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Who is an EU citizen and his family member?

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EU citizens are citizens of Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, the Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden Similar rights also apply to nationals of Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Switzerland, and to nationals of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland who are covered by Part Two of the Withdrawal Agreement (see BREXIT).
 

A foreign national is considered a so-called immediate family member of an EU citizen if that foreign national proves that:

  1. spouse or a registered partner,

  2. parent of an EU citizen under 21, who actually takes care of this young citizen,

  3. descendant under 21 or such a descendant of a spouse of an EU citizen and

  4. descendant or ancestor or else descendant or ancestor of a spouse of an EU citizen, who is due to meeting his basic needs dependent on nutrition or on other necessary care provided by this EU citizen or his spouse, or was dependent on this nutrition or care immediately prior to entering the territory, in a state of which the person concerned is a citizen or in a state in which the person concerned has permitted stay.
     

Besides this, a foreign national is considered a so-called extended family member of an EU citizen if that foreign national proves that:

  1. he/she is a relative of a citizen of the European Union or citizen of the Czech Republic registered as permanently resident on the territory and

    1. in the country from which he/she comes, he/she is supported by this EU citizen or citizen of the CR,

    2. in the country from which he/she comes, he/she is a member of the household of this EU citizen or citizen of the CR, or

    3. serious health reasons urgently require the personal care of this EU citizen or citizen of the CR, or he/she has a properly documented permanent partner relationship with an EU citizen or citizen of the CR registered as permanently resident on the territory

  2. he/she has a properly documented permanent partner relationship with an EU citizen or citizen of the CR registered as permanently resident on the territory.

  


Department for Asylum and Migration Policy, August 18th, 2021

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