Questions tagged [brexit]

This tag is used for questions regarding the departure of the UK from the EU. Note that unless the question can be answered without speculation it will be closed. It might be reopened once more information is available

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Brexit: what happens to an EU citizen signing for a UK job now?

I haven't been able to figure out what's the status of an EU citizen signing up for a UK job now, starting sometime in the future, if the company is not able to provide Visa sponsorship. In ...
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Continental EU citizen with UK company: Should I apply for any residence permit in the UK now?

I am a citizen of one of the "remaining" 27 EU countries and I run a company in the UK. Would it make sense be possible on that basis to apply for UK work and residence permit now? Right now, I am ...
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Will the EEA directives still apply in the UK after Brexit?

I am a German citizen working in the UK and I'd like my non-EEA mother (who is dependent on my financial help) to apply for the EEA family permit. But I am afraid we won't have time to do the ...
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Driving in the UK After Brexit [closed]

We are driving our spanish car to the uk this summer. We have insurance for EU wide countries but after BREXIT if we are not in the EU, we are UK NATIONALS, our insurance company wont cover us. Any ...
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Can I exchange a UK for a DE license when my UK license is not yet about to expire?

I have a UK driving license that is valid until 2027. The license indicates that I originally passed my test in The Netherlands. Normally, EU licenses are not exchanged before they expire (source). ...
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Will a child born to two bulgarian citizens in the UK after Brexit be an EU citizen?

My wife an I are bulgarian citizens, resident in the UK for a long time. We expect our second child to be born in May 2019, so possibly after Brexit. Will that child bei able to claim both the UK ...
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Theoretically elligible for settled status. Does that make newborn daughter British?

I am an Eu citizen living and working in the uK. I believe I am eligible for settled status: I was living for 6 years in the UK until 2013 exercising treaty rights. Between 2013 and 2016 I have been ...
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British national living in Germany for 28 years - what happens after Brexit? [duplicate]

I am a British national who worked for a company for 2 years in the UK before moving to Germany. After marrying and bringing up children, in 2009 I started my present job. I have had an unlimited "...
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Get Permanent Residence now, or wait until March 2019?

I'm in kind of dilemma right now and confused. So beginning of this November, 2018, I just completed my 5 years residency in the UK but my non-EEA family RC will expire in April 23rd. I'm married to ...
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UK national with Belgian wife post Brexit [duplicate]

I'm a British citizen who has moved to the US 2 years ago with my Belgian wife (we got married in the US 3 years ago). We plan to move back to the UK, but it will be a couple of years after Brexit. ...
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Moving to the UK & being self employed?

Could I, as an international, move to the UK and start working there self-employed, as a freelancer in the IT sector, for example? Or even start a company in the IT sector, with a few employees? My ...
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EU citizen's rights in the UK after Brexit (in light of the recent news)

I am an EU citizen with a non-EU spouse, currently expecting a long-term job offer from the UK. Therefore I am quite concerned about the potential effects of Brexit on us (especially my spouse). The ...
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Could we face problems when coming back to the UK after Brexit?

I'm an EEA national (French) living in the UK since 2008 and exercising treaty rights. On that basis my non-EEA wife has a "Resident card of a family member of an EEA national" (expires 2019). ...
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Brexit: EU citizen moving to UK under current laws? [duplicate]

If I understand correctly, EU citizens can move to the UK under the current laws and they will get same status after the Brexit. For how long they can move to UK under the current laws and when will ...
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Dual Citizenship and Brexit [closed]

I left Britain over 20 years ago after being homeless as a teenager. While living on the streets, I got involved in teenage criminality, was arrested and was sentenced for it. That with other harsh ...
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Does a Romanian senior citizen ( pensioner) need a special visa to permanently live in UK? [duplicate]

We are interested to know if one of our family members who is an old senior from Romania can permanently live with us in the UK. Does Brexit impose any restrictions?
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After Brexit - Partner visa for American girlfriend of an Italian living in the UK [duplicate]

My girlfriend is American, I'm Italian and I'm living in the UK. I met my girlfriend at the end of March 2015, we started living together from the 1st of July 2015. A few months ago she had to move ...
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Reasons for UK citizen to not get an Irish passport?

The United Kingdom has opted to leave the European Union, this may make travelling and visiting my holiday home abroad more difficult, or even stop me from working abroad in the future. My mother is ...
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How does an EEA national establish permanent residence in the UK?

With Brexit looming, it seems lots of EEA nationals want to apply for permanent residence and subsequently British nationality. While this has always been an option for EEA nationals, few have felt ...
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When is Brexit going to happen? [duplicate]

I am a British citizen and I would like to know when Brexit is going to happen. And when it happens, is the law going to stay the same or going to change? I'm asking this because I want to bring my ...
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Working for an English company , moving to Italy as home based. What's the best way to avoid too many taxes?

becoming an italian consultant (independent contractor) i.e. invoicing the UK company monthly in order to pay taxes in Italy only. keeping the contract in UK as employee and pay double taxes. If ...
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EU Citizens living and working in the UK, and current / pre-existing rules for permanent status?

With the UK not yet having triggered Article 50, and there being enough potential issues (legal and political) that it looks like nothing may happen before the Autumn at the earliest, most likely it'...
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Brexit - What happens to EU citizens holding EEA Registration Certificate [duplicate]

Please note this is not a duplicate question to the other one here Other similar question. Since the results are out confirming Brexit, what would happen to EU citizens currently wokring and leaving ...
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The UK has voted to leave the EU. How does this affect UK/EU (and other) citizens living/working in the UK and vice-versa?

On 23rd of June, 2016, the UK voted in a referendum to leave the EU. This leads to the following questions: Are UK citizens working in the EU affected? Are EU citizens working in the UK affected? Are ...
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Now we get the EEA family permit London now not in a European countries [duplicate]

Hi somebody tell now uk is not in a European Union anymore and I have a ticket of 30th June from Romania to London with my wife and son actually I am Indian my wife from Romania we going from the EU ...
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EEA Family permit and UK referendum [duplicate]

My wife was recently granted an EEA FP but it is valid from the 21st of June she is only able to get a flight to the UK for the 23rd. If the UK leave the EU will it be a problem for her to get a ...