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Their reply was that "it is not a problem, since [I] have already taken advantage of freedom of movement [by coming to Austria before the end of the transition period]". This seems to imply that because I have been resident since the summer, it does not matter when the official residency certificate is granted. This is correct. You are already an ...


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1.) Is it advisable that I should not apply for citizenship for my 2 younger children and instead simply apply for a UK passport for them to assert their British citizenship? This seems to be a lot cheaper. What kind of proof will I need to provide with these applications? I would do that, but time is short, as it seems that the deadline mentioned in the ...


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A residence permit issued based on the withdrawal agreement (Aufenthaltsdokuments-GB, Artikel 50 EVU) includes an unrestricted work permit, based on the non-discrimination of existing rights to equal treatment portion of the withdrawal agreement (Article 12). So the field TYPE OF PERMIT should contain the text: ARTIKEL 50 EVU as shown in the image: This ...


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You have pre-settled status until Feb 2025. You lose your pre-settled status if you leave the UK for more than two years, so you need to return to the UK before Aug. 2021. Whether a holiday in the summer is enough to keep pre-settled status will depend on politics, but living in the UK will be much more promising. And you can’t get settled status if you left ...


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You will not get a refund if your application is refused or withdrawn. If the full fee or biometric data is not provided, then the application will be rejected as invalid. The application will not be considered and the fee will be refunded less an administration fee of £25. Other fees and the refund terms applicable are explained here https://www.gov.uk/...


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