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Latest Forum Posts

EEA family member

shubbard - 22/11/2017

Thank you so much for your responses.

I think shes going to go down the family member r ...

Tax credit overpayment being recovered by invoice and underlying entitlement

pbirks - 21/11/2017

i would say not . she was still rceiving the tax credits at the time she was being overpad H ...

Inactive EEA national and absent partner

pbirks - 21/11/2017

they arent married, so hey are not family members

so his status is irrelevant to her. h ...

EEA family member

pbirks - 21/11/2017

either that or say she is a family member of her son/grandkids and demonstrate their status AND t ...

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