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Frequently Asked Questions

I am a European Union (EU), European Economic Area (EAA) or Swiss Citizen. How am I affected by Brexit?

You and your family will need to apply for settled status to remain living and working in the UK. Provided you started living in the UK by 31 December 2020, you will have until 30 June 2021 to apply, with your rights and status remaining the same until then.

You can apply online where you will find everything you need to know about the scheme and the application process.

Southwark can help you with your application. You can find out more on our apply to the EU Settlement Scheme page .

I am from Norway, Iceland or Liechtenstein. How am I affected?

The latest information and guidance for citizens of EEA EFTA states (Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein) can be found at the GOV.UK website.

How am I affected if I am an Irish citizen?

The Government has indicated that Irish citizens living in the UK will not need to apply for settled status to stay.

How much will it cost to apply for settled status?

It is free to apply to the scheme.

If you have already applied and you paid a fee, you will automatically be issued a refund.

I already have permanent residence. Do I automatically get settled status?

No. You will need to apply for either settled status or British Citizenship. You can find out more at the GOV.UK website.  

I have indefinite leave to enter or remain. Do I need to do anything?

You can continue to live in the UK without applying to the EU Settlement Scheme. However, you can apply for 'indefinite leave to remain under the EU Settlement Scheme' - also known as settled status.

You can find out more at the GOV.UK website.

Can I apply for British Citizenship?

There are different ways to apply for British Citizenship, depending on your circumstances.

You can find out more about applying for British Citizenship at the GOV.UK website.

What about UK nationals in the rest of the EU?

Information for UK nationals living in EU, EEA EFTA, Switzerland and Ireland, including guidance on residency and the Withdrawal Agreement can be found at the GOV.UK website. 

Disclaimer

These frequently asked questions (FAQs) are general statements to help you to understand the Brexit situation in a plain and simple way. They should not be considered as legal advice or opinions and do not cover individual situations. These FAQs are based on information available from the Government and are subject to change.

Page last updated: 23 December 2020

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