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Updated: Added link to news story “plans outlined to extend 'settled status' deal to citizens from Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway”.
This page will be updated with the latest information about the status of European Union (EU) citizens (see note 1) and their families in the UK.
The UK government has reached an agreement with the European Union on citizens’ rights in negotiations on the UK’s withdrawal from the EU. This will provide certainty about the future to millions of EU citizens and their families in the UK. Most importantly, it will allow you to stay here after we leave the EU on 29 March 2019, and to continue to access public funds and services.
There is no need for EU citizens living in the UK to do anything now. There will be no change to the status of EU citizens living in the UK while the UK remains in the EU. If you would like to find out the latest information you can sign up for email updates.
Note 1: We are in discussions with Norway, Iceland, Lichtenste..
Updated: Updated document on how to prepare a settlement application from Australia.
Read this document if you’re in Australia and you need to find out how to apply for a UK visa. It includes information about:
visa application centres
biometric residence permits
the priority visa service
Updated: New service for East Ayrshire.
Use this guide to find the details of local authorities in Scotland that offer a European passport return service for a registration certificate or a document certifying permanent residence application.
Updated: Added Pocklington Registration Office address under East Ridings.
Use this guide to find the details of local authorities in England that offer a European passport return service for a registration certificate or a document certifying permanent residence application.
Updated: Added the report of a Home Office fact-finding mission Albania.
Country policy and information notes (previously known as country information and guidance reports) are used by UK Visas and Immigration officials to make decisions in asylum and human rights applications.
The notes also give information on asylum seekers’ countries of origin.
Updated: Updated versions of form and guidance notes published.
Use this form to register as a British citizen if you were born in the UK on or after 1 January 1983 and lived here until you were 10 years old. You should also read the guidance notes.