If you were granted pre-settled status, also known as limited leave to remain, after applying to the EU Settlement Scheme, you will need to apply for settled status (indefinite leave to remain) before your pre-settled expires.
Providing information, advice and support for EU citizens in Scotland
Citizens Rights Project have produced information sheets explaining, in simple terms, a number of essential rights for EU migrants and how they can be accessed. They offer easy-to-understand guidance in different languages and provide further resources for support.
Nearly 90% of the participants who have completed a survey organised by the Citizens Rights Project have said that they would like to have a physical proof of their pre-settled or settled status to reside in the UK. At the moment, EU citizens who have the right to stay in the UK can only prove that with a digital profile.
We are delighted to announced that our project is one of the 13 organisations to receive funding through the Windrush Community Fund.
This activity report describes the activities the Citizens Rights Project have carried out over the period since June 2020.
A new report asking important questions to the UK & Scottish Governments following Brexit.
In this new resource we have gathered common questions about the EU Settlement Scheme, based on queries from our followers, supporters and clients.
The UK left the European Union on 31 January 2020. Free movement between the UK and the European Union ended...