BREXIT – Cum si ce ne trebuie pentru a putea sa ne stabilim in UK – part 2

Continui primul articol referitor la CE si CUM sa procedam pentru a ne putea stabili in UK, dupa implementarea BREXIT-ului in UK.

Ca si in celelalte articole despre Brexit, (aici Part 1) postez copy-paste de pe site-ul oficial GOV.UK, site ce nu poate fi accesat decat daca te afli in UK, au restrictiile lor. Postarea este in engleza, dar puteti folosi Google Translate pentru a traduce intregul articol. Fac aceasta postare cu precadere pentru romanii din tara, din Romania si nu pentru cei din UK, ce pot obtine aceste informatii la nivel local.

De data asta vom vedea CINE poate aplica pentru rezidenta in UK.

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Settled and pre-settled status for EU citizens and their families

Who should apply

If you’re an EU citizen or a family member of an EU citizen, you’ll usually need to apply if you want to stay in the UK after 30 June 2021.

This includes if you either:

You’ll not usually be eligible to apply if you’re married to a British citizen and you’re from outside the EU.

The EU Settlement Scheme will open fully by 30 March 2019. You may be able to apply now if you meet the criteria.

Who does not need to apply

You do not need to apply if:

  • you’re an Irish citizen – your family members from outside either the UK or Ireland will still need to apply
  • you have indefinite leave to enter the UK
  • you have indefinite leave to remain in the UK

You can apply if you already have indefinite leave to remain in or enter the UK, but you do not need to.

Your family members from outside either the UK or Ireland will still need to apply even if you do not need to.

Applying if you’re from outside the EU

You must be in a relationship with an EU citizen as their spouse, civil partner or unmarried partner.

You’ll need a residence card to prove your relationship if you’re unmarried.

You can also be related to an EU citizen, their spouse or civil partner as their:

  • child, grandchild or great-grandchild under 21 years old
  • dependent child over the age of 21
  • dependent parent, grandparent or great-grandparent
  • dependent relative with a residence card to prove your relationship

If you have a ‘UK permanent residence document’

You will still need to apply.

Read the guidance on what to do if you have a UK permanent residence document.

Your rights and status

The rights and status of EU citizens living in the UK will remain the same until 30 June 2021.

If you apply to the EU Settlement Scheme successfully, you’ll be able to continue living and working in the UK after 30 June 2021.

You’ll be given either:

  • settled status
  • pre-settled status

You will not be asked to choose which you’re applying for.

Settled status

You’ll usually get settled status if you’ve:

  • started living in the UK by 31 December 2020
  • lived in the UK for a continuous 5-year period (‘continuous residence’)

Five years’ continuous residence means that for 5 years in a row you’ve been in the UK for at least 6 months in any 12 month period, except for:

  • one period of up to 12 months for an important reason (for example, childbirth, serious illness, study, vocational training or an overseas work posting)
  • compulsory military service of any length

You will only need to apply to the EU Settlement Scheme once if you get settled status.

Your rights with settled status

If you have settled status you can stay in the UK as long as you like.

You can also:

  • apply for British citizenship, if you’re eligible
  • work in the UK
  • use the NHS
  • enrol in education or continue studying
  • access public funds such as benefits and pensions, if you’re eligible for them
  • travel in and out of the UK

You can also bring close family members to the UK after 31 December 2020 if both of the following apply:

  • your relationship with them began before 31 December 2020
  • you are still in the relationship when they apply to join you

If your relationship with them began after 31 December 2020, your family member will be able to come here on a family visa.

Any children born in the UK while you’re living here will automatically be British citizens.

You should be able to spend up to 5 years in a row outside the UK without losing your settled status.

How long you can live outside the UK is still subject to approval by Parliament.

Pre-settled status

If you do not have 5 years’ continuous residence, you’ll usually get ‘pre-settled status’ instead.

You can stay in the UK for a further 5 years from the date you get pre-settled status, but you must apply again and get settled status if you want to stay here for longer than that.

Changing your pre-settled status to settled status

You can apply to change your status as soon as you’ve got 5 years’ continuous residence. If you apply after April 2019, it will be free.

Your rights with pre-settled status

You can spend up to 2 years in a row outside the UK without losing your pre-settled status, but you will need to maintain your continuous residence if you want to qualify for settled status.

You will be able to:

  • work in the UK
  • use the NHS
  • enrol in education or continue studying
  • access public funds such as benefits and pensions, if you’re eligible for them
  • travel in and out of the UK

Any children born in the UK after you’ve got pre-settled status will be automatically eligible for pre-settled status. They will only be a British citizen if they qualify for it through their other parent.

Viewing and proving your status

If you successfully apply, the Home Office will email you a link to an online service that you can use to view and prove your status.

You will not get a physical document unless both of the following apply:

You can read more information about how to view and prove your status.

If you’re an EU citizen, you’ll still be able to use your passport or identity card to enter the UK once you get settled or pre-settled status.

Sursa https://www.gov.uk

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