As you may know, I’m Portuguese, and my partner is Polish. We have two boys, both born in the UK. It’s a bit confusing whether or not we will be allowed to remain in the UK after the Brexit, so as an EU citizen, I’m always looking for information about what the rules for immigrants will be after the Brexit.
If You’re an EU Citizen, I’ve Got Some Big News For You
I just received an email from GOV.UK with information regarding what’s going to happen in less than six months with all the EU citizens living in the UK.
Apparently, the Home Office developed a new scheme which will allow EU citizens and their family members to get a immigration status in order to remain in the UK permanently.
This scheme will open in March 2019 and you, as an EU citizen, will have to apply by 30 June 2021 if you want to stay in the UK.
For now stay alert for more news or head to the GOV.UK website for more information.
If you found this information useful, please share it with your EU citizen friends.
They’ll thank you, and, so do I.
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