The U.K. government released its proposed offer on EU citizens’ rights last week. While the proposal on EU citizens’ rights does nothing to immediately change the status of EU nationals currently living and working in the U.K., it does offer insight into the type of immigration regime and requirements the U.K. government is contemplating for EU nationals. In light of the new proposal, BAL anticipates a simpler process for EU nationals to apply for permanent residence as well as several other changes.
To better understand the changes that EEA nationals can expect from the recent proposal and which issues will require further negotiation, please read BAL’s full Brexit Bulletin here.
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