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|On March 29, 2019, Britain officially left Europe.
After leaving Europe, in order to protect the rights and interests of citizens in the EU, the EU has reached an agreement with the British government that the rights of EU citizens and their families will not change until December 31, 2020 when they live in the UK.
EU citizens will continue to live in the UK and enjoy the same public funds and services as before.
As for how EU citizens and their families should remain in the UK and enjoy their rights after December 31, 2020.
Recently, a new EU solution has been introduceD.Under the scheme, EU citizens residing in the UK before December 31, 2020 will be eligible to apply for British identity before June 30, 2021 after the UK leaves Europe.
Usually, obtaining residence status depends on whether the applicant meets the "continuous residence" requirement and has lived in the UK for five years.
Having lived in Britain for five years Settlement status will be obtaineD.They can continue to live and work in the UK as they are now, and continue to be eligible for resources such as public services, public funds and pensions.
Having not lived in Britain for five years Pre-resident status will be granteD.They can live and work freely in the UK, and have access to public funds and services as they are now, until they have lived for five years and continue to apply for residence status.
Living in the UK for five years means staying in the UK for at least six months each year for the past five years.
If you meet the requirement of continuous residence before 30 June 2021, you can apply on or after the date when you meet the requirement, only once.
If you are unable to meet the continuous living conditions before 30 June 2021, you must first apply for a reserved residence status and then apply for a residence status.
It should be noted that from July 1, 2021, EU citizens and their families in the UK must have or have applied for British immigration status in order to settle legally in the UK!
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