Cei care sunt eligibili pentru Schema de stabilire a cetățenilor UE pot solicita în continuare statutul de stabilit sau pre-stabilit chiar și după termenul limită de 30 iunie 2021. Cererile cu întârziere sunt însă la discreția Ministerului de Interne (Home Office). Aceasta înseamnă că solicitanții trebuie să explice și să dovedească de ce nu au putut solicita statutul înainte de termenul limită. Asistentul de caz al Ministerului de Interne va evalua apoi dacă solicitantul se încadrează într-una dintre categoriile de motive rezonabile pentru a face o cerere cu întârziere, și va decide dacă acceptă sau nu această cerere.
From 1st July 2021 UK employers face changes in right to work checks for EEA nationals. Until 30th June 2021, EEA nationals could prove their right to work by presenting a valid ID document but now, new employees must provide proof that they have been granted (or at least applied for) status under the EU Settlement Scheme. Without a valid confirmation of the right to work, employers cannot sign new staff. If they do, they can face a penalty up to £20,000 for employing undocumented workers.
Pe 6 mai 2021, Scoția va organiza alegerile pentru Parlamentul scoțian. Pot vota cetățenii altor țări care locuiesc în Scoția, care au permisiunea de a intra sau de a rămâne în Marea Britanie sau care nu au nevoie de permisiune. Termenul limită pentru înregistrarea la vot este 19 aprilie 2021. Termenul limită de înregistrare pentru votul prin poștă este 6 aprilie 2021.
On 25 February 2021, The Home Office published the latest quarterly information on applications received and cases concluded to the EUSS for local authorities and regions from 28 August 2018 to 31 December 2020. We have decided to have a closer look at the figures for local authorities in Scotland and nationalities that submitted the most applications in each of those local authorities.
We have launched an appeal to raise funds to assist the most vulnerable clients with the costs of their travel, paying for new ID documents, or even taking a passport photo. There are only few hardship funds available in Scotland and our clients are often not eligible to apply for either of them and rely on private discretionary donations.
The Citizens’ Rights Project is expanding its services for European citizens by providing a multilingual rights service, in Spanish and Polish, for EU citizens in Edinburgh during the pandemic.
If you are an EU/EEA/Swiss national, or their family member, living in the UK and have concerns about how the rules on criminality issues affect you, we advise to read this article, seek professional help and apply as soon as possible for pre-settled or settled status.
My name is Helen. I am a linguist, and in my leisure time, I volunteer as an OISC registered EUSS advisor for the Citizens’ Rights Project. I support fellow EU citizens who live in the Central Belt and Trossachs to apply to the EU Settlement Scheme.
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.
The Citizens Rights Project has organised a further free webinar about the EU Settlement Scheme aimed at professionals working with vulnerable EU citizens in local authorities and third sector organisations, in collaboration with their partner Drummond Miller LLP.