Apply under EU Settlement Scheme to Live and Work Permanently in the UK.
If you are an EU, EEA or Swiss citizen who has already arrived in the UK before 31 December 2020 before the BREXIT transition period ends, and if you wish to live permanently in the UK, you can apply under the EU Settlement Scheme. If you have not arrived in the UK before end of 2020, with the intention to live permanently, you will need to apply under Skilled Worker Route or Student Route or other eligible visa route under the new points-based immigration system of the UK in the same way as applicable to non-EEA migrants.
If your application under EU Settlement Scheme is successful, you will be granted settled status or a pre-settled status in the UK.
Your family members can also apply under the EU Settlement Scheme if they wish to continue living in the UK after 30 June 2021.
If you are a family member of an eligible person of Northern Ireland, you can also apply under this scheme.
What is EU Settlement Scheme?
The transition period after the BREXIT will end on 31 December 2020 during which free movement continues, however after that the EU, EEA and Swiss citizens will be treated in the same manner as non-EEA migrants. The UK government has therefore announced the EU Settlement Scheme under which EU, EEA and Swiss citizens can apply before 30 June 2021 to continue living in the UK.
Who can Apply under EU Settlement Scheme?
EU Settlement Scheme is an opportunity for EU, EEA and Swiss citizens and they family members to continue living and working in the UK even after 30 June 2021.
What are the Benefits of EU Settlement Scheme?
The main benefits for the EU and EEA citizens are the ability to continue living and working or even doing business in the UK after the transition period ends.
How can non-EEA Family Members of EU, EEA and Swiss Citizens continue to live in the UK?
What is Settled and Pre-settled Status under EU Settlement Scheme?
What happens if you want to come and live in the UK after BREXIT transition period ends?
You can also apply if you're the family member of an eligible person of Northern Ireland.