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Yes, you can use an EEA family permit for a short trip. My best evidence in support of this assertion is that my mother-in-law has done it. In the free movement directive, there is a "right of residence for up to three months" which does not require anyone to be a "qualified person" (i.e., working, studying, or having demonstrated self-sufficience): this ...


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As you will be staying with your relative and he will bear a part of the cost, yes, you will have to answer yes on the question: "Will anyone be paying towards the cost of your visit". You will be able to explain who and how much you expect they will spend for you on the form, either in an explanation on this question or in an other part of the form. '...


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