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Hi. Did you find any answer with number 3? xxkamoe wrote: ↑Fri Feb 15, 2019 10:34 amSince Brexit means Brexit (?) it is my understanding that:
1. After March 29th, the EEA immigration route will cease to operate. This includes Family Permits, Residence Cards for Family Members and Extended Family Members, Permanent Residence, and Registration Certificates as Qualified Persons. EU citizens and their Family members will need to apply for the Settlement Scheme, for Settled or Pre-Settled status..
2. After March 29th, the Surinder Singh route will cease to operate. Family members of British citizens having exercised treaty rights in another EU country will need to use the route for Family members of a British citizen.
3. As a result of the above, after March 29th, Family members of British citizens will not be able to apply for Pre-settled status (as no Surinder Singh available through this route).
Are my understandings above correct?
Or are they correct, but the date of March 29th is not the cut-off date (e.g. will there be a grace period)?
Any insights will be very appreciated.
Thanks for the link.
Could you please point to a source for this?mkhan2525 wrote: ↑Sun Feb 17, 2019 3:27 pmMy understanding is that, if the Withdrawal agreement is passed then British Citizens can still move to EU after Brexit on 29th March and return by the end of transition period of 31st December 2020 in order for their non-EU family members to be eligible to apply under the EU settlement scheme.
(regulation 9(1) to (6) of the EEA Regulations being Surinder Singh).the applicant is in the UK lawfully by virtue of regulation 9(1) to (6) of the EEA Regulations
Again, could you please share an official link for this?If there is a no deal Brexit, the government has made clear that EU law will cease to apply from 30th March 2019. Only those family members living in the UK before that date will be eligible to apply under the scheme by 31st December 2020.
This is important. Again, where can I find this written down?It's unclear at the moment in regards to the validity of Article 10 residence cards since HO guidance says new residence cards will only be issued to non-EU family members if they don't previously have one.
This makes sense. Dependant of the outcome of the deal, then.The current residence cards will be no use to enter the EU in a no deal scenario however if there is a transiton period then Article 10 residence cards from other EU countries and the UK will still be valid for entry as all EU laws will continue to apply to the UK.
Seems like we are on the same boat here, and are relying only on personal assumptions, then. Or, again, do you any link you can share that can shed any more light into this?Perhaps HO are in the process of moving to an online system of checking migrant status at the border which will eventually phase out residence cards? If that is the case then I suspect that UK Article 10 residence cards will still be valid for entry to the UK in a no deal Brexit until 31st December 2020. After that period there is supose to be a new immigration system in place.