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KEY FACTS
  • Certain 'family members' of an EEA National can apply to the EU Settlement Scheme.

  • If they have Settled Status - then they can claim Universal Credit as long as they meet the usual claiming criteria

  • If they have Pre-Settled Status - then they can claim Universal Credit as long as they have a 'Right to Reside' and meet the usual claiming criteria.

  • Up until 30th June 2021 they are someone that can apply to the EUSS - then they can claim Universal Credit as long as they have a 'Right to Reside' and meet the usual claiming criteria.

  • There are particular definitions of 'family member' and this includes certain 'extended family members'.

  • The 'family member' / 'extended family member' does not need to be an EEA National they could be a non-EEA National.

Click here to find out more about which non-EEA family members can apply to the EU Settlement Scheme.

Click here to find out more about the different routes to claiming UC including Settled Status, and having Pre-Settled Status & the 'Right to Reside' rules.
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