/ In this package, our legal experts have addressed the following questions:

  • My spouse/partner is a UK national, I am an EEA national. We have been married for many years but have recently divorced/broken up. What do I need to do to be able to stay in the UK?
  • My spouse/partner is a UK national, I am a national of a country from outside the EEA. We have lived in the UK for a while, and my current visa is based on our relationship. We do not have children. We have recently divorced/broken up however, I want to continue living in the UK. What steps do I need to take?
  • My spouse/partner is a UK national, I am a national of a country from outside the EEA. We have lived in the UK for a while, and my current visa is based on our relationship. We have children. We have recently divorced/broken up, however, I want to continue living in the UK. What steps do I need to take?
  • My spouse/partner is an EEA national, I am a national of a country from outside the EU. We have been living in the UK throughout our marriage. We have recently divorced/broken up however, I want to continue living in the UK. What steps do I need to take?
  • My spouse/partner and I are both nationals of countries from outside the EEA. My partner/spouse has a visa which allowed him/her to live and work in the UK, whereas my visa is was always on the basis of my spouse's/ partner's visa. We have recently divorced/broken up however, I want to continue living in the UK. What steps do I need to take?
* Based on a £300 average hourly rate for solicitors across the country.
  • My spouse/partner is a UK national, I am an EEA national. We have been married for many years but have recently divorced/broken up. What do I need to do to be able to stay in the UK?
  • My spouse/partner is a UK national, I am a national of a country from outside the EEA. We have lived in the UK for a while, and my current visa is based on our relationship. We do not have children. We have recently divorced/broken up however, I want to continue living in the UK. What steps do I need to take?
  • My spouse/partner is a UK national, I am a national of a country from outside the EEA. We have lived in the UK for a while, and my current visa is based on our relationship. We have children. We have recently divorced/broken up, however, I want to continue living in the UK. What steps do I need to take?
  • My spouse/partner is an EEA national, I am a national of a country from outside the EU. We have been living in the UK throughout our marriage. We have recently divorced/broken up however, I want to continue living in the UK. What steps do I need to take?
  • My spouse/partner and I are both nationals of countries from outside the EEA. My partner/spouse has a visa which allowed him/her to live and work in the UK, whereas my visa is was always on the basis of my spouse's/ partner's visa. We have recently divorced/broken up however, I want to continue living in the UK. What steps do I need to take?
* Based on a £300 average hourly rate for solicitors across the country.
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