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.

UK Residence Card | EEA Family Permit Success Rate

UK Residence Documents to EEA Nationals and Family Members 2017

This relates to residence documentation such as Registration Certificates, Residence Cards, Documents Certifying Permanent Residence and Permanent Residence Cards issued during April-June 2017  to EEA Nationals and their EEA & Non-EEA Family Members. UK Residence Card for Non-EEA Family Member According to the Official Statistics, during April-June 2017, 106,115 applications were made by the EEA nationals and their EEA & Non-EEA Family Members for the…

EU Citizens Living in the UK | Position Paper

Post Brexit Government Proposal for EU Citizens Living in the UK

The British PM Theresa May revealed details of her proposals on June 26, 2017, for the rights of EU nationals hoping and intending to remain in the UK after the UK’s departure from the EU. The Policy Paper published on June 26, 2017, showed the UK’s offer regarding estimated 3.2 million EU nationals in the UK, who have faced enormous uncertainty since Britain voted to leave the EU in June 2016. The other half of the Brexit Deal would have to come from the EU negotiators on how the EU will be treating an estimated 900,000 or so British nationals who are intending to have a long-term residence in any of the EU states. The British government has always opined that its first priority is to reassure EU citizens of their future while simultaneously reaching a reciprocal deal for British nationals living in the member EU states.

Definition of British Citizenship, Permanent Residence and ILR

BREXIT Glossary Citizenship, CTA, EU Citizen, Free Movement, ILR

One may automatically qualify as a British citizen, depending on where he/she was born, when he/she was born and circumstances of the individual parents. Under EU law, permanent residence is the right to live permanently in the UK. This right can be gained by European Economic Area (EEA) and Swiss nationals and their family members. Permanent residence is automatically gained when an EEA or Swiss national has lived legally in the UK for, in most cases, five years as a ‘qualifying person’ under the Immigration (EEA) Regulations 2016. This means they have been exercising their Treaty rights, for example, through working or studying. This status is equivalent to having indefinite leave to remain under the Immigration Act 1971 (see above).

EU Citizens Rights After Brexit | Safeguarding EU Citizens in UK

BREXIT Economic Rights, Legal Status, Enforceability

Safeguarding the Position of EU Citizens Living in the UK and UK Nationals Living in the EU | British Government Policy Paper June 26, 2017, Paragraphs 55-59 of 59 Policy Paper | Economic Rights, Legal Status, and Enforceability, Further Info The paragraph 55 to 59 of the Policy Paper relates to Economic and Other Relevant Rights, Legal Status…

EU Citizens Rights in the UK After Brexit | Public Services

Safeguarding EU Citizens in UK - Public Services for EU Citizens

Policy Paper | Post-Brexit Rights of EU Citizens in the UK BREXIT EU Citizens in UK Public Services, Healthcare, Education Safeguarding the Position of EU Citizens Living in the UK and UK Nationals Living in the EU | British Government Policy Paper June 26, 2017, Paragraphs 45-54 of 59 Public Services 45) Currently EU citizens living in the…