Asa cum am mentionat si in primul articol, aceste informatii nu sunt disponibile decat pe sitel guvernamental GOV.UK, site ce nu poate fi accesat decat daca sunteti in UK sau cu ajutorul unui VPN 🙂 (nu dau detalii)
Voi posta copy-paste informatii utile de pe acest site, dar o voi face in engleza, altfel ar fi prea mult de tradus. Oricum, daca sunteti cu adevarat interesati, veti putea traduce acest articol foarte usor folosing GOOGLE TRANSLATE aici.
Ca sa intelegeti ce am postat, am simulat un test prin care sunt intrebat daca vreau sa raman in UK si ce documente am in prezent. Cum multi romani nu au inca aplicatii facute sau green card-ul emis de UK, simularea a fost facuta ca pentru incepatori.
The UK government has reached an agreement with the EU that will protect the rights of EU citizens and their family members living in the UK. It has also reached an agreement with Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein, and a separate agreement with Switzerland.
These agreements mean that most citizens from the EU, Norway, Iceland, Liechtenstein and Switzerland will need to apply to stay in the UK. They can then continue living their lives here as they do now.
Use this tool to find out what to do and when.
Are you planning to continue living in the UK after 31 December 2020?Yes
Are you a British or Irish citizen?No
Are you a citizen of another EU or EEA country, or Switzerland?Yes
Do you have a valid ‘permanent residence document’ from the UK government?
If you have a UK permanent residence document, you’ll have one of the following:
- a certificate inside your blue ‘residence documentation’ booklet (or pink if you’re a Swiss national)
- a certificate inside your passport
- a biometric residence card confirming permanent residence
You will not have a permanent residence document unless you applied to the UK Home Office for it. You will usually only be able to apply for it when you’ve lived in the UK for 5 years.No
Do you have valid ‘indefinite leave to remain’ or ‘indefinite leave to enter’ status from the UK government?
EU, EEA and Swiss citizens do not automatically have indefinite leave to remain in or enter the UK.
Indefinite leave to remain and indefinite leave to enter are types of immigration status you’ll usually have applied for. You’ll usually have a stamp in your passport or a letter from the Home Office.
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You’ll need to apply by 30 June 2021 to continue living in the UK
You’ll be able to continue living in the UK if you successfully apply:
- to the EU Settlement Scheme
- for British citizenship
Apply to the EU Settlement Scheme
You’ll be able to apply to the EU Settlement Scheme to stay in the UK. You’ll get settled or pre-settled status if you’re successful.
The scheme will open fully by 30 March 2019.
Apply for British citizenship
You can apply for British citizenship if you’re eligible for it after you’ve got settled status under the EU Settlement Scheme.
If you want to apply for citizenship before then, you’ll need a permanent residence document.
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