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You can download our comprehensive guide to Settled Status here.

If you do not have access to an Android phone, but you have biometric chip in your documents, you can scan them in a number of locations in Scotland. Full list on the gov.uk website here.

If the automated checks of residence for the Settled Status do not work in you case, you can provide scanned copies of some accepted documents. You can find the full list on the gov.uk website here.

Our guide, links to Free Movement website, videos and links to Home Office and Scottish Government website in one handy link – here.

This factsheet provides a brief summary of your right to work in Scotland before, during and after the Brexit transition period.

This factsheet provides a brief summary of your rights to access benefits, housing and social work support in Scotland before, during and after the Brexit transition period.

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This factsheet provides a brief summary of your rights to Education in Scotland before, during and after the Brexit transition period.

***This factsheet is being updated. We will upload it in due course.

This factsheet provides a brief summary of your right to access free healthcare from the National Health Service (NHS) in Scotland before, during and after the Brexit transition period.

***This factsheet is being updated. We will upload it in due course.

This factsheet provides a brief summary of your right to vote in elections in Scotland before, during and after the Brexit transition period.

***This factsheet is being updated. We will upload it in due course.

Latest News

Additional funding to support EU citizens and their advisers

25.09.2019
The Scottish Government has funded Citizens Rights Project with £50,000 to deliver further information events across Scotland for EU/EEA Citizens and their families, and third sector and local government workers, until March 2020. The new series of events will start this week with one outreach event in collaboration with Govan Housing Association in Glasgow and two briefing events for third sector workers in Edinburgh and Glasgow. For more information visit this link.

New report: ‘EU Settled Status: lessons from Scotland”

26.06.2019
The insights from this paper derive from the work undertaken by the Citizens Rights Project in Scotland between February 2018 and April 2019. You can read the report here.

New support for EU27 citizens in the Lothians

29.05.2019
We are happy to announce that together with Feniks Counselling, Personal Development and Support Services Ltd. we received funds to support EU27 citizens in the Lothians in applying for “settled status.”

European Parliamentary Elections

18.04.2019
Following the Brexit extension, EU Citizens in the UK could choose to vote either for a British or their home country candidate in the European Elections. More info here (archive).

Support package from the Scottish Government

05.04.2019
The Scottish Government published “a package of support” for EU citizens. You can find resources here. You can also find a letter of support from the First Minister translated into German, Polish, Spanish and French here.

Home Office published translated information about “settled status”

31.03.2019
The EU Settlement Scheme for EU citizens is now open; it means EU citizens can now apply for the “settled status.” Read Settled Status for EU Citizens and Their Families – Translations.

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