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WA part 2 – Residence Rights and Procedures

The Withdrawal Agreement

Part 2: Residence Rights and Procedures

This is the second article (of a total of 6 articles) in British in Europe’s January 2020 information campaign about the Withdrawal Agreement and how it affects you as a British citizen living in an EU country.

In this article we take a look at what the Withdrawal Agreement has to say about residence rights and procedures in your host country.

The following articles will look at

  • Health care, pensions and social security;
  • Working rights, professional qualifications and family reunification;
  • What’s not covered by the WA;
  • Frequently asked questions.

The first article in the series covered what the Withdrawal Agreement is (and what it isn’t), what it does, how it’s different from the no deal legislation that your host country will have produced, and who it covers. You can read it here.

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The Withdrawal Agreement – An Explanation

The Withdrawal Agreement

What is it, what does it do and who does it cover?

This is the first article (of a total of 6 articles) in British in Europe’s January 2020 information campaign about the Withdrawal Agreement and how it affects you as a British citizen living in an EU country.

In this article we take a look at what the Withdrawal Agreement is (and what it isn’t), what it does, how it’s different from the no deal legislation that your host country will have produced, and who it covers.

The following articles will look specifically at

  • Residence rights and procedures;
  • Health care, pensions and social security;
  • Working rights, professional qualifications and family reunification;
  • What’s not covered by the WA;
  • Frequently asked questions.

If you value our independent, expert advice, please donate to our dwindling funds. 

For easy reading, click the [ ] in the bottom right to enter full screen.

You can download a pdf of  the full document HERE.

Donate today

Here at British in Europe we are proud of what we have achieved to date. We are now consulted regularly by both the EU and DExEU and have had influence on the negotiations to date.

However, in order to continue our work, we need financial support. Throughout the last 4 years we have funded much of our own travel and expenses as well as taken time away from our day jobs. We now need your help in continuing this fight. Money you donate will be used:

  1. To pay the expenses of our steering team so they can meet with the key negotiators in London and Brussels and attend events.
  2. To pay marketing expenses so we can communicate better with our supporters.

Thank you to everyone who donates. Due to high workloads we are unable to thank all donors individually but rest assured, each and every euro is appreciated and will be used to advocate on your behalf.

Go Fund Me Appeal

Your rights, your future, your donation

We have ceased to be EU citizens after three and a half years of excruciating uncertainty. Now we must ensure that we are treated fairly in every EU country as we move to a lesser status, that our rights under the Withdrawal Agreement are fully respected and that we claw back some of the rights that we are due to lose at the end of the transition period.

If successful, this crowdfunder appeal will enable British in Europe to fight for these things on behalf of all of us.

But first, we have to persuade you that we are worth your money …

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#DeniedMyVote – How to Sue

DENIED YOUR VOTE IN THE EU ELECTIONS IN THE UK? Read this legal guide on how to sue.

If you are one of the many people who was unable to vote in the UK in the EU elections (but not because of the 15 year rule) and would like to consider suing those responsible, look at this guide on how to sue. It was commissioned by British in Europe from Bindmans Solicitors and was paid for from the money raised by crowd funding to investigate possible litigation (as well as a generous helping of Bindmans’ time that was given free). Continue reading #DeniedMyVote – How to Sue

Response to BiE from Ben Macpherson

On 28 August Jeremy Morgan and Mireille Pouget of the3million met Ben Macpherson, the Scottish Government Minister for Europe, to discuss citizens’ rights for EU citizens in Scotland and Britons in Europe. The Scottish government has been open to the problems both of EU citizens living there and of Scottish (and other UK) citizens in the EU. The meeting was productive and Ben promised to follow up on several points.

Read his detailed response HERE.