SECTION 6 – DETAILS OF THE EXERCISE OF TREATY RIGHTS FOR 5 YEARS To qualify for permanent residence an EEA national must have continuously exercised a Treaty right in the UK for 5 years through employment, seeking work, self-employment, study, or econom- ic self-sufficiency unless you are qualifying on the basis of a family member of an EEA national. In all cases, please complete the section below with details of the EEA national who is exercising the Treaty right. If you/your EEA national family member have been supported by the employment or funds of a family member you/they may still qualify. If you/your EEA national family member have resided in the UK for less than 5 years but have stopped working or being self-employed due to early retirement, reaching state pension age or permanent incapacity, you/they may still qualify for permanent residence The details given in this section must be supported by the documentary evidence specified in section 10. 6.1 Please tick one or more of the boxes below to show the way(s) in which you/your EEA national family member has exercised Treaty rights for the past 5 years and give relevant dates.