Application for derivative residence card in UK: form DRF1

The Home Office have recently issued an application for a derivative residence card in the UK through a close association with an EEA national.

Here’s what you need to know.

(Updated as of 14 October 2020)

  • This form is to be used for applications made on or after 14 October 2020
  • Any further reference on this form to ‘EEA nationals’ includes Swiss nationals
  • Use this application form if you wish to apply for a derivative residence card as:
    • the primary carer of a British citizen child or dependent adult (‘Zambrano’)
    • the primary carer of a self-sufficient EEA national child (‘Chen’)
    • the child of an EEA national former worker where the child is in education in the UK (‘Ibrahim/Teixeira’)
    • the primary carer of a child of an EEA national former worker where the child is in education in the UK (‘Ibrahim/Teixeira’)
    • the dependent child aged under 18 of a primary carer in one of the categories above

“You will only be considered for a derivative residence card as a person with a derivative right of residence under EU law. You will not be considered for anything else. You must use a different form if you want to stay for another reason.”

For more information on application for derivative residence card in UK: form DRF1, send an email to info@compasslaw.org.uk or contact us on 01204 531 535 to book a telephone/Skype consultation. The fee is £30.

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