Tag: EU Settlement Scheme

  • Changes to EU Settlement Scheme and what it means for you

    Changes to EU Settlement Scheme and what it means for you

    What is the EU Settlement Scheme? The EU Settlement Scheme (EUSS) was introduced by the Home Office in 2019 in response to the United Kingdom’s (UK) withdrawal from the European Union (Brexit). The scheme processes the registration of EU nationals, associated nationals and their family members who had a pre-existing…

  • No deal exit

    No deal exit

    On 20 and 21 August 2019, there were several news reports, apparently citing the new Home Secretary’s (Priti Patel) desire to end freedom of movement, for EEA nationals and their family members, on 31 October 2019, if the UK’s departure from the EU result in a no-deal exit.

  • EUSS Family Permit Applications

    EUSS Family Permit Applications

    A non-EEA family member may apply for an EUSS family permit to enter the UK. This is similar to the EEA family permit. Here, we give an outlines of the difference between the EUSS family permit and EEA family permit, process and documents.

  • EU Settlement Scheme Application

    EU Settlement Scheme Application

    The EU Settlement Scheme application enables qualifying nationals to continue their residence in the United Kingdom (UK), after the UK left the European Union (EU) (also known as ‘Brexit’) and the transitional period. Since the Scheme was officially opened, we have received a huge number of questions about EU Settlement…

  • EU Settlement Scheme Guide

    EU Settlement Scheme Guide

    The UK Government has provided a EU Settlement Scheme guide for European Economic Area (EEA) nationals and their family members. Below, is the Government’s latest position about the Scheme, and a guide on the testing phase and process.