World Migration Services,
20 Mark Lane, London,
- Enquiries: email@example.com
- +44 (0) 203 026 3333
- Website: http://www.worldmigrationservices.com
BREXIT is coming into effect on 30 May 2019 so it is of paramount importance that if you need to make any EEA applications then you should do it before 30 May 2019.
1. EEA Nationals
If you are an EEA national and has not applied for a Residence Permit previously then you may wish to consider applying for one prior to Brexit to preserve your current rights as an EEA national exercising Treaty Rights. This is important if you wish to continue to reside and work in the UK after Brexit.
2. Non EEA Nationals
If you are a non EEA national and married to an EEA national you can apply for a Residence Card to live and work in the UK. If you are divorced from your non-EEA spouse then you may have a continuous right to live and work in the UK under the EEA Regulations of Retained Rights.
3. Dependent Relatives of EEA Nationals
If you are a non EEA national and are a dependent relative of an EEA national, you may apply for a Residence Card to live and work in the UK. You should seek advice and assistance.
4. Permanent Residence
If you are eligible to confirm your rights for Permanent Residence in the UK, either as an EEA national or non EEA national, then it is advisable that you do it before the Brexit date.
Please contact us for further information and assistance.