Leaving the European Union

EU: Exit means a number of changes that will affect citizens and businesses.

    EU Settlement Scheme

    URGENT

    EU Citizens who arrived in Scotland before 31 December 2020 and are staying in the UK after the 30th June 2021 you must apply for settled or pre-settled status:

    • To remain legally in the UK.
    • To be able to rent a property and access benefits in the UK.
    • To secure employment in the UK.
    • To access education and health services in the UK. 

    Please note:

    • Children who are not UK citizens must be registered, even if the were born in the UK.
    • You do not need a National Insurance number to complete your application.
    • After 30 June 2021, you may be required to prove that you have at lease submitted your application. 

    If you need free of charge help to submit your application for settled or pre-settled status, have questions about your circumstances or need additional support to find out if the scheme applies to you, or anyone in your family please contact the Citizens Rights Project:

    Contact

    Citizens Rights Project
    Text or Whatapp: 07803102173 or 07518926137 (in English or any EU language)
    Phone: 07803102173 (English and Polish) or 07518926137 (English and Spanish) 
    Email: EUSS@FEMIKS.org.uk or Info@citizensrightsproject.org (in English or any EU language)

    Find out more about the EU Settlement Scheme and how to apply:

    Support Sessions

    Citizens Rights Project team are providing free support for those applying for the  EU Settlement Scheme. Please book using the email addresses below; 

    When you come along to your appointment please bring your passport or other ID, National Insurance Number, proof of address and telephone. The information you share is confidential. Social distancing measures apply.

    Every Monday, 5-7pm
    Turning Point Scotland’s office
    45-49 Holburn Street
    AB10 6BR

    To book an appointment please email us:

    • iona_rennie@shelter.org.uk
    • vikki_moroney@shelter.org.uk
    • laura.keith@weareac.org.uk

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    Guidance

    The UK and Scottish Governments have produced advice and guidance to help individual citizens and businesses prepare for the process of leaving the EU. We have provided links to this information below:

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