Supporting evidenceYou will need to provide:
♠ a current passport or other valid travel identification
♠ 2 passport size colour photographs
♠ birth certificates or other documents to prove your relationship
♠ You’ll need to provide a certified translation of any documents that are not in English or Welsh
♠ any other documents depending on your circumstances. For instance:You will need to provide proof of the current immigration status (passport, birth certificate or adoption certificate) of the person you're caring for or the child of. You will also need to prove that they are dependent on you (court orders or care responsibilities and they are living in the UK - rent agreements, utility bills or bank statements)If applicable you will need to show that you are financially independent and have full health insurance in the UK and that you are in education in the UK (a letter from the school) and that you were in the UK when your EEA national parent was working in the UK and
your EEA national parent was in the UK at a time when you were in education in the UK
Wish to Apply?If you'd like to make an application for derivative rights of residence in the UK you must know that most applicants are refused even though they appear to meet the legal requirements. These refusals are attributable to the applicant's failure to provide evidence in the format required by the EEA regulations or them being legally illiterate failing to properly understand the rules governing grant of family permits.
The applicant, as a result, not not only loses the application but also complicates any future application that he may want to make. It is therefore critical that proper immigration advice and representation is sought before you submit your case to the Home Office to ensure you meet all applicable derivative rights of residence in the UK rules and policy guidelines increasing your prospects of success.