Click on the link below for our post-Brexit guide for EU citizens living in the UK, covering general information about citizenship and rights that will enable them to make choices about their future.
This is the first version of a post-Brexit guide for EU citizens living in the UK covering general information about citizenship and rights that will enable them to make choices about their future.
It is not a substitute for legal advice.
At the time of publication, the UK and the EU have concluded four rounds of negotiations on post-Brexit citizens’ rights and the outcome remains uncertain.
As things stand, even in the event of an early deal on such rights, any agreement is dependent on the outcome of the overall Brexit negotiations.
As we understand from the UK’s offer, all EU citizens will be required to register for a new immigration status if they want to stay in the UK after Brexit.This is not examined in this guide.There might be further clarity in the coming months and an updated version of this guide will be published to re ect any changes and/or agreement reached.
While the UK remains a member of the European Union, EU citizens and their family members will continue to enjoy all of their rights stemming from EU legislation, including the right to remain in the UK; to work; to access healthcare and other public services; to vote in local and regional elections and to equal treatment.
In this guide, we look at different steps EU citizens may want to take pending a conclusion of the overall Brexit negotiations.