The average EU Settlement Scheme Family Permit processing time can vary depending on several factors. For example, your waiting time may vary according to where you make an application from. This is because different countries have different embassy guidelines and can take more time to process.
Usually, the average EU Settlement Scheme Family Permit processing time is around one-two months. However, your application could take as little as two weeks depending on where you are applying from and how clearly you can satisfy the requirements. This type of entry route is complex as it requires UKVI to assess whether you meet the ‘genuine relationship’ requirements. This can be particularly time-consuming. An immigration officer will want to see evidence that your relationship is ‘genuine and subsisting’. This means that they will scrutinise proofs of your relationship to your partner over the complete span of your relationship or marriage.
Our specialists can help you if you are making an application and you want to avoid delays in the EU Settlement Scheme Family Permit processing time. Your assigned consultant will gather and collate all your supporting evidence, helping you bridge any gaps or shortcomings. They will then file them in a comprehensive evidence portfolio which can be navigated easily by the Home Office. This means that they will be able to move through it smoothly and efficiently, getting all the information they need to process it properly. The help of an our specialist could greatly increase the EU Settlement Scheme Family Permit processing time.