Tag: settled status

  • EUSS Deadline

    EUSS Deadline

    Are you an EEA national? Family member of an EEA national? Living in the UK and wish to remain long term. With the EUSS deadline fast approaching, you need to read this blog post.

  • 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.

  • Brexit Deal or No Deal

    Brexit Deal or No Deal

    Brexit has led to uncertainty. For EU nationals and their family members, what will a deal or no deal mean for them? And what of the EU Settlement Scheme? Read on for more…

  • Settled Status Scheme

    Settled Status Scheme

    The UK Government has set out their latest position on the settled status scheme, as it will apply to EEA nationals and their family members. The statement rehashes much of the information provided by Prime Minister Theresa May on 26 June 2017, about the new ‘settled status’ and the Secretary…

  • EU Citizens Brexit Update

    EU Citizens Brexit Update

    On 19 December 2017, Home Secretary, Amber Rudd, issued an update to EU citizens on their status once the UK formally leaves the EU in March 2019. So how does the UK Government intend to protect EU citizens, and their families, after Brexit?

  • EU Settled Status Latest

    EU Settled Status Latest

    On 7 November 2017, the Home Office issued an update to EU nationals on the proposed EU settled status due to come into effect post Brexit.

  • Brexit, Settled Status & EU Nationals

    Brexit, Settled Status & EU Nationals

    The UK government has set out its negotiation position with the European Union (EU), on the future status of approximately 3 million EU nationals currently exercising Treaty rights in the UK. The published information provides an outline of the government’s position on a ‘new settled status’, but is very short…