BREXIT – Cum si ce ne trebuie pentru a putea sa ne stabilim in UK – part 3

Continui al 2-lea 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 2) 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. Din fericire se pare ca vor lasa disponibile aceste informatii si publicului larg din afara UK. 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 CAND sa aplicam pentru rezidenta in UK.

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When to apply

The scheme is open to some EU citizens and their family members now. It will open fully by 30 March 2019.

The deadline for applying will be 30 June 2021, or 31 December 2020 if the UK leaves the EU without a deal.

You can apply now if you’re eligible, but you’ll probably get pre-settled status rather than settled status if you do not currently have 5 years’ ‘continuous residence’.

When you’ll have 5 years’ 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

If you’ll have 5 years’ continuous residence by 30 June 2021

If you apply once you’ve got 5 years’ continuous residence (and you meet all the eligibility criteria), you’ll get settled status.

If you apply before you’ve got 5 years’ continuous residence, you’ll only get pre-settled status. You’ll then need to apply again later to get settled status if you want to stay in the UK permanently.

If you will not have 5 years’ continuous residence by 30 June 2021

You will not be eligible for settled status before the deadline for the EU Settlement Scheme. However if you meet all the eligibility criteria, you’ll get pre-settled status if you apply anytime before 30 June 2021.

You can then change your pre-settled status to settled status as soon as you have 5 years’ continuous residence.

You may get settled status before you have 5 years’ continuous residence if you had to stop working early, or start working in another EU country.

If you’re applying as a family member of an EU citizen

You’ll probably get a decision more quickly if you apply at the same time or after your family member applies.

Your family member will be given an application number when they apply. You can use this to ‘link’ your application to theirs, so that your applications are considered together.

If your family member is an Irish citizen

Your Irish family member does not need to apply.

If you’re the family member of an EU citizen who has died

You might be eligible for settled status before you’ve been living in the UK for 5 years.

Your family member must have been working or self-employed in the UK at the time of their death. You must also have been living with them just before their death and either:

  • they lived continuously in the UK for at least 2 years before their death
  • their death was the result of an accident at work or an occupational disease

If you’re overseas and a family member of an EU citizen living in the UK

If you’re not living in the UK by 31 December 2020, you’ll be able to apply to join your family member here after that date if all of the following apply:

  • your family member has either settled or pre-settled status
  • your relationship began before 31 December 2020
  • you remain a close family member, for example a spouse, civil partner, unmarried partner, a dependent child or grandchild, or a dependent parent or grandparent

If you have permanent residence or indefinite leave to remain

The process of applying to the EU Settlement Scheme is different if you have a permanent residence document or indefinite leave to remain.

If you have a valid ‘UK permanent residence document’

If you have a valid 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 (only if you’re from outside the EU)

Your document is not a permanent residence document if it has ‘registration certificate’ written on it.

If you’re from the EU, EEA or Switzerland your permanent residence document will say ‘Document Certifying Permanent Residence’.

If you’re from outside the EU, EEA or Switzerland, your passport will say ‘Permanent Residence Status’.

You can change your permanent residence document to settled status by applying to the EU Settlement Scheme. You will not have to pay or prove you have 5 years’ continuous residence.

If you have indefinite leave to remain in or enter the UK

Indefinite leave to remain (ILR) is a type 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. You could also have a ‘vignette’ (sticker) or a biometric residence permit.

You can continue to live in the UK without applying to the EU Settlement Scheme if you have indefinite leave to remain in or enter the UK. However, if you choose to apply (and meet all the other conditions), you’ll get ‘indefinite leave to remain under the EU Settlement Scheme’ – also known as settled status.

This means you should be able to spend up to 5 years in a row outside the UK without losing your settled status (instead of 2 years with the indefinite leave to remain or enter you have now).

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

You will not have to pay or prove you have 5 years’ continuous residence.

Sursa https://www.gov.uk

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