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EU Settlement Scheme

General Details

If you’re an EU, EEA or Swiss citizen, you and your family can apply to the EU Settlement Scheme to continue living in the UK after 30 June 2021. If your application is successful, you’ll get either settled or pre-settled status. The EEA includes the EU countries and also Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway.

You may be able to stay in the UK without applying - for example, if you’re an Irish citizen or have indefinite leave to remain. Sign up for email updates about the scheme.

The EU Settlement Scheme is open. You can apply now if you meet the criteria. The deadline for applying is 30 June 2021. Which status you get may depend on when you apply.

If the UK leaves the EU without a deal

You will need to be living in the UK before it leaves the EU to apply. The deadline for applying will be 31 December 2020.

Fees

It’s free to apply to the scheme.

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Who to contact

Website
https://www.gov.uk/settled-status-eu-citizens-families

Additional contact

Additional Website
Contact UK Visas and Immigration about your application

Where to go

Area served
All Suffolk

Other details

Age Groups
Adults, Young people
Notes

If you are an EU citizen, you and your family members are able to apply to the EU Settlement Scheme to continue living in the UK. This also applies to EEA and Swiss nationals, who are all eligible to apply to the EU Settlement Scheme. The EU Settlement Scheme allows you and your family members to get the immigration status you need to continue to live, work and study here in the UK. This status means that you continue to be eligible for: public services, such as healthcare and schools, public funds and pensions and British citizenship.

Last Updated
21/10/2019

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