Category: EU Citizens in UK

According to estimates, there are more than 3.8 million EU Citizens in UK. Perhaps Polish citizens are the single largest group with a population of one million living in the UK. Furthermore, the estimated number of Romanian and Irish nationals living in the UK is 411,000 and 350,000, respectively. Therefore, after the end of the free movement, there are glaring questions about the settled status of EU Citizens in the UK.

Status of EU Citizens in UK what you need to know?

EU Citizens in UK - Brexit Immigration Solicitors

Accordingly, the posts in this category highlight issues pertaining to EU Citizens in UK:

  • future after Brexit
  • after no deal Brexit
  • rights after Brexit
  • policy paper
  • registration
  • settled status
  • cut off date

EU Citizens UK Indefinite Leave to Remain

Perhaps the discussion will be helpful to EU citizens in UK for 10 years and less than five years. Especially for those EU nationals, who are intending to apply indefinite leave to remain in the UK.

EEA Family Permit Visa UK

Moreover, the category discusses EEA family permit requirements for non-EU citizens in the UK. Accordingly, provides information to EEA nationals and non-EEA family members relating to EEA Family Permit:

  • regulations
  • supporting documents
  • refusal reasons
  • refusal appeal
  • success rate
  • UK residence card
  • right to work

Finally, for case processing contact specialist Brexit Immigration Solicitors London.

EEA National Registration Certificate & Permanent Residence Card

This relates to EEA national registration certificate and non-EEA family member residence card in the UK. And also issuance of the document certifying a right of permanent residence to an EEA national and permanent residence card in the UK. Moreover, the post provides the details of immigration statistics from 2004-17 relating to EEA registration certificates,…

EU Citizens Rights after Brexit: Theresa May Speech 26 June 2017

The British PM Theresa May’s agenda-setting speech in the House of Commons on June 26, 2017, reveals what ending freedom of movement means to more than three (3) million Europeans living in the UK. In her speech to the House of Commons on June 26, 2017, the British PM Theresa May sets out policy paper that states three (3) million EU citizens resident…

Safeguarding EU Citizens’ Position Living in the UK: Policy Paper

This relates to the British Government’s Policy Paper on June 26, 2017, on safeguarding EU citizens rights in the UK and UK nationals living in the EU. Safeguarding the Rights of EU Citizens: Summary Proposals Safeguarding the Position of EU Citizens Living in the UK and UK Nationals Living in the EU | British Government Policy…

Brexit Implications for EU Citizens Working in the UK

This relates to the implications of Brexit on European Citizens working in the UK. Apparently, the British Prime Minister Theresa May will trigger Article 50 on March 29, 2017, which paves the way for Britain to initiate the formal two (2) year exit process from the European Union. Perhaps, the British exit from the EU is a pretty complicated process. Therefore,…

EEA Family Permit Requirements for Non-EEA Family Members

This post explains the EEA Permit Requirements for Non-EEA Family Members in the light of Guidance on EEA Family Permit: EUN02. EEA Family Permit Requirements for Non-EEA Family Members Purpose of EEA Family Permit A European Economic Area (EEA) Family Permit is an immigration document that helps the holder to enter the UK as a family member of…