a close family member as opposed of extended family member.
So you can still apply and he would be treated as Brother in law. Your brother is similar to seen as his own brother
https://www.gov.uk/family-permit/eea-family-permit - Link to apply
See above link in order to apply. Thank you
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No - your partner is entitled to Sponsor again just like he did with you.
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