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Discussion on settlement rights for citizens from Norway, Liechtenstein and Iceland

Plans have been outlined to grant UK residents from Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway similar rights post-Brexit as those from EU Member States. These developments have come as engagement between the UK and the three EEA EFTA members intensifies. Agreement was reached in December 2017 to secure the rights of EU citizens living in the UK …

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Common Travel Area arrangements confirmed for after Brexit

22 December 2017 The Government has announced that, as part of the agreement reached with the EU, the rights enjoyed by British and Irish citizens under the Common Travel Area (CTA) will be protected after the UK leaves the EU. The CTA allows for the free movement of British and Irish citizens between the UK, …

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Home Secretary gives more details on settlement for EU nationals

19 December 2017 The Home Secretary, Amber Rudd, has written to EU nationals resident in the UK to reassure them about their future in the UK after Brexit. This follows information provided recently by the Prime Minister, Theresa May, about negotiations and an agreement reached with the EU, details of which can be found here. …

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Update on EU citizens’ rights after Brexit

11 December 2017 The Prime Minister, Theresa May, has further clarified the rights of EU citizens after Brexit. Her comments follow the conclusion of the latest round of negotiations with the European Commission. The assurances the Prime Minister made included: That the rights of EU citizens will be written into UK law. That those rights …

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