Парис писал(а):Источник цитаты
даже целая служба есть (Солвит), которая разбирает жалобы граждан ЕС о их применении или несоблюдении.
Только опять же, в эту службу можно жаловаться при отказе на территории страны ЕС, а не на территории консульства в стране не ЕС. В таких случаях оформление ВНЖ подчиняется Законам конкретной страны ЕС и не подпадает под действие Директивы
Парис, добрый день
Я проживаю и работаю в UK.
Собирался пригласить к себе мать.
У матери гражданство РФ.
Мать подала на EEA/Swiss Family Member visa.
В визе отказали.
Тут кто-то писал, что Солвит дает волшебные результаты, если им пожаловаться на действия британских властей.
Ничего волшебного в ответе от Солвита я и близко не увидел.
Что Вы думаете по поводу вот этой отписки из Солвита?
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Thank you for this enquiry.
As you will already know the EU comprises an area in which the free movement of EU nationals is ensured. This freedom of movement is set out in Directive 2004/38/EC.
1. As a Latvian national, you are entitled to continue to reside in the UK provided that you are economically active (either employed or self-employed) or, otherwise, have sufficient financial resources including comprehensive sickness insurance.
2. You are entitled to be joined by your mother, provided that she is dependent. She will be entitled to join you provided that she has a valid passport and a visa, described as an EEA Family Permit. This is available free of charge under an accelerated procedure (Article 5.2).
3. Your mother should provide:
• a valid passport
• evidence of her relationship to you, for example, a certified translation of a birth certificate;
• your valid passport or national identity card
• proof of your mother's dependency
You can find the UK government caseworker guidance at the following website: https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/s ... s_v3_0.pdf
4. Your mother is entitled to appeal this decision. You can find out more about making an appeal at the following website: https://www.gov.uk/immigration-asylum-t ... ide-the-uk https://immigrationappealsonline.justic ... k/IACFees/
Unfortunately, the Your Europe Advice service cannot act as your advocate or representative, however we will report this to the EU Commission in order to complain to the UK authorities. We would advise, in the first instance that you contact a solicitor specialising in immigration law: http://solicitors.lawsociety.org.uk/
The Immigration Law Practitioners Association is an association of immigration specialists, many of which are solicitors but some of their member organisations include Law Centres that provide free advice. Their members are listed here: http://www.ilpa.org.uk/directory/webdirect.html
You can also search for a not-for-profit licensed immigration advisor here: http://oisc.homeoffice.gov.uk/about_ois ... _advisers/
Your local university may operate a law clinic where you can get free legal advice. Many clinics are listed on the website of LawWorks at the bottom of the page: http://www.lawworks.org.uk/list-of-laww ... er-clinics
Depending on where you live, you may also visit your local law centre. http://www.lawcentres.org.uk/
You can find out more about this Directive at the following websites: http://europa.eu/legislation_summaries/ ... 152_en.htm http://europa.eu/youreurope/citizens/tr ... dex_en.htm
We hope that this assists,
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