Border rules for EU/EEA/Swiss nationals and their family members entering the UK have changed as a result of Brexit. In this post, we cover different scenarios depending on nationality, immigration status and whether you have a Certificate of Application (COA) or have applied to the EU Settlement Scheme or not.
Together with our partners from Feniks, we are coming to Scottish Borders with free EUSS support for the first time since March!
Our office in St Margaret’s House is currently closed to the public. Please, only visit if you have an appointment.
The Home Office has published new guidance on recruiting people from outside the UK from 1 January 2021.
Our Project Coordinator, Noelia Martinez gave a short interview about Citizens Rights Project for the SCVO website. You can read the interview here.
This leaflet has been written with a specific focus on non-EU citizens who have a current or former connection to an EU citizen, as a family member.
In this new post on our blog, we are taking a closer look at the latest EUSS statistics published by the Home Office focusing on the 'top 10' nationalities and Scottish local authorities based on the number of submitted applications.
I am aware, from discussions on the internet and questions at meetings, that some EU citizens have wondered whether they could travel to the UK before the end of 2020 and stay in the UK temporarily, perhaps for a very short period, with the idea of acquiring status under the Settlement Scheme as a type of ‘insurance policy’. The intention is not to live in the UK at that stage, but to be able to use that status to secure a right to reside in the UK at some future date if they wished or needed to do so.