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Family Members "Piggybacking" on my EU Passport

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I have both a US and an Irish passport. My family (wife and 2 adult daughters) will be traveling with me to the UK shortly. I know I can enter the UK on my Irish passport and use the, usually shorter, EU line at Immigration.

I have been told that the rest of my family can also enter through the EU line with me even though they only have a US passport. Can anyone confirm that this is true. I don't want to have them attempt this only to find that it won't work and they have to go to the end of the non-EU line.

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