UK permanent residence is an immigration status granted to a person without the Right of Abode
The EEA Family Permit is usually granted to family members of EEA nationals who are nationals of countries outside the European Economic Area (EEA)
An EEA residence card is issued to the family members of EEA nationals who exercise their treaty rights
Regulation 8 defines extended family members as
Indefinite Leave to Remain (Settlement) is the first goal of all immigrants
Once the applicant has settled status i.e. Indefinite leave to remain under the immigration rules or permanent residence under the EEA regulations
An EEA Registration certificate is a document confirming that EEA nationals have the right to reside and work in the UK.
This visa category is sought after by nationals of foreign countries who intend to come to the United Kingdom for a short period.