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Visa application - supporting documents
Your non-EU family member must include the following documents with their visa application:
a valid passport – to prove their identity and nationality
a document proving family ties with the EU citizen (e.g. marriage certificate, birth certificate etc.) and dependency (if required)
proof that the EU citizen is already living in the host country (if they are joining them)
a declaration that the couple will travel together (if the family member will be accompanying the EU citizen)
This list is exhaustive: your non-EU family members cannot be required to produce any other documents to support their application.
Arriving at the border without an entry visa
It is always best for your non-EU family members to be well-informed in advance and have all the necessary documents before starting their journey.
However, if they arrive at the border with their passport but without an entry visa, the border authorities should give them the opportunity to prove by other means that they are family members of a mobile EU citizen. They can do so by providing proof of their identity and family ties with an EU citizen and, if travelling alone, proof that the EU citizen is already living in the host country. If they manage to prove it, they should be issued with an entry visa on the spot.