In the UK, the directive is transposed into the Immigration (European Economic Area) Regulations 2006 amended by SI 2009/1117 and amended by SI 2011/1247. The implementation is reasonably complete and accurate although non-EEA family members require an entrance clearance (called "EEA Family Permit) to enter the UK even if they are in possession of a 5-year residence card of another EEA member state, in breach of the Directive.["original research?]["not in citation given]["not in citation given]["not in citation given] The UK law recognises same-sex relationships, and it also has a clause for unmarried/unregistered partners. Applications are currently £65:00 + £19.20 for submitting biometric information and an additional £65 per dependant.
Since 6 April 2015 the UK applies this directive in full accordance with the European Law for Non-EU/EEA/Swiss citizen family members. Entering the UK as the holder of an Article 10 residence card