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21 June 2022

EU Settlement Scheme

If you have a family member from the EU, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway or Switzerland.

You might also be eligible for the EU Settlement Scheme Family Permit if you are the family member of someone who is living in the UK with settled or pre-settled status under the EU Settlement Scheme who is from the EU, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway or Switzerland.

You can choose which scheme you apply for. You must be outside of the UK to apply for an EU Settlement Scheme Family Permit.

If you chose to apply under the EU Settlement Scheme as close family member of a relevant EEA citizen’ to join him in the UK, you can contact us for support.

The UK government has developed new routes for Ukrainians

1) Ukraine Family Scheme

Who can apply?

The Ukraine Family Scheme allows applicants to join family members or extend their stay in the UK. To be eligible under this Scheme you must:

  • be applying to join or accompany your UK-based family member;
  • be Ukrainian or the immediate family member of a Ukrainian national who is applying to the scheme;
  • and have been residing in Ukraine on or immediately before 1 January 2022 (including those who have now left Ukraine) you might be eligible to apply to the UK Family Scheme.

 

How to apply?

You must apply online for the Ukraine Family Scheme if you are outside the UK. The application is free of charge. 

If you hold a valid Ukrainian international passport or an expired Ukrainian international passport with a formal extension stamp issued by the Ukrainian government you will need to complete an application online, but you do not need to attend an appointment at a visa application centre (VAC) to give your biometric information.

If you do not have a valid Ukrainian international passport, you can still apply online, but you will have to attend an appointment at a visa application centre.

If you have them, you should also provide any documents that show:

  • your relationship to your UK-based family member
  • you were residing in Ukraine on or immediately before 1 January 2022

After the application

Once your application has been processed you will receive:

  • an official permission letter from UK Visas & Immigration (UKVI) confirming that you can travel to the UK, if you applied with a valid Ukrainian international passport;

The permission letter will allow you to board a plane or other form of transport to the UK. You have to bring the letter with you and show it to the Border Force officer, who will endorse your passport with a 6-month entry stamp.

  • a visa (if you attended a VAC to give your biometrics)

Once you are in the UK

The 6-month entry stamp is evidence of your right to work, study and claim benefits in the UK.

You will need to submit your biometrics within 6 months of arriving in the UK to extend your stay for up to 3 years and be issued with a biometric residence permit (BRP) as evidence of your immigration status.

You have to apply online to complete your Ukraine Scheme Status in the UK.

You can find all the information in Ukrainian, Russian and Polish here.

2) The Ukrainian sponsorship scheme (Homes for Ukraine)

About Homes for Ukraine

Ukrainian citizens residing in Ukraine on or immediately before 1 January 2022 or the immediate family member of a Ukrainian national who is applying to the scheme  can come to the UK even if they don’t qualify for the Family Scheme, as long as they can find someone who provide them an accomodation for at least six months. 

If you are Ukrainian searching for a room you can contact these charity who might help you:

Rooms for Refugees

Reset Communities and Refugees

If you want to offer a home to people fleeing Ukraine, you can become a ‘sponsor’ as part of the Homes for Ukraine scheme. 

Who can record their interest?

Anyone in the UK with a spare room or home can use this service, as long as:

  • you can offer accommodation for at least 6 months
  • if you’re not a British citizen, you have leave to remain in the UK for at least 6 months

How to record your interest?

You have to record your interest both as an individual or an organisation. You have to follow the instruction here.

Once you have record your interest, The Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities (DLUHC) will contact you.

You can find all the information in the sponsor guidance.

3) The Ukrainian extension scheme (opens 4 May 2022)

About the Ukrainian extension scheme

Ukrainians already in the UK with a visa will be able to extend their stay by extending their visa or switching to another immigration route, where eligible, even if their visa does not normally allow them to do so. 

To can apply under the Ukrainian extension scheme you must:

  • be a Ukrainian national or their dependent partner or child in the UK;
  • be in the UK;
  • have had a permission to be in the UK on 18 March 2022 or your last permission ended after 1 January 2022.

Unfortunately, we are not able to provide legal advice and support under the Ukraine Schemes, but we can refer you to other Organisations who can help you:

How to

How you and your family members can apply to the EU Settlement Scheme

How to access, manage, and update your Settled or Pre-Settled status

How to easily navigate life after Brexit in the UK

Your rights

Your rights as an EU citizen voting in the 2021 election cycle

Your rights with Settled or Pre-Settled status under the EU Settlement Scheme

Your rights as a temporary worker in the UK with a Seasonal Worker Visa (Tier 5)

Making an application

Right to reside in the UK after Brexit: the EU Settlement Scheme (‘EUSS’)

To be eligible to apply for the EU Settlement scheme, the EEA national must reside in the UK by 31 December 2020. The deadline to apply was 30 June 2021.

There is possibility to submit late EU Settlement Scheme application. Please contact us if you think you may be eligible to apply.

If eligible, the Home Office will grant Settled Status (Indefinite Leave to Remain) or Pre – Settled Status (Limited Leave to Remain for 5 years).

People granted Pre – Settled Status must apply for Settled Status after 5 years of continuous residency in the UK. (Settled Status will not be granted automatically).

EEA national and their family members with Settled or Pre – Settled Status will have the following rights, if status is granted:

Right to reside and live in the UK
Permission to work
claim benefits
access free health care from the National Health Service
enroll into education
receive a support from the local authority
can travel in and out UK providing you have valid travel document.
Permission to enroll and study in the UK

Please note that if you study at an educational institution, you should pay the same fees as local students and if you leave the UK, you shall be allowed to re-enter.

People with Pre – Settled Status trying to claim welfare benefits and social assistance are subjects to right to reside and habitual residence test.

People granted Settled Status may be able to make application for British citizenship. The process is called naturalization. Naturalization is a subject to further conditions which are not stated here. You shall seek further immigration advice in this respect.

For more information about British Citizenship See link below;
https://www.gov.uk/british-citizenship

What is the deadline to apply? (updated)

The deadline for most people to apply to the EU Settlement Scheme was 30 June 2021.

You can still apply if you have a good reason for why you did not apply by the deadline.

However the general deadline does not apply to everyone. Specific categories have their own deadlines:

Close family members joining a resident EEA citizen in the UK will have 90 days from their arrival to make an application for status under the EUSS;

Children born or adopted in the UK will have 90 days from when they were born or adopted;

A person exempt from immigration control can apply at any time. Once they stop being exempt, they will have 90 days from the date on which they cease to be exempt;

People here with limited leave to enter or remain in the UK (for example, work or study visa) which expires after 30 June 2021, must apply before the leave expires;

Family members of a British citizen who they lived with in the EU, Switzerland, Norway, Iceland or Liechtenstein by 30 December 2020, and returned to the UK with, the deadline was 29 March 2022, but late application are still possible if supported by a good reason.

Family members (from outside the EU, Switzerland, Norway, Iceland or Liechtenstein) of an eligible person of Northern Ireland, who could not move back to the UK by 31 December 2020 without them will have 90 days from their arrival to apply.

Family member of EU/EEA/Swiss nationals (new)

If you are a close family member of a citizen of EU, EEA or Switzerland, who started residing in the UK by 31 December 2020, your relationship with them started before 31 December 2020 and still exists, you can apply under the EU Settlement Scheme to join them in the UK.

Who can apply as a family member under the EUSS?

The categories of family member of a relevant EEA citizen who can apply are:

  • spouse
  • civil partner
  • durable partner (explained below)
  • child, grandchild or great-grandchild (including of the spouse or civil partner) under 21 years old or over 21 years old if dependent (explained below)
  • dependent parent, grandparent or great-grandparent (including of the spouse or civil partner)
  • dependent relative (including, in some cases, of the spouse or civil partner)

How to apply?

If you are EU EEA or Switzerland, you can apply to the EU Settlement Scheme using the Home Office’s “EU Exit: ID Document Check” app, using a valid passport or identity card with a biometric chip.

If you are not EU EEA or Switzerland, you must hold a relevant UK document to apply to the EU Settlement Scheme, for example a residence card, a permanent residence card or a derivative residence card.

If you do not have any UK document, you need to apply for an EU Settlement Scheme Family Permit to come to the UK. Once you are in the UK, you can apply for the EU Settlement Scheme within 3 months.

The EU Settlement Scheme Family Permit explained

A family permit makes it easier to travel with your family member to the UK or to join them there.

It allowes you come to the UK for up to 6 months. You can work and study, and come and go as many times as you want before the permit expires.

You must apply outside from the UK.

“Durable partner” explained

If you’re an unmarried partner, you’ll need to provide evidence that you were in your long-term relationship by 31 December 2020. You’ll also need to provide evidence that you’re still in the relationship when you apply.

According to the HO Guidance, the easiest way to prove a “durable relationship” with the relevant EEA citizen (or qualifying British citizen or relevant sponsor) is having lived together in a relationship akin to a marriage or civil partnership for at least 2 years. But this is a rule of thumb, not a requirement. Therefore, instead of the cohabitation, you can provide other significant evidence of the durable relationship.

“Dependency” explained

The concept of “dependency” includes all cases where the applicant is in need of financial or other material support (i.e. medical support) from the relevant EEA  citizen (or qualifying British citizen or relevant sponsor) or of the spouse or civil partner.

The dependency must be demonstrated by relevant financial, medical or other documentary evidence, such us bank statements or money transfers (financial dependence) or a letter from a hospital consultant (serious health grounds).

Who can apply under the EU Settlement Scheme?

🟢 EU nationals, nationals of Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Switzerland and their family members (of any nationality) should apply for Settled or Pre-settled status.

🟢 Children must apply. Each child must have their own application.

🟢 You must apply if you have a Permanent Residence document.

🟢 You must apply if you have a Biometric Residence Permit or Card.

🟡 If you hold Indefinite leave to remain, you do not have to apply under the EU Settlement Scheme, but you may wish to exchange the indefinite leave to enter or remain for the settled status, in order to benefit from the more generous absence allowance. Indefinite leave to enter or remain only allows you to spend up to 2 years in a row outside the UK, whereas the settled status allows up to 5 years.   

🟡 Irish nationals or dual Irish nationals do not have to apply, as they will continue to enjoy a right of residence which is not dependent on EU legislation. However, they may apply if they wish to do so, or if their family members want to apply under the EUSS. 

❌ Dual British nationals cannot apply under the Scheme, as they will already have a right to reside in the UK because of their British nationality.

❌ If you are exempt from immigration control (e.g. because you are a foreign diplomat or a member of consular staff), you will not be able to apply.

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What are the criteria for applying?

The Government has set out the basis on which EEA nationals and their family members will be able to obtain settled and pre-settled status in the Immigration Rules Appendix EU.

Settled Status

EU nationals and their family members will be eligible for Settled Status if:

🔵 They started to reside in the UK before 31 December 2020;

🔵 They have been living in the UK for 5 continuous years by the time of the application;

🔵 At the date of the application, they have not been absent from the UK for more than 5 consecutive years;

🔵 They have not been subject to an exclusion or removal or deportation order;

🔵 They pass the criminal record check; 

Watch “Can I apply to the EU Settlement Scheme if I have a criminal record?” for more information on criminal convictions.

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Pre-settled Status

EU nationals and their family members will be eligible for Pre-settled Status if:

🔵 They started to reside in the UK before 31 December 2020;

🔵 They have been living in the UK for less than 5 years;

🔵  At the date of the application, they have not been absent from the UK for 6 months or more;

🔵 They have not been subject to an exclusion or removal or deportation order;

🔵 They pass the criminal record check; 

Watch “Can I apply to the EU Settlement Scheme if I have a criminal record?” for more information on criminal convictions.

The Pre-settled status entitles the EEA nationals and their family members to reside in the UK for up to 5 years from the date it is acquired. Anyone with pre-settled status will be able to apply for settled status once they reach 5 years of continuous residence. You must apply to Settled Status before your Pre-settled status expires, as this is not automatic.

Pre-settled status expires if you are absent from the UK for 2 consecutive years, but if you break your continuous residence you won’t be able to apply for Settled status when your pre-settled status expires.

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Continuous residence

Why does continuous residence matter?

In order to qualify for Settled Status, you must have lived in the UK continuously for 5 years, meaning that you were resident in the UK before 31 December 2020 and, during this 5-year time, have not been absent from the UK for more than 6 months in total (in a single period of absence or more than one) in any given 12-month period. This includes where you have previously been granted Pre-settled Status. 

If you hold Pre-settled status and break your continuous residence, you may not be able to apply to Settled Status. 

The Pre-settled status entitles the EEA nationals and their family members to reside in the UK for up to 5 years from the date it is acquired. Anyone with pre-settled status will be able to apply for settled status once they reach 5 years of continuous residence. You must apply to Settled Status before your Pre-settled status expires, as this is not automatic.

However, the EUSS allows for one single absence up to 12 months for an important reason, including serious illness and study.

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Absences

A single absence from the UK of more than 6 months but not more than 12 months.

A single absence or absences of more than 6 months but not more than 12 months in total in any 5-year continuous qualifying period will interrupt that continuous qualifying period unless there was an important reason for the absence:

  • a single period of absence of more than 6 months but which does not exceed 12 months is permitted, where this is for an important reason, such as pregnancy, childbirth, serious illness, study, vocational training or an overseas posting; 
  • compulsory military service of any length;
  • time you spent abroad as a Crown servant, or as the family member of a Crown servant;
  • time you spent abroad in the armed forces, or as the family member of someone in the armed forces.

Evidence to support an absence as a result of pregnancy, childbirth or serious illness might take the form of a letter or other records from a qualified medical professional.

Absences are calculated over a 12-month period starting from the first month you were absent. If you are unsure about the count, ask for advice.

You’re only permitted a single absence exceeding 6 months (but not exceeding 12 months) for an important reason in your 5-year continuous qualifying period. More than one such absence, or an absence from the UK of more than 12 months will always interrupt your continuous qualifying period regardless of the reason for it.

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Absences due to COVID-19

 

The following text is taken from the “Coronavirus (COVID-19): EU Settlement Scheme – guidance for applicants” (updated on 10/06/2021) 

Read the full guidance.

Other than the ones set out above, restrictions due to Covid-19 pandemic can be considered as an  “important reasons” for your absences.

An ‘important reason’ also includes (but is not limited to) where you can show you were:

  • ill with coronavirus
  • in quarantine, self-isolating or shielding in accordance with local public health guidance on coronavirus
  • caring for a family member affected by coronavirus
  • prevented from returning earlier to the UK due to travel disruption caused by coronavirus
  • advised by your university that, due to coronavirus, your course was moved to remote learning and you were advised or allowed to return to your home country to study remotely
  • advised by your university or employer not to return to the UK, and to continue studying or working remotely from your home country
  • absent from the UK for another reason relating to coronavirus, for example, you left or remained outside the UK because there were fewer coronavirus restrictions elsewhere; you preferred to work or run a business from home overseas; or you would have been unemployed in the UK and preferred to rely on support from family or friends overseas

This means you can rely on any coronavirus related reason (including where you chose to leave or remain outside the UK because of the pandemic) as being an ‘important reason’ permitting an absence of up to 12 months. In these circumstances, you will not have broken your continuous qualifying period of residence.

Absences exceeding 12 months

Where, after an absence of 12 months for an ‘important reason’, coronavirus meant you were prevented from, or advised against, returning to the UK within 12 months, you will be treated as not having broken your continuous qualifying period of residence.

The period of absence exceeding 12 months will not be counted towards your continuous qualifying period of residence under the EU Settlement Scheme. Your continuous qualifying period will be paused from the point your absence reached 12 months and will resume from the point you return to the UK.

Where you hold pre-settled status, and this is due to expire before you can complete the continuous qualifying period of residence required for you to be eligible for settled status, you will be able to apply for a further grant of pre-settled status.

You have already been absent from the UK for up to 12 months for an ‘important reason’ and now need to be so for a second time, and one of those absences is because of coronavirus.

Under Appendix EU, you can only have a single period of absence of up to 12 months for an ‘important reason’. Where you have a second period of absence exceeding 6 months in any 12-month period for an ‘important reason’, you have exceeded the absence permitted under Appendix EU. However, you can still apply to the EUSS where you can evidence that one of those periods of absence of up to 12 months is because of coronavirus. This means you can rely on any coronavirus related reason (including where you chose to leave or remain outside the UK because of the pandemic) as the basis for requiring a second period of absence of up to 12 months for an ‘important reason’. In these circumstances, you will be treated as not having broken your continuous qualifying period of residence.

Either period of absence may exceed the 12-month maximum for a period of absence for an ‘important reason’ permitted by Appendix EU because coronavirus meant you were prevented from, or advised against, returning to the UK earlier, as set out above. In these circumstances, that excess absence will not be counted towards your continuous qualifying period of residence under the EU Settlement Scheme, as set out above.

Up to the first 6 months of the second period of absence will be counted towards your continuous qualifying period of residence under the EU Settlement Scheme, where the period counted means you have not been absent for more than 6 months in any 12-month period. Your continuous qualifying period will be paused from that point and will resume from the point you return to the UK.

Where you hold pre-settled status, and this is due to expire before you can complete the continuous qualifying period of residence required for you to be eligible for settled status, you will be able to apply for a further grant of pre-settled status.

You should provide evidence to support the fact that your absence was due to an important reason. Examples of acceptable evidence include (but are not limited to):

  • used travel tickets confirming the dates you left the UK and returned
  • confirmation of flight cancellations detailing the dates and times
  • doctor’s letter confirming you contracted coronavirus
  • doctor’s letter confirming you were identified as vulnerable and advised to shield
  • email or letter confirming you, or a person you were living with, received a positive coronavirus test result
  • official letter confirming you were in coronavirus quarantine
  • doctor’s letter confirming your family member, who you have been caring for, contracted coronavirus or was identified as vulnerable and advised to shield
  • email or letter confirming your family member, who you have been caring for, received a positive coronavirus test result
  • letter from a university advising you that, due to coronavirus, your course was moved to remote learning and you were advised or allowed to return to your home country to study remotely
  • letter from a university or employer advising you not to return to the UK, and to continue studying or working remotely from your home country, due to coronavirus
  • letter or other evidence from you accounting for your absence for another reason relating to coronavirus, for example, you left or remained outside the UK because there were fewer coronavirus restrictions elsewhere; you preferred to work or run a business from home overseas; or you would have been unemployed in the UK and preferred to rely on support from family or friends overseas.

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Historic residence

You may be eligible for Settled status if you have lived in the UK for a continuous 5-year period in the past and have not left the UK for more than 5 years in a row since then.

Application process

If you are an EU national, or the national of Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Switzerland, or a family member of such a national, you are residing in the UK, and you believe you meet the criteria for applying under the EU Settlement Scheme, you can submit an application online. The application is free.

Every applicant will need:

  1. An email address;
  2. A phone number;
  3. Proof of identity (i.e. a valid passport or national identity card);
  4. Proof of residence in the UK;
  5. If relevant, proof of relationship to a family member.

The application is split into two steps – (1) proving your identity and (2) completing your application details.

1. Proving your identity 

🟢 You need a biometric (electronic) document;

🟢 Download the ‘EU Exit: ID Document Check’ application. on Android or iOS.

🟢 You will need to use an Android 6.0 device or above, or iPhone 7 or above to be able to download and use the App.

⚠️  If you do not have a compatible phone, it is advisable to borrow it from a friend, family member or colleague. Otherwise, you will have to send your identity document to the Home Office by post or attend an ID document scanner location (see below).

 

Once you start your application, you will be asked to provide your email address and phone number and complete the following steps:

(A) take a photograph of the passport page with your details and photograph in it;

(B) place the device over the closed passport in order for it to read the chip embedded in the passport;

(C) scan your face;

and (D) take a photograph of your face.

The app guides you through each step and confirms when the process is complete, at which stage you will proceed with the second step – completing your application details.

If you are unable to scan your ID documents

Non-biometric or paper documents. You need to post your documents to the Home Office, if you are unable to scan your ID documents, because, for example, you are applying with a paper identity card.

In this case, you have to make sure that:

  • You have made a copy/picture of them;
  • You don’t need them in the short period to travel;
  • You post them with recorded delivery;
  • You include an addressed return envelope;
  • Send the documents to the right address;
  • Write your application number on the envelope.

Biometric passports.  If you have a biometric passport but you are unable to use the App, you can use a scanning location service. The list of locations offering ID document scanning is provided on the following website.

However, some of them may be closed due to Covid and some fee may be payable.

Completing the application details

This step can be done on any device – computer, laptop, mobile phone or tablet.

You can continue on your device after the identity check, or continue via this page by clicking on “continue your application” and login with your passport number, date of birth and using the phone number/email address used for your application here.

If you are non-EEA citizen and you don’t have a biometric document, or you entered the UK with a EUSS Family Permit or EEA Family permit, you will have to start your application online from this page: https://www.gov.uk/settled-status-eu-citizens-families/applying-for-settled-status and enter the details of your electronic passport/ID Card. 

Steps:

🟣 You will be asked to confirm your current address in the UK and your national insurance number. These details will be used by the Home Office to verify that you are resident in the UK and whether you have been resident for more than 5 years.

🟣 You will be asked to provide the details of your permanent residence document or indefinite leave to remain, if applicable. 

🟣 You will then be asked to complete a criminal convictions declaration. 

🟣 The Home Office will carry out automated checks with the HMRC and DWP (based on your address and national insurance number, if you have one) which may provide all the necessary evidence that you have resided in the UK for 5 continuous years.

If these checks do not produce sufficient evidence (e.g. because you were not employed and would therefore not have paid any taxes to HMRC), you will be asked during the application process to provide additional evidence to prove your residence.

🟣 Once you complete all the details and confirm that the information you have supplied is correct, you will see a screen that: 

(A) confirms that “you will be considered for settled status” – if you agree with this preliminary decision, you can click on ‘Submit Application’ and your application will be complete;  

or (B) you will be asked if you have resided for less than 5 years or more than 5 years in the UK. Depending on your answer, you will have to provide evidence of your residence in the UK. 

🟣 Once you upload all the relevant evidence, you can click on ‘Finish and submit’ and your application will be complete.

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Evidence of residence

Pre-settled status (less than 5 years in the UK)

If you are applying for Pre-settled status, you will be asked to prove one day of residence in the 6 months preceding the application.

All the documents you submit as evidence of your residence in the UK for the purpose of Pre-settled Status must be dated by 31 December 2020 and have your name on them.

You can upload a piece of evidence that covers short periods of time. These documents count as evidence for one month if they have a single date on them.

Non-exhaustive list of accepted document:

  • bank statement showing payments received or spending in the UK
  • payslip for a UK-based job
  • water, gas or electricity bill showing a UK address
  • landline or mobile telephone, TV or internet bill showing a UK address
  • domestic bill, such as for home repairs, vet’s services or insurance, and evidence of payment
  • card or letter from your GP, hospital or other healthcare professional confirming appointments you have made or attended
  • letter from a government department, public service or charity that show you dealt with them on a particular date or for a particular period (for example Job Centre Plus or Citizens Advice)
  • passport stamp confirming entry at the UK border
  • used travel ticket confirming you entered the UK from another country
  • invoice for work you have done in the UK and evidence of payment

Settled Status (more than 5 years in the UK)

If you are applying for Settled status, you will only have to demonstrate that you did not leave the UK for more than 6 months during the 5 years’ residence, but will not be required to provide evidence of your activity during that 5-year period.

All the documents you submit as evidence of your residence in the UK must be dated and have your name on them.

While you can also use pieces of evidence mentioned above, you may want to consider uploading documents that cover a longer period of time.

Non-exhaustive list of accepted document:

  • annual bank statement or account summary, showing at least 6 months of payments received or spending in the UK
  • employer letter confirming employment and evidence that the employer is genuine, for example, their Companies House number
  • council tax bill
  • letter or certificate from your school, college, university or other accredited educational or training organisation showing the dates you enrolled, attended and completed your course
  • invoice for fees from your school, college, university or other accredited educational or training organisation and evidence of payment
  • document showing a UK address from a student finance body in England, Wales, Scotland or Northern Ireland or from the Student Loans Company
  • residential mortgage statement or rental agreement and evidence of payment
  • letter from a registered care home confirming your residence there
  • employer pension contributions
  • annual business account of a self-employed person
  • a P60 for a 12-month period 
  • a P45 showing the length of your previous employment

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Applying with an expired document

In some cases, you can apply with an expired ID Card or Passport.

If you are applying with an expired document, you will not be able to use the App. 

Some countries have extended the validity of expired documents. In this case, you can apply online (but not via the App)

*Any document = passport and ID card
*Any card = ID card only

 

Bulgaria Any document which has expired (or is due to expire) between 13 March 2020 – 31 July 2021 is to be accepted as valid until 31 July 2021
Croatia Any document expiring on or after 13 March 2020 is to be treated as having no expiry date. This rule will apply until 30 days after the official proclamation of the end of the COVID-19 pandemic in Croatia
Hungary

Any document expiring between 11 March 2020 – 3 July 2020 is to be treated as valid indefinitely 

Any document expiring on or after 4 November 2020 is to be treated as valid indefinitely

Italy Any document expiring from 31 January 2020 is to be treated as valid for proving the holder’s identity until 30 April 2021. However, it cannot be used as a travel document.

 

Portugal Any document expiring after 26 February 2020 is to be accepted as valid until 31 December 2021. Any expired document is to be accepted as valid after 31 December 2021 where the holder can prove that they have an appointment to renew the document
Romania Any document expiring on or after 1 March 2020 is to be accepted as valid until 90 days following the end of the state of alert in Romania
Slovakia

Any identity card expiring between 9 April 2020 – 30 April 2020 is to be accepted as valid until one month following the official termination of the state of crisis situation by the Government of the Slovak Republic 

Any identity card expiring between 1 May 2020 – 31 May 2020 is to be accepted as valid until 2 months following the official termination of the state of crisis situation by the Government of the Slovak Republic 

Any identity card expiring between 1 June 2020 – 30 June 2020 is to be accepted as valid until 3 months following the official termination of the state of crisis situation by the Government of the Slovak Republic 

Any card expiring on or after 1 July 2020 until the official termination of the state of crisis situation by the Government of the Slovak Republic is to be accepted as valid until 4 months following the official termination of the state of crisis situation by the Government of the Slovak Republic

Spain Any card expiring between 14 March 2020 – 13 March 2021 is to be accepted as valid until 13 March 2021

In all other cases, you need to request a paper application form by contacting the the EU Settlement Resolution Centre.

You may be able to use alternative evidence of identity and nationality, if you are unable to obtain or produce a passport or national identity card due to circumstances beyond your control, or due to compelling practical or compassionate reasons, arising, in either case, from the impact of coronavirus (e.g. inability to travel to, or the closure of, an embassy or consulate).

You’ll need to provide alternative evidence of your identity and nationality or entitlement to apply from outside the UK. These can include:

  • a document previously issued by the Home Office
  • an expired passport or national identity card
  • an official document issued by the authorities of your country of origin or of the UK which confirms your identity and nationality

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Late applications

Physical or mental capacity and/or care or support needs can be considered as reasonable grounds for an applicant to make a late application to the scheme or for an appropriate third party to apply to the scheme on their behalf. 

This may include many adults with physical or mental capacity issues, but will also include adults with broader care or support needs, such as those who may be residing in a residential care home, or receiving care and support services in their own home, with long-term physical or mental health needs or a disability. 

Evidence to provide in support of lack of mental capacity/reasonable grounds for late applications: 

  • evidence that a formal arrangement, such as a Power of Attorney, is or was in place in respect of the person 
  • a letter from a doctor, health professional, social services department or solicitor confirming the circumstances 
  • a letter from the applicant themselves explaining the circumstances and authorising an appropriate third party to act on their behalf 
  • evidence of a carer relationship where an appropriate third party is providing for the person’s care needs, for example a Department for Work and Pensions letter confirming the eligibility of the third party for Carer’s Allowance

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Can I apply to the EU Settlement Scheme if I have a criminal record? (Videos)

Which rights do I have while waiting for the decision?

If you have applied to the EU Settlement Scheme before the deadline, but your application is still being decided, your existing rights to work, to rent, to study, to access benefits and health services, etc. are protected pending the outcome of the application (and any appeal).

If you have applied after the deadline with reasonable grounds, and you are granted status, you will enjoy the same rights from the time you are granted status as someone who applied before the deadline. 

In August, the Government announced temporary protection for more applicants to the EUSS, meaning that those who apply late to the EU Settlement Scheme, and joining family members, will also have rights protected while their application is determined.

This means that pending the outcome of your application (either on-time or late), you still have the rights to work, to rent, to study, to access benefits and health services. 

 

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How do I prove that I have submitted a valid application?

You can prove that you have submitted an application to the EUSS and you are waiting for a decision with your Certificate of Application (‘COA’)

Remember that your existing rights are protected until the application is decided.  Rights are also protected where the outcome of any appeal against a decision to refuse status is pending.

Anyone awaiting the outcome of their application to the EUSS can evidence their rights with their COA which is issued via email or post, after a valid application is received.

A COA is also accessible to view online, through the view and prove your immigration status service.

If you are waiting for your COA, the email acknowledging receipt of your application explains how prospective employers and landlords can request information about your right to work and rent from the Employer Checking Service and the Landlord Checking Service.

 

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Managing your status

Step-by-step video explainers

We have developed two explainer videos, taking you through the steps required to access your status, proving your status and updating your details.

How to access your Settled or Pre-Settled status 

A step-by-step video on how to access your Settled or Pre-Settled Status.

Watch in your language

How to prove your status and update your details

A step-by-step video on how to prove your status and update your details.

Watch in your language

EU Settlement Scheme (EUSS): Aftercare guide 

We have developed a guide to help you access and prove your Settled or Pre-settled status. You may find it useful to go through this guide with a confident computer or smartphone user. A family member or friend can help navigate you through the process.

This resource covers:

  • how to acces your online status
  • how to check your status
  • how to prove your status
  • how to update your details

Providing evidence guide 

In the course of your EU Settlement Scheme online application, you may be asked to upload additional evidence of your residence in the UK, identity, or family relationship, if you are applying as a family member. This guide covers the process of uploading evidence.

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Life after Brexit

Reporting hate online toolkit

We have come together with the community-driven human rights campaign Stop Funding Hate, to develop resources for EU citizens when it comes to understanding and reporting hate online.

Reporting hate online guide

An educational resource detailing the different kinds of hate speech, how Stop Funding Hate tactics work, and what you can do take further action.

Reporting hate online steps

A step-by-step guide on how to report hate online in the format of an easy to share Twitter graphic.

#LifeAfterBrexit fact sheet

The Home Office set up the EU Settlement Scheme as a result of the UK’s decision to leave the EU and as part of the Government’s Hostile Environment Policy.

This fact sheet aims to support you and your organisation, should you not be aware of the EU Settlement Scheme and the potential challenges for EU citizens and the communities they live in. 

This resource covers:

  • the challenges in applying to the EU Settlement Scheme
  • what will it mean for communities
  • what will it mean for the voluntary and community sector

 

How we can help during COVID-19

With COVID-19 concerns about health risks, housing, job and financial insecurity are currently a priority for many EU citizens and their families.

COVID-19 and government guidelines on social distancing is yet another challenge for those who need to apply to the EU Settlement Scheme, but there is help available!

Voting rights

Each slide acts as a stand alone infographic explaining a different aspect of the election cycle and your rights as an EU voter.

Slides are specifically designed for sharing on Facebook and Instagram.

Please note: the contribution window has now closed, but you are still able to view and share the guide.

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A video walk through on how to use the guide. Recorded as part of the EU Citizens Politics Festival programme of events.

London Mayoral Debate

On 30 March 2021, we hosted the first mayoral debate in London ahead of the UK elections. Watch Polish Londoners ask questions to representatives and candidates from all major political parties. This event was hosted in partnership with Polish Migrants Organise for Change (POMOC) and Polonia Express.

Speakers

  • Catherine West MP, Shadow Minister for Europe and the Americas, Labour Party

  • Adrian Hyyryläinen-Trett, London Assembly Candidate, Liberal-Democrats Party

  • Harini Iyengar, Lead London Assembly Candidate, Women’s Equality Party

  • Louise Calland, London Assembly Candidate for Merton and Wandsworth, Conservative Party

  • Marijn van de Geer, London Assembly Candidate for Ealing and Hillingdon, Green Party

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Know your rights

Find out what your rights are, once you’ve been granted Settled or Pre-Settled status. Information is available in 10 community languages below.

About the EU Settlement Scheme

The Home Office set up the EU Settlement Scheme as a result of the UK’s decision to leave the EU and end free movement.

The Scheme is for EEA, EU and Swiss citizens (and their family members of any nationality) to apply in order to receive a new immigration status that protects their rights to continue to live in the UK.

Please complete the request form below if your organisation would like some “Know your rights” cards to give to beneficiaries.

There will be no charge for the cards and postage. You can also download and print your own cards at home.

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Know your rights:
Settled status (or Indefinite Leave to Remain)

You are eligible to apply for settled status if you: 

  • Started living in the UK by 31 December 2020
  • Have lived in the UK continuously for 5 years*

*Continuous residence means that you have not been absent from the UK for more than 6 months in a period of 12 months, for 5 consecutive years. Exceptions apply.

You will be able to: 

  • Work in the UK
  • Access the NHS
  • Enrol in education or continue studying
  • Travel in and out of the UK
  • Access public funds such as benefits and pensions
  • Stay in the UK as long as you like
  • Bring your family to live in the UK 

EU citizens with settled status have the same rights as they did before Brexit.

If you have settled status, you can spend up to 5 years in a row outside the UK without losing your status.

If you are a Swiss citizen, you and your family members can spend up to 4 years in a row outside the UK without losing your status.

You will be asked to prove your status using a ‘share code’ when accessing the NHS, applying for a job, renting a property, and applying for welfare benefits and/or social assistance.

Link: official Home Office website where you can view and prove your immigration status 

Watch: video on how to prove your status with a ‘share code’

Know your rights:
Pre-settled status (or Limited Leave to Remain)

You are eligible to apply for pre-settled status if you: 

  • Started living in the UK by 31 December 2020
  • Have lived in the UK for less than 5 years

With pre-settled status you will be able to: 

  • Work in the UK
  • Access the NHS
  • Enrol in education or continue studying
  • Travel in and out of the UK
  • Have limited access to public funds (subject to change)
  • Bring certain family members to live in the UK (subject to change)

You should apply for settled status once you have lived in the UK for up to 5 years continuously.

With pre-settled status, you will need the ‘right to reside’ to access welfare and benefits from the state. You do not automatically have the ‘right to reside’ if you have pre-settled status. You do this by proving you have a job or are self-employed, you have savings you can use, or you are a student.

You will be asked to prove your status using a ‘share code’ when accessing the NHS, applying for a job, renting a property, and applying for welfare benefits and/or social assistance.

Link: official Home Office website where you can view and prove your immigration status 

Watch: video on how to prove your status with a ‘share code’

For more help please contact:

 

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Njihni të drejtat tuaja:
Statusi i qendrimit (ose leja e qendrimit të përhershëm)

Ju keni të drejtë të aplikoni për statusin e përhershëm të qendrimit nëse:

  • Keni filluar të jetoni në Mbretërinë e Bashkuar (MB) nga 31 Dhjetor 2020
  • Keni jetuar në Mbretërinë e Bashkuar vazhdimisht për 5 vjet *

* Qëndrimi i vazhdueshëm do të thotë që ju nuk keni munguar në MB për më shumë se 6 muaj në një periudhë prej 12 muajsh, për 5 vjet rresht. Ka përjashtime.

Ju do të jeni në gjendje të:

  • Punoni në Mbretërinë e Bashkuar
  • Perdorni sherbimet e NHS
  • Regjistroheni në arsim ose vazhdoni studimet
  • Udhëtoni brenda dhe jashtë MB
  • Qasje në fondet publike siç janë ndihmat sociale dhe pensionet
  • Qëndroni në Mbretërinë e Bashkuar për sa kohë që dëshironi
  • Sillni familjen tuaj për të jetuar në Mbretërinë e Bashkuar

Shtetasit e BE-së me status të përhershëm të qendrimit kanë të njëjtat të drejta si ato para Brexit.

Nëse keni status të përhershëm të qendrimit, ju mund të kaloni deri në 5 vjet me radhë jashtë MB-së pa humbur statusin tuaj.

Nëse jeni një shtetas zviceran, ju dhe anëtarët e familjes suaj mund të kaloni deri në 4 vjet me radhë jashtë Mbretërisë së Bashkuar pa humbur statusin tuaj.

Do t’ju kërkohet të vertëtoni statusin tuaj duke përdorur një “kod” kur përdorni NHS, kur aplikoni për një punë, kur merrni me qira një pronë dhe kur aplikoni për përfitime të ndihmës sociale dhe / ose asistence sociale.

Linku: faqja zyrtare e Ministrisë së Brendshme ku mund të shihni dhe të vërtetoni statusin tuaj të emigrimit.

Shiko: video se si të vërtetoni statusin tuaj me një ‘kod’

Njihni të drejtat tuaja:
Statusi i qendrimit të përkohshëm (ose leja e qendrimit të përkohshëm)

Ju keni të drejtë të aplikoni për status të qendrimit të përkohshëm nëse:

  • Filloni të jetoni në Mbretërinë e Bashkuar nga 31 Dhjetor 2020
  • Keni jetuar në MB për më pak se 5 vjet

Me statusin e përkohshëm të qendrimit ju do të mund të:

  • Punoni në Mbretërinë e Bashkuar
  • Përdorëni NHS-në
  • Regjistrohuni për edukim ose të vazhdoni studimet
  • Udhëtoni brenda dhe jashtë MB
  • Qasje të kufizuar në fondet publike (mund të ndryshojë)
  • Sillni disa anëtarë të familjes për të jetuar në Mbretërinë e Bashkuar (mund të ndryshojë)

Ju duhet të aplikoni për statusin e përhershëm të qendrimit pasi të keni jetuar në MB për deri në 5 vjet vazhdimisht.

Me statusin e përkohshëm të qendrimit do të ju duhet ‘e drejta për të banua’ për të marr ndihma sociale dhe për mirëqenie. Ju nuk do të keni automatikisht ‘të drejtën për të banuar’ nëse keni status të përkoshëm të qendrimit. Ju duhet të bëni këtë duke vërtetur se keni një vend pune ose jeni i vetëpunësuar, keni kursime që mund të përdorni, ose jeni student.

Do të ju kërkohet të vërtetoni statusin tuaj duke përdorur një “kod” kur të përdoreni NHS, kur aplikoni për punë, kur merrni me qira një pronë dhe kur aplikoni për ndihma sociale ose asistence sociale.  

Linku: faqja zyrtare e Ministrisë së Brendshme ku mund të shihni dhe të vërtetoni statusin tuaj të emigrimit.

Shiko: video se si të vërtetoni statusin tuaj me një ‘kod’

Për më shumë ndihmë ju lutem kontaktoni:

 

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Вашите права:
Уседнал статут / Settled status (или Indefinite Leave to Remain)

Може да кандидаствате за уседнал статут, ако сте:

  • Започнали да живеете във Великобритания преди 31 декември 2020г.
  • Живели във Великобритания 5 последователни години*

*Това означава да не сте били извън Великобритания за повече от 6 месеца в период от 12 месеца, за 5 последователни години. Прилагат се изключения.

С уседнал статут имате правото да:

  • Работите във Велкобритания
  • Ползвате здравеопазване
  • Започнете или продължите Вашето образование
  • Напускате Вликобритания
  • Имате достъп до публични средства като помощи и пенсии
  • Останете във Великобритания колкото пожелаете
  • Доведете семейството Ви да живее във Великобритания

Европейски граждани с уседнал статут имат същите права, които са имали преди Брекзит.

Ако имате уседнал статут, може да прекарате до 5 последователни години извън Великобритания без да губите статута си.

Ако сте гражданин на Швейцария, Вие и Вашето семейство може да прекарате до 4 последователни години извън Вликобритания без да губите статута си.

За достъп до здравеопазване, при кандидастване за работа, помощи или при наемане на жилище, ще е нужно да докажете своя статут с код за споделяне.

Линк към официалната страница на Home Office, където може да прегледате и докажете своя имиграционен статут.

Линк към видео, което показва как да доказвате Вашият имиграционен статут с код за споделяне.

Вашите права:
Временен уседнал статут / Pre-settled status (или Limited Leave to Remain)

Може да кандидаствате за временен уседнал статут, ако сте:

  • Започнали да живеете във Великобритания преди 31 декември 2020г.
  • Живели във Великобритания за по-малко от 5 години

С временен уседнал статут имате правото да:

  • Работите във Велкобритания
  • Ползвате здравеопазване
  • Започнете или продължите Вашето образование
  • Напускате Вликобритания
  • Имате ограничен достъп до публични средства (подлежи на промяна)
  • Доведете определени членове на семейстовто Ви да живеят във Великобритания (подлежи на промяна)

Трябва да кандидатствате за уседнал статут, след като сте живели във Великобритания 5 последователни години.

Ще се нуждаете от право на пребиваване, за да имате достъп до публични средства като помощи и пенсии. Право на пребиваване не се получава автоматично с придобиване на временен уседнал статут. За да получите право на пребиваване трябва да имате работа или да сте самоосигуряващ се, да имате спестявания, или да сте студент.

За достъп до здравеопазване, при кандидастване за работа, помощи или при наемане на жилище, ще е нужно да докажете своя статут с код за споделяне.

Линк към официалната страница на Home Office, където може да прегледате и докажете своя имиграционен статут.

Линк към видео, което показва как да доказвате вашият имиграционен статут с код за споделяне.

За повече информация, моля свържете се с:

 

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Statut de résident permanent ou «Settled status»

Vous pouvez demander le «Settled status» si:

  • Vous avez commencé à vivre au Royaume-Uni au plus tard le 31 décembre 2020
  • Vous avez vécu au Royaume-Uni pendant une période continue de 5 ans*

*«Résidence continue» signifie que vous n’êtes pas absent du Royaume-Uni pendant plus de 6 mois au total sur une période de 12 mois. Certaines exceptions s’appliquent.

Avec le «Settled status», vous aurez les mêmes droits qu’un citoyen britannique.

Vous aurez le droit de:

  • Travailler au Royaume-Uni
  • Accéder au système de la santé publique (“NHS”)
  • S’inscrire aux études ou poursuivre ses études
  • Voyager au Royaume-Uni et à l’étranger
  • Accéder au régime de protection sociale (tel que retraite et allocations)
  • Rester au Royaume-Uni autant que vous le souhaitez
  • Droit au regroupement familial

Les citoyens de l’UE ayant le «Settled status» ont les mêmes droits qu’avant Brexit.

Si vous avez le «Settled status», vous pouvez passer jusqu’à 5 ans de suite hors du Royaume-Uni sans perdre votre statut. 

Si vous êtes citoyen suisse, vous et les membres de votre famille pouvez passer jusqu’à 4 ans de suite hors du Royaume-Uni sans perdre votre statut. 

Il vous sera demandé de prouver votre statut en partageant un code («share-code»), lorsque vous accédez au NHS, postulez à un emploi, louez une propriété et/ou accédez aux services de protection et aide sociales («benefits»).

Lien: site officiel du Ministère de l’Intérieur («Home Office») où vous pouvez consulter et prouver votre statut.

À regarder: vidéo montrant comment prouver votre statut à l’aide d’un «share-code».

Connaissez vos droits:
Statut provisoire de résident ou «Pre-settled status»

Vous pouvez demander le «Pre-settled status» si :

  • Vous avez commencé à vivre au Royaume-Uni au plus tard le 31 décembre 2020
  • Vous avez vécu au Royaume-Uni depuis moins de 5 ans

Vous aurez le droit de:  

  • Travailler au Royaume-Uni
  • Accéder au système de la santé publique («NHS»)
  • S’inscrire aux études ou poursuivre ses études
  • Voyager au Royaume-Uni et à l’étranger
  • Vous aurez un accès limité à au régime de protection sociale (sujet à changement)
  • Seulement certains membres de votre famille pourront vous rejoindre pour vivre au Royaume-Uni (sujet à changement)

Après avoir vécu au Royaume-Uni pendant une période continue de 5 ans, vous devez demander le « Settled Status ».

Avec le «Pre-settled status», vous devez obtenir le droit de séjour au Royaume-Uni («right to reside») afin d’avoir accès au régime de protection sociale. Le droit de séjour n’est pas obtenu automatiquement avec le «Pre-settled status», mais il vous faut prouver que vous avez un emploi ou que vous êtes travailleur indépendant, que vous disposez d’économies suffisantes ou que vous êtes étudiant(e).  

Il vous sera demandé de prouver votre statut en partageant un code («share-code») lorsque vous accédez au NHS, postulez à un emploi, louez une propriété et/ou accédez aux services de protection et aide sociales («benefits»).

Lien: site officiel du Ministère de l’Intérieur («Home Office») où vous pouvez consulter et prouver votre statut.

À regarder: vidéo montrant comment prouver votre statut à l’aide d’un «share-code».

Pour plus d’aide, veuillez contacter les organisations suivantes:

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Conosci i tuoi diritti:
Permesso di soggiorno permanente o “Settled Status”

Potete richiedere il “Settled Status” se:

  • Avete iniziato a vivere nel Regno Unito entro e non oltre il 31 dicembre 2020
  • Avete vissuto nel Regno Unito per 5 anni in modo continuativo*

*“Residenza continua” significa che, per 5 anni consecutivi, non siete stati assenti dal Regno Unito per più di sei mesi ogni periodo di 12 mesi. Si applicano alcune eccezioni.

Con il “Settled Status”, avrete gli stessi diritti di cui gode un cittadino del Regno Unito.

Avrete il diritto di:

  • Lavorare nel Regno Unito
  • Accedere al servizio sanitario nazionale (“NHS”)
  • Accedere all’istruzione e/o continuare a studiare
  • Viaggiare dentro e fuori il Regno Unito
  • Accedere ai servizi di previdenza e assistenza sociale (“benefits”) e alla pensione
  • Restare nel Regno Unito finché volete
  • Diritto al ricongiungimento famigliare

I cittadini dell’UE aventi il “Settled status” hanno gli stessi diritti che avevano prima della Brexit.

Se avete il “Settled status”, potete trascorrere fino a 5 anni di fila al di fuori del Regno Unito senza perdere il vostro status.

Se siete cittadini svizzeri, voi e i vostri famigliari potrete trascorrere fino a 4 anni di fila al di fuori del Regno Unito senza perdere il vostro status.

Vi sarà chiesto di dimostrare il vostro status condividendo un codice (“share-code”) quando accederete al servizio sanitario nazionale, farete domanda di lavoro, affitterete una proprietà e/o accederete ai servizi di previdenza e assistenza sociale (“benefits”).

Link: sito ufficiale del Ministero dell’Interno (“Home Office”) dove è possibile visualizzare e provare il proprio status.

Guarda: video che mostra come provare il proprio status con uno “share-code”

Conosci i tuoi diritti:
Permesso di soggiorno temporaneo o “Pre-settled Status”

Potete richiedere ilPre-Settled Status” se:

  • Avete iniziato a vivere nel Regno Unito entro e non oltre il 31 dicembre 2020
  • Avete vissuto nel Regno Unito per meno di 5 anni

Avrete il diritto di:

  • Lavorare nel Regno Unito
  • Accedere al servizio sanitario nazionale (“NHS”)
  • Accedere all’istruzione e/o continuare a studiare
  • Viaggiare dentro e fuori il Regno Unito
  • Avrete accesso limitato ai servizi di previdenza e assistenza sociale (“benefits”) (soggetto a modifiche)
  • Potrete portare alcuni membri della famiglia a vivere nel Regno Unito (soggetto a modifiche)

Con il “Pre-settled Status”, avrete bisogno del diritto di soggiorno (“right to reside”) in Regno Unito per poter accedere ai servizi di previdenza e assistenza sociale. Infatti, il diritto di soggiorno non si ottiene automaticamente con il “Pre-settled Status”, ma lo si ottiene dimostrando di avere un lavoro o di essere libero/a professionista, di avere dei risparmi disponibili o di essere uno/a studente/essa.

Vi sarà chiesto di dimostrare il vostro status condividendo un codice (“share-code”) quando accederete al servizio sanitario nazionale, farete domanda di lavoro, affitterete una proprietà e/o accederete ai servizi di previdenza e assistenza sociale (“benefits”).

Link: sito ufficiale del Ministero dell’Interno (“Home Office”) dove è possibile visualizzare e provare il proprio status.

Guarda: video che mostra come provare il proprio status con uno “share-code”

Per ulteriori informazioni e supporto potete contattare le seguenti organizzazioni:

 

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Status osoby osiedlonej (lub pobyt na czas nieokreślony)

Możesz starać się o uzyskanie statusu osoby osiedlonej jeśli:

  • zaczęłaś/zacząłeś mieszkać w Wielkiej Brytanii przed 31 grudnia 2020 roku
  • mieszkałaś/mieszkałeś w Wielkiej Brytanii nieprzerwanie przez ostatnie pięć lat*

*Nieprzerwany pobyt oznacza, że nie opuszczałaś/łeś Wielkiej Brytanii na dłużej niż 6 miesięcy przez okres 12 miesięcy w każdym roku w ciągu ostatnich 5 lat. Obowiązują wyjątki.

Będziesz mieć prawo do:

  • pracy w Wielkiej Brytanii
  • dostępu do systemu służby zdrowia
  • podjęcia edukacji lub kontynuowania jej
  • podróżowania do i z Wielkiej Brytanii
  • dostępu do środków publicznych, takich jak świadczenia socjalne i emerytury
  • pozostania w Wielkiej Brytanii tak długo jak chcesz
  • sprowadzenia swojej rodziny do Wielkiej Brytanii.

Obywatele UE posiadający status osoby osiedlonej mają takie same prawa jak przed Brexitem.

Jeśli posiadasz status osoby osiedlonej możesz spędzić pięć lat nieprzerwanie żyjąc poza Wielką Brytanią nie tracąc przy tym swojego statusu.

Jeśli jesteś obywatelem Szwajcarii, ty oraz członkowie twojej rodziny mogą spędzić do 4 lat z rzędu poza granicami Wielkiej Brytanii, nie tracąc przy tym swojego statusu.

Zostaniesz poproszona/poproszony o potwierdzenie swojego statusu osoby osiedlonej za pomocą „kodu weryfikacyjnego” (share code), kiedy będziesz chciała/chciał skorzystać ze służby zdrowia, starać się o pracę, wynająć mieszkanie lub ubiegać się o świadczenia socjalne i/lub pomoc socjalną.  

Link: oficjalna strona Home Office, gdzie możesz sprawdzić i potwierdzić swój status immigracyjny.

Oglądaj: film o tym, jak potwierdzić swój status za pomocą “kodu weryfikacyjnego” (tak zwanego share code).

Poznaj swoje prawa:
Tymczasowy status osoby osiedlonej (lub pobyt na czas określony)

Masz prawo do ubiegania się o tymczasowy status osoby osiedlonej, jeśli: 

  • zaczęłaś/zacząłeś mieszkać w Wielkiej Brytanii przed 31 grudnia 2020 roku
  • mieszkasz w Wielkiej Brytanii krócej niż 5 lat.

Jako posiadaczka/posiadacz tymczasowego statusu osoby osiedlonej będziesz mogła/mógł: 

  • pracować w Wielkiej Brytanii
  • korzystać z systemu służby zdrowia
  • podjąć lub kontynuować edukację
  • podróżować do i z Wielkiej Brytanii
  • mieć ograniczony dostęp do środków publicznych (może ulec zmianie)
  • sprowadzić niektórych członków rodziny w celu ich osiedlenia w Wielkiej Brytanii (może ulec zmianie)

Powinnaś/powinieneś ubiegać się o status osoby osiedlonej, jeśli mieszkasz w Wielkiej Brytanii nieprzerwanie przez okres do 5 lat.

Jako posiadaczka/posiadacz tymczasowego statusu osoby osiedlonej będziesz potrzebować “prawa do pobytu”, aby uzyskać dostęp do świadczeń lub pomocy socjalnej. Prawo pobytu przysługuje ci, jeśli masz pracę lub jesteś osobą samozatrudnioną, posiadasz oszczędności, z których możesz korzystać lub jeśli jesteś studentem.

Zostaniesz poproszona/poproszony o potwierdzenie swojego statusu za pomocą „kodu weryfikacyjnego” (share code), kiedy będziesz chciała/chciał skorzystać ze służby zdrowia, starać się o pracę, wynająć mieszkanie lub ubiegać się o świadczenia i/lub pomoc socjalną.  

Link: oficjalna strona Home Office, gdzie możesz sprawdzić i potwierdzić swój status immigracyjny.

Oglądaj: film o tym, jak potwierdzić swój status za pomocą “kodu weryfikacyjnego” (tak zwanego share code).

Aby uzyskać więcej pomocy, prosimy o kontakt:

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Zhanen tumaro chachimo andy Anglia:
Settled status (shaj ashon kate andy Anglia po intrego trajo)

Shaj keren kady aplikaci kana trajin andy Anglia:

  • Avilan andy Angli angla 31 December 2020
  • Taj trajindan andy Anglia pe 5 bersh*

*Te avel tume kado Settled status, site trajin andy Anglia pe 5 bersh taj nastik zhantar avry pe maj but sar 6 shon ando sako jejk bersh anda kodola 5 bersh so trajin andy Anglia

 Kado statuso del tume chachimo te:

  • Keren buti andy Anglia
  • Shaj zhan ka e doktorura ando NHS
  • Shaj piren andy skola taj shaj siton
  • Shaj zhan avry anda Anglia taj aven palpale kana kamen
  • Den tume socialnivo louve
  • Shaj ashon kate andy Anglia intrego trajo
  • Shaj anen tumaro chalado te traji tumenca andy Anglia

Manusha anda Evropskyvo Unia si le sa legalnivo cacimo sar kana nas o Brexito.

Kana situ kado Settled Status hat shaj aves avry anda Anglia pe 5 persh taj sa inke tiro statuso avela lasho taj muken tu palpale te aves.

Kana san anda Svedo saj aves avry anda Anglia per 4 bersh thaj sa inke muken tume palpale te aven andy Aglia.

E authority  shaj pushen tumendar kado statuso kana zhan:

  • Ande doktora (NHS), kana
  • Zhan te raken buti,
  • Kana kamen te len ker
  • Kana keren aplicakacie pe benefitura

pushen tumendar te sikaven tumaro statuso; shaj sikaven less kana keren  o “share code” 

Shaj keren kado “share code” pe kado link

Shaj dyken video sar te keren kado “share code”

Zhanen tumaro chachimo andy Anglia:
Pre-settled status (chachimo te ashon andy Anglia pe 5 bersh)

  • Avilan andy Anglia angla 31 December 2020
  • Trajin andy Anglia taj inke chisan kate pe 5 bersh

Kado status del tume chachimo te:

  • Keren buti andy Anglia
  • Shaj zhan ka doktori (NHS)
  • Piren andy skola, te siton
  • Shaj zan avry taj palpale andy Anglia kana kamen
  • Shaj keren aplikaci pe socialnivo benefitura
  • Tumaro chalado shaj avel kate te traji tumenca andy Anglia (fery variko)

Kadale statusosa trobuj tu “right tu reside” te den tume socialnivo benefitura.

Kado “right to reside”avel tu kana:

  • Kerdan buti kate andy Anglia
  • Situ louva taj chitrobuj te keres buti
  • San student taj pires te sitos

E authority  shaj pushen tumendar kado statuso kana zhan:

  • Ande doktora (NHS)
  • Zhan te raken buti
  • Kana kamen te len ker
  • Kana keren aplicakacie pe benefitura

Pushen tumendar te sikaven tumaro statuso; shaj sikaven less kana keren  o “share code”

Shaj keren kado “share code” pe kado link

Shaj dyken video sar te keren kado “share code”

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Cunoașteți-vă drepturile:
Statutul de rezidență permanentă (sau Indefinite Leave to Remain)

Sunteți eligibili să solicitați statutul de rezidență permanentă dacă:

  • Ați început să locuiți în Marea Britanie până la 31 decembrie 2020
  • Ați locuit în Marea Britanie timp de 5 ani în continuu*

* Ședere continuă înseamnă că nu ați lipsit din Marea Britanie mai mult de 6 luni într-o perioadă de 12 luni, timp de 5 ani consecutivi. Se aplică excepții.

Veți putea:

  • Lucra în Marea Britanie
  • Accesa NHS
  • Aplica la studii sau continua învățământul
  • Călători în și din Marea Britanie
  • Accesa fonduri publice, cum ar fi beneficiile și pensiile
  • Rămâne în Marea Britanie atît timp cât doriți
  • Aduce familia dvs să locuiască în Marea Britanie

Cetățenii UE cu statut de rezidență permanentă au aceleași drepturi ca și înainte de Brexit.

Dacă aveți statutul permanent, puteți petrece până la 5 ani la rând în afara Marii Britanie fără a vă pierde statutul.

Dacă sunteți cetățean elvețian, dvs și membrii familiei dvs pot petrece până la 4 ani la rând în afara Marii Britanie fără a va pierde statutul.

Vi se va cere să vă dovediți statutul folosind un „ share cod” (cod de distribuire) atunci când accesați NHS, solicitați un loc de muncă, închiriați o proprietate și solicitați beneficii sau asistență socială.

Link: site-ul oficial al Home Office, unde vă puteți vizualiza și dovedi statutul de imigrant.

Urmăriți acest videoclip: cum să vă demonstrați statutul cu un „ share cod”

Cunoașteți-vă drepturile:
Statutul de rezidență temporară (sau Limited Leave to Remain)

Sunteți eligibili să solicitați statutul de rezidență temporară dacă:

  • Ați început să locuiți în Marea Britanie până la 31 decembrie 2020
  • Ați locuit în Marea Britanie mai puțin de 5 ani

Cu statutul temporar veti putea:

  • Lucra în Marea Britanie
  • Accesa NHS
  • Aplica la studii sau continua învățământul
  • Călători în și din Marea Britanie
  • Avea acces limitat la fonduri publice (poate fi modificat)
  • Aduce anumiți membri ai familiei să locuiască în Marea Britanie (poate fi modificat)

Puteți solicita statutul de rezidență permanentă după ce ați locuit în Marea Britanie de până la 5 ani în continuu.

Cu statutul temporar veți avea nevoie de „dreptul de a locui” pentru a accesa ajutorul și beneficiile de la stat. Acest „drept de a locui” nu vi se dă în mod automat cînd primiți statutul temporar. În schimb, obțineți acest drept cind dovediți că aveți un loc de muncă sau sunteți self-employed, aveți bani pe care le puteți folosi sau sunteți student.

Vi se va cere să vă dovediți statutul folosind un „ share cod” (cod de distribuire) atunci când accesați NHS, solicitați un loc de muncă, închiriați o proprietate și solicitați beneficii sau asistență socială.

Link: site-ul oficial al Home Office, unde vă puteți vizualiza și dovedi statutul de imigrant.

Urmăriți acest videoclip: cum să vă demonstrați statutul cu un „ share cod”

Pentru mai mult ajutor, vă rugăm să contactați:

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OGOW  XUQUUQDAADA:
SHARCIGA DENAANSHAHA (INDEFINTE LEAVE TO REMAIN)

WAAD U QALANTAA IN AAD DALBATID SHRCIGA DENAANSHAHA:

  • HADAAD KU NOOLAYD WADANKAN UK LAGA SOO BILAABO 31 DECEMBET 2020
  • KU NOOLAYD( DEGANAYD) UK MUDO YAR 5 SANO OO  XIRIIRA AH*

*XIRIIRA MACANAHEEDU WAA IN AANAD KA MAQNAYN UK MUDO KA BADAN 6 BILOOD SANAD GUDIKIIS 5 SANO OO XIRIIRA. KA REEBAN KHUSEEYA.

WAXAAD  AWOODI DOONTAA:

  • IN AAD KA SHAQAYSID UK
  • ISKA DIIWAANGELIN TA IYO ADEEGA HAYDA CAAFIMAADKA EE UK (NHS)
  • ISKA DIIWANGALINTA WAXBARSHADA IYO WAXBARSHADA JOOGTADA AH
  • SOCDAALKA GUDHAHA IYO DIBADA UK
  • JOOGITAANKA BOQORTOOYADA INGRIISKA MUDADAAD DOONTO
  • OGALAASHO ADEEGA-BULSHADA SIDA CAYDHA IYO HAWLGABKA
  • KEENIDA DAD QOYSKAAGA KA MID UK SI AY UGU NOOLAADAAN

YURUBIYAANKA HAYSTA SHARCIGA DEGAANSHAHA (INDEFINTE LEAVE TO REMAIN) WAXAY LEEYIHIIN XUQUUQ LA MIDA  TII AY HAYSTEEN BREXIT KA HOR.

HADAAD HAYSATID SATTLED STATUS, WAXAAD JOOGI KARTAA UGU BADNAAN 5 SANNO OO XIRIIRA WADAN KA BAXSAN UK SHARCIGAANA  MA LUMINAYSID.

HADAAD HAYSATID  DHALASHADA SWISS,  WAXAAD JOOGI KARTAA UGU BADNAAN 4 SANNO OO XIRIIRA WADAN KA BAXSAN UK SHARCIGAANA  MA LUMINAYSID.

WAXAA LAGU WAYDIIN IN AAD CADAYSO  SHARCIGAAGA  ADOO ADEEGSANAYA WADAAG KOODH( share code)  MARKAAD ISTICMAALAYSID  ADEEGA HAYADA CAAFIMAADKA EE UK (NHS), SHAQO CODSANAYSID, GURI KIRAYSANAYSID, IYO CODIGA LACAGTA CAYDHA IYO/AMA  KAALMADA BULSHADA.

ISKUXIDH: BARTA INTERNETKA EE HOME OFFICE, SI AAD U CADDAYSID SHARCIGAAGA GOOB KASTA IYO XILI KASTA OOD JOOGTO.

DAAWO: VIDEYOWGAN SI AAD U MAAMUSHID  SHARCIGAAGA

OGOW  XUQUUQDAADA:
SHARCIGA DENAANSHAHA-XADAYSAN (AMA SHARCIGA DEGANAANSHAHA  JOOGTADA AH)

QOFKII  SHURUUDAHAN BUUXIYA WUXUU CODSAN KARTAA SHRCIGA DENAANSHAHA XADIDAN :

  • HADAAD KU NOOLAYD WADANKAN  UK LAGA SOO BILAABO 31 DECEMBET 2020
  • KU NOOLAYD( DEGANAYD) UK MUDO YAR 5 SANO

QAADASHADA SHRCIGA XADAYSAN(Pre-settled status)  WAXAAD XAQUUQ U LEEDAHAY:

  • IN AAD KA SHAQAYSID UK GUDAHEEDA
  • ISKA DIIWAANGELIN TA IYO ADEEGA HAYDA CAAFIMAADKA EE UK (NHS)
  • ISKA DIIWANGALINTA WAXBARSHADA IYO WAXBARSHADA JOOGTADA AH
  • SOCDAALKA GUDHAHA IYO DIBADA UK
  • OGALAASHO KOOBAN EE ADEEGA-BULSHADA( ku xiran isbadel danbe)
  • DALBASHADA DAD QOYSKAAGA KA MID AH INAY KUGULA NOOLAADAAN WADANK UK

WAA MUHIIM IN AAD CODSATID  SHARCIGA DEGANAANSHAHA, MARKAAD 5 SANO OO XIRIIRA KU NOOSHAH WANKAN UK.

HAYSASHADA SHARCIGAN, WAA INAAD CADDAYSAA( XUQUUDA NOOLASHAHA/DEGAANSHAHA) SI AAD U HESHO  LACATA (CAYDHA )EE DAWLADU BIXISO IYO LACAGTA (TAAKULAYNYA).  

XUQUUQDA SHARCIGA (pre-settled status) WAXAY KU XIDHAN TAHAT IN UU SHAQAALE TAHAY, TAHAY, ISKII U SHAQAYSTE TAHAY, LACAG KAYDA HAYSATID, AMA ARDAY  TAHAY.

WAXAA LAGU WAYDIIN IN AAD TUSTO SHARCIGAAGA ISTICMAALKA ADEEGA HAYADA CAAFIMAADKA EE UK, GOOBAHA SHAQADA,  XAFIISYADA GURYAHAY KIREEYA IYO CODIGA LACAGTA CAYDHA IYO TAAKULYNTA.

ISKUXIDH: BARTA INTERNETKA EE HOME OFFICE, SI AAD U CADDAYSID SHARCIGAAGA GOOB KASTA IYO XILI KASTA OOD JOOGTO.

DAAWO: VIDEYOWGAN SI AAD U MAAMUSHID  SHARCIGAAGA

WIXII INTAA KA SII FAAHFAAHSAN, FALAN LA SOO XIDHIIDH:

 

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Conoce tus derechos:
Settled Status (o permiso indefinido para permanecer “Indefinite Leave to Remain”)

Eres elegible para solicitar “Settled Status” si:

  • Comenzaste a vivir en el Reino Unido el 31 de diciembre de 2020 o antes
  • Has vivido en el Reino Unido continuamente durante 5 años *

* Residencia contínua significa que no has estado ausente del Reino Unido durante más de 6 meses en un período de 12 meses, durante 5 años consecutivos. Hay excepciones.

Serás capaz de:

  • Trabajar en el Reino Unido
  • Acceder al NHS
  • Inscribirte en educación o continuar estudiando
  • Viajar dentro y fuera del Reino Unido
  • Acceder a fondos públicos como prestaciones sociales y pensiones
  • Quedarte en el Reino Unido todo el tiempo que quieras
  • Traer a tu familia a vivir en el Reino Unido

Los ciudadanos de la UE con “Settled Status” tienen los mismos derechos que tenían antes del Brexit.

Si tienes “Settled Status”, puedes pasar hasta 5 años seguidos fuera del Reino Unido sin perder tu permiso.

Si eres ciudadano suizo, tú y los miembros de tu familia podéis pasar hasta 4 años seguidos fuera del Reino Unido sin perder vuestro permiso.

Se te pedirá demostrar vuestro permiso utilizando un “Share code” (código compartido) cuando accedas al NHS, solicites un trabajo, alquiles una propiedad y solicites beneficios sociales y/o asistencia social.

Enlace: sitio web oficial del Home Office donde puedes ver y probar tu estado migratorio

Ver: video sobre cómo demostrar tu permiso con un “Share code” (código compartido)

Conoce tus derechos:
Pre-settled Status (o permiso limitado para permanecer “Limited Leave to Remain”)

Eres elegible para solicitar el “Pre-settled Status” si:

  • Comenzaste a vivir en el Reino Unido el 31 de diciembre de 2020 o antes
  • Has vivido en el Reino Unido durante menos de 5 años

Con el “Pre-settled Status” podrás:

  • Trabajar en el Reino Unido
  • Acceder al NHS
  • Inscribirte en educación o continúa estudiando
  • Viajar dentro y fuera del Reino Unido
  • Tener acceso limitado a fondos públicos (sujeto a cambios)
  • Traer a ciertos miembros de tu familia a vivir en el Reino Unido (sujeto a cambios)

Con “Pre-settled Status”, necesitarás el “Right to Reside” (derecho a residir) para acceder a la asistencia social y los beneficios del estado. Éste “Right to Reside” no lo tienes automáticamente si tienes “Pre-settled Status”. Se puede obtener demostrando que: tienes un trabajo o trabajas por cuenta propia, tienes ahorros que puedes usar o que eres estudiante.

Se te pedirá que demuestres tu permiso utilizando un “Share code” (código compartido) cuando accedas al NHS, solicites un trabajo, alquiles una propiedad y solicites beneficios sociales y/o asistencia social.

Enlace: sitio web oficial del Home Office donde puedes ver y probar tu estado migratorio

Ver: video sobre cómo demostrar tu permiso con un “Share code” (código compartido)

Para obtener más ayuda, contacta con:

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Coram Children’s Legal Centre

One-off email advice from a specialist solicitor on all issues affecting migrant, asylum-seeking and refugee children and young people, whether they are separated or in families. 

>> mcpadvice@coramclc.org.uk

East European Resource Centre

Supporting Central and East European migrants who experience poverty, exploitation and social exclusion in order to help them to make choices about their lives and realize their potential as equal members of communities.

>> www.eerc.org.uk

European Londoners Hub

Information and guidance on what European Londoners need to secure their rights in the UK post-Brexit.

>> www.london.gov.uk/what-we-do/european-londoners-hub

Europia

Based in Manchester, providing free services to EU nationals including EU Settlement Scheme support, legal surgery, benefit advice, health and wellbeing, emergency fund and more.

>> euss@europia.org.uk

Here for Good

Here for Good exists to provide free immigration advice to EEA citizens and their non-EEA family members in the current Brexit landscape.

>> www.hereforgoodlaw.org

The Joint Council for the Welfare of Immigrants  

An independent national charity fighting for justice in immigration, asylum & nationality law in the UK.

>> www.jcwi.org.uk

Latin American House

Provide help to vulnerable (significant language barrier or other disadvantage) Latin Americans and Spanish / Portuguese speakers to apply to the EU Settlement Scheme.

>> brexit@casaltina.org.uk, 074030 397 780 

Luton Roma Trust

Our aim is to help the local Roma community, who have migrated to the UK in recent years, to rebuild their lives in Luton. Local to Luton and provide to support to Luton residents of Roma origins. 

>> www.lutonromatrust.org.uk

Rights of Women

Advice line for women who have experienced violence against women on applying to the EU Settlement Scheme 

>> 020 7118 0267 (open Tue & Wed 11am – 1pm, 2pm – 4pm)

Seraphus

A leading law firm in the area of European citizens’ rights and immigration law. Providing immigration, policy, lobbying, outreach and advocacy advice.

>> www.seraphus.co.uk, euadvice@seraphus.co.uk

Shpresa Programme 

A community organisation that promotes the participation and contribution of the Albanian-speaking community in the UK

>> shpresaprogramme@yahoo.co.uk, 07552729223

This project is in collaboration with the Brexit Civil Society Alliance and is funded by the Transitional Advice Fund.

 

Your rights guide

Your rights under the EU Settlement Scheme

A guide for EU citizens and their family members 

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THE BASICS

The EU Settlement Scheme (EUSS) is an immigration status introduced to protect the rights of EU citizens and their families after Brexit. Is this for me? Yes, if you are an EU citizen who moved to the UK before 31 Dec 2020, or their close or dependent family member.

YOUR STATUS UNDER THE EUSS

It depends on how long you’ve lived in the UK. Five years will grant you Settled status, shorter periods Pre-settled status. In most cases, you have the same rights (read the benefits section carefully). But remember: Pre-settled status expires. If you want to settle in the UK, you’ll have to apply to the EUSS again, once you’ve accumulated five years’ residence.

RIGHT TO WORK

If you applied to the EUSS, you have a right to work in the UK. There are two ways to prove it, based on the progress of your application.

YOU HAVE STATUS UNDER THE EUSS

STEP 1. Issue a Share Code by going to www.gov.uk/view-prove-immigration-status

STEP 2. Give your Share Code and Date of Birth to your employer.

STEP 3. Ask them to use the Government View Right to Work Service www.gov.uk/view-right- to-work

YOU APPLIED TO THE EUSS, BUT ARE WAITING ON AN OUTCOME

STEP 1. Find your Certificate of Application. If you can’t, call the EU Resolution Centre.

STEP 2. Give your Certificate to your employer.

STEP 3. Some Certificates are digital, and can be checked with a Share Code. If yours isn’t, ask the employer to use the Employer Checking Service www.gov.uk/employee-immigration- employment-status

REMEMBER: No one should deny you employment because of your status. If that happens, seek advice.

RIGHT TO RENT

If you applied to the EUSS, you have a right to rent property in the UK. There are two ways to prove it, based on the progress of your application.

YOU HAVE STATUS UNDER THE EUSS

STEP 1. Issue a Share Code by going to www.gov.uk/view-prove-immigration-status

STEP 2. Give your Share Code and Date of Birth to your landlord.

STEP 3. Ask them to use the Government View Right to Rent Service www.gov.uk/view-right-to-rent

YOU APPLIED TO THE EUSS, BUT ARE WAITING ON AN OUTCOME

STEP 1. Find your Certificate of Application. If you can’t, call the EU Resolution Centre.

STEP 2. Give your Certificate to your landlord.

STEP 3. Some Certificates are digital, and can be checked with a Share Code. When that’s not an option, ask your landlord to use the Landlord Checking Service www.eforms.homeoffice. gov.uk/outreach/lcsapplication.ofml

REMEMBER: No one should deny you the chance to rent property in the UK. If that happens, seek advice.

CLAIMING BENEFITS

If you want to claim income-based benefits like Universal Credit, applying to the EUSS is just the first step. You’ll also need to show that you have a right to reside in the UK. Settled status automatically gives you this right, but with Pre-settled status, you will need something else.

There are three main ways to prove your additional right to reside. This may be based on your:

CURRENT WORK. You’ll need to show that your work is genuine and effective. One way to do it is to show you’ve earned enough to pay National Insurance over the past 3 months.

PAST WORK. You may qualify if you are retired, if you had an accident or illness that left you unable to work, if you’ve recently had a baby, or if you lost your job recently and hope to return to work.

YOUR FAMILY. A close EEA family member who works in the UK and has status under the EUSS, or a child who goes to school in the UK can also help you qualify.

Benefits entitlements are complex, and this is just a summary. Please seek professional advice.

GET HELP

I need to apply to the EUSS

Find an OISC accredited adviser or immigration solicitor. They can help you understand if you are eligible, gather the evidence, and submit the application.

I’m having trouble with my application

Contact the EU Resolution Centre on 0300 123 7379. They can update you on the status of your application, help you log in if you lost your login details, and answer any questions.

I need help to affirm my rights

Contact a specialist AQS accredited adviser or solicitor. You can try the Citizens Advice, Law Centre or, if you’re having problems at work, the Work Rights Centre.

I want to report hate crime

Hate Crime is a serious crime committed because of a protected characteristic such as disability, sexual orientation, or race (this includes nationality). Call the Police on 101 or report it online.

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BAZAT THEMELORE

Skema e Qëndrimit së BE-së (EUSS) është një status imigrimi i prezantuar për të mbrojtur të drejtat e qytetarëve të BE-së dhe familjeve së tyre pas Brexit. A është kjo për mua? Po, nëse jeni një shtetas Europian i BE; ose familja e juaj/tyre e ngushtë ose Antari familjarë që është  I varur nga ju/ata  janë/është zhvendosur në MB përpara datës 31 dhjetor 2020.

STATUSI JUAJ NËN SKEMËN  E EUSS

Kjo varet nga sa kohë keni jetuar në MB (MBRETERINË E BASHKUAR). Pesë vjet do t’ju japin statusin e të përhershem, periudha më të shkurtra do t’ju japin Statusi i të përkohshëm. Në shumicën e rasteve, ju keni të njëjtat të drejta (lexoni seksioni e përfitimeve me kujdes). Por mbani mend: Statusi i përkohshëm skadon. Nëse dëshironi të vendoseni për  gjithmonë në MB, do të duhet të aplikoni përsëri në  skemën e EUSS, kjo pasi të keni mbushur pesë vjet’ vendbanimi ne MB.

E DREJTA PËR PUNË

Nëse ju keni aplikuar n skemën e EUSS, ju keni të drejtë të punoni në Mbretërinë e Bashkuar. Ka dy mënyra për ta vërtetuar atë, bazuar në progresin e aplikimit tuaj.

JU KENI STATUSI NËN SKEMËN E EUSS

HAPI 1. Lëshoni/merrni një kod të ndarës  duke shkuar te www.gov.uk/view-prove-immigration-status

HAPI 2. Jepni kodin tuaj ndarës dhe datën e lindjes tek punëdhënësi tuaj.

HAPI 3. Kërkojuni atyre të përdorin faqen zyrtare të Qeverisë Shiko Shërbimin për të Drejtën e Punës www.gov.uk/view-right to-work

KENI APLIKUAR NË SKEMËN E EUSS, POR PO PRISNI PËR NJË REZULTAT

HAPI 1. Gjeni Certifikatën tuaj të Aplikimit. Nëse nuk mundeni, telefononi Qendrën e Rezolutës së BE-së.

HAPI 2. Jepini Certifikatën tuaj punëdhënësit tuaj.

HAPI 3. Disa Certifikata janë dixhitale, dhe mund të kontrollohet me një kod të ndarës. Nëse nuk mundeni, telefononi punëdhënësin për të përdorur Shërbimin e Kontrollit të Punëdhënësit www.gov.uk/employee-imigration job-status

Kujtoni: Askush nuk duhet t’ju mohojë punësimin për shkak të statusit tuaj. Nëse kjo ndodh, kërkoni këshilla.

E DREJTA PËR QERA

Nëse ju keni aplikuar në skemën e EUSS, ju keni të drejtë të merrni me qera akomodim/shtëpi në Mbretërinë e Bashkuar. Ka dy mënyra për ta vërtetuar atë, bazuar në progresin/ecurinë e aplikimit tuaj.

JU KENI STATUSI NËN SKEMËN E EUSS

HAPI 1. Lëshoni/merrni një kod të ndarës  duke shkuar te www.gov.uk/view-prove-immigration-status

HAPI 2. Jepni kodin tuaj ndarës dhe datën e lindjes tek pronarit tuaj.

HAPI 3. Kërkojuni atyre të përdorin faqen zyrtare të Qeverisë Shiko të Drejtën e Qirasë www.gov.uk/view-right-to-rent

KENI APLIKUAR NË SKEMËN E EUSS, POR PO PRISNI PËR NJË REZULTAT

HAPI 1. Gjeni Certifikatën tuaj të Aplikimit. Nëse nuk mundeni, telefononi Qendrën e Rezolutës së BE-së.

HAPI 2. Jepini Certifikatën tuaj pronarit tuaj.

HAPI 3. Disa Certifikata janë dixhitale, dhe mund të kontrollohet me një kod të ndarës. Nëse nuk mundeni, telefononi punëdhënësin për të përdorur Shërbimin e Kontrollit të të Qiradhënësit www.eforms.homeoffice.gov.uk/outreach/lcsapplication.ofml

Kujtoni: Askush nuk duhet t’ju mohojë mundësinë për të marrë me qira pronë në MB për shkak të statusit tuaj. Nëse kjo ndodh, kërkoni këshilla.

PRETENDIMI I PËRFITIMEVE / E DREJTA E NDIHMËS SOCIALE 

Nëse dëshironi të kërkoni përfitime/ndihma të bazuara në të ardhurat, si Kredia Universale, aplikimi në skemën e EUSS është vetëm hapi i parë. Ju gjithashtu duhet të tregoni se keni të drejtë të banoni në MB. Statusi i Përhershëm automatikisht ju jep këtë të drejtë, por me Statusin e Përkohshëm, do t’ju duhet diçka tjetër.

Nëse keni status të përkohshëm

Ekzistojnë tre mënyra kryesore për të provuar të drejtën tuaj shtesë për të provuar residencën. Kjo mund të bazohet në:

PUNA AKTUALE. Ju duhet të tregoni se puna juaj është e vërtetë dhe efektive. Një mënyrë për ta bërë atë është për të treguar se keni fituar mjaftueshëm për të paguar Sigurimet Kombëtar gjatë 3 muajve të fundit.

PUNA E KALUAR. Ju mund të kualifikoheni nëse keni dalë në pension, nëse keni pasur një aksident ose sëmundje që ju ka lënë të paaftë punoni, nëse keni lindur së fundmi, ose nëse keni humbur punën kohët e fundit dhe shpresoni të ktheheni në punë.

FAMILJA JOTE. Një anëtar i ngushtë i familjes që punon në MB dhe ka status nën skemën e EUSS, një fëmijë që shkon në shkollë në MB mund t’ju ndihmojë gjithashtu të kualifikoheni.

Të drejtat e përfitimeve janë komplekse, dhe kjo është vetëm një përmbledhje. Ju lutemi kërkoni këshilla profesionale.

MERR NDIHME

Më duhet të aplikoj në skemën e EUSS.

Gjeni një këshilltar të akredituar nga OISC ose Avokat emigracioni. Ata mund t’ju ndihmojnë të kuptoni nëse ju takon të aplikoni, të mbledhin provat që duhen dhe te dorëzojnë aplikacionin.

Më duhet ndihmë të aplikoj në skemën e EUSS.

Gjeni një këshilltar të akredituar nga OISC ose Avokat emigracioni. Ata mund t’ju ndihmojnë të kuptoni nëse ju takon të aplikoni, të mbledhin provat që duhen dhe te dorëzojnë aplikacionin.

Unë kam probleme me aplikimin tim

Kontaktoni Qendrën e Vendimit së skemës EUSS/BE-së në 0300 123 7379. Ata mund t’ju përditësojnë për statusin tuaj dhe aplikimin, ju ndihmon të identifikoheni nëse keni humbur hyrjen/deatjet e llogarisë tuaj dhe t’u përgjigjuni çdo pyetjeje që ju mund të keni.

Unë dua të raportoj Krim Urrejtjes

Krimi i urrejtjes është një krim i rëndë i kryer për shkak të një karakteristike të mbrojtur si p.sh motivuar nga paragjykimi në bazë të racës, fesë, orientimit seksual ose arsyeve të tjera paaftësia, orientimi seksual ose raca (kjo përfshin dhe kombësinë). Telefononi policinë në 101 ose lajmëroni online.

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ОСНОВИТЕ

Схемата за уседналост на граждани на ЕС (EUSS) е имиграционен статут, въведен за защита на правата на гражданите на ЕС и техните семейства след Брекзит. Това за мен ли е? Да, ако сте гражданин на ЕС, който се е преместил в Обединеното кралство преди 31 декември 2020 г., или негов близък или зависим член на семейството.

ВАШИЯТ СТАТУТ ПОД EUSS

Зависи от това колко дълго сте живели в Обединеното кралство. Пет години ще ви предоставят уседнал статут, а по-кратки периоди временен уседнал статут. В повечето случаи имате същите права (прочетете внимателно раздела за социални помощи). Запомнете: Временният уседнал статус изтича. Ако искате да се установите в Обединеното кралство, ще трябва да кандидатствате отново в EUSS, след като натрупате пет последователни години пребиваване.

ПРАВО НА РАБОТА  

Ако сте кандидатствали в EUSS, имате право да работите в Обединеното кралство. Има два начина да го докажете въз основа на напредъка на вашата апликация.

ИМАТЕ СТАТУТ ПОД EUSS

СТЪПКА 1. Издайте код за споделяне, като отидете на www.gov.uk/view-prove-immigration-status

СТЪПКА 2. Предоставете своя код за споделяне и дата на раждане на вашия работодател.

СТЪПКА 3. Помолете ги да използват правителствената услуга за преглеждане на правото на работа www.gov.uk/view-right-to-work

КАНДИДАТСТВАХТ ЗА EUSS, НО ЧАКАТЕ РЕЗУЛТАТ

СТЪПКА 1. Намерете вашето удостоверение за кандидатстване. Ако не можете, обадете се на EU Resolution Centre. 

СТЪПКА 2. Предайте вашия сертификат на вашият работодател.

СТЪПКА 3. Някои сертификати са цифрови, и може да се проверят с код за споделяне. Ако не можете, помолете вашият работодател да използвате услугата за проверка www.gov.uk/employee-immigration-employment-status

ЗАПОМНЕТЕ: Никой не трябва да ви отказва работа поради вашия статут. Ако това се случи, потърсете съвет.

ПРАВО НА НАЕМ

Ако сте кандидатствали в EUSS, имате право да наемате имот в Обединеното кралство. Има два начина да го докажете въз основа на напредъка на вашата апликация.

ИМАТЕ СТАТУТ ПОД EUSS

СТЪПКА 1. Издайте код за споделяне, като отидете на www.gov.uk/view-prove-immigration-status  

СТЪПКА 2. Предоставете своя код за споделяне и дата на раждане на вашия наемодател.

СТЪПКА 3. Помолете ги да използват правителствената услугата за преглеждане на правото на наем www.gov.uk/view right-to-rent

КАНДИДАТСТВАХТ ЗА EUSS, НО ЧАКАТЕ РЕЗУЛТАТ

СТЪПКА 1. Намерете вашето удостоверение за кандидатстване. Ако не можете, обадете се на EU Resolution Centre. 

СТЪПКА 2. Предайте вашия сертификат на вашият наемодател.

СТЪПКА 3. Някои сертификати са цифрови,

и може да се проверят с код за споделяне. Ако не можете, помолете вашият наемодател да използвате услугата за проверка www.eforms.homeoffice.gov.uk/outreach/lcsapplication.ofml 

ЗАПОМНЕТЕ: Никой не бива да ви отказва възможността да наемете имот в Обединеното кралство. Ако това се случи, потърсете съвет.

ДОСТЪП ДО ПУБЛИЧНИ СРЕДСТВА 

Ако искате доступ до обезщетения, базирани на доходи, като Universal Credit, кандидатстването за EUSS е само първата стъпка. Ще трябва да покажете, че имате право да пребивавате в Обединеното кралство. Уседнал статут автоматично ви дава това право, но със временен уседнал статут ще ви трябва нещо допълнително.

АКО ИМАТЕ ВРЕМЕНЕН УСЕДНАЛ СТАТУТ

Има три основни начина да докажете допълнителното си право на пребиваване. Това може да се основава на:

ТЕКУЩА РАБОТА. Ще трябва да покажете, че работата ви е истинска и ефективна. Един от начините да го направите е да покажете, че доходът ви е достатъчен, за плащане на National Insurance през последните 3 месеца.

МИНАЛА РАБОТА. Може да отговаряте на изискванията, ако сте се пенсионирали, ако сте претърпели злополука или заболяване, поради което не можете да работите, ако наскоро сте имали бебе или ако сте загубили работата си наскоро и се надявате да се върнете на работа.

ВАШЕТО СЕМЕЙСТВО. Близък член на семейството, който работи в Обединеното кралство и има статут по EUSS, или дете, което ходи на училище в Обединеното кралство, също може да ви помогне да докажете правото си на пребиваване.

Достъпът до публични средства е сложен процес и това е само обобщение. Моля, потърсете професионален съвет.

ДОПЪЛНИТЕЛНА ПОМОЩ

Трябва да кандидатствам за EUSS

Намерете акредитиран от OISC съветник или имиграционен адвокат. Те могат да ви помогнат да разберете дали отговаряте на условията, да съберете доказателства и да подадете вашата апликация.

Имам проблеми с апликацията си

Свържете се с EU Resolution Centre на 0300 123 7379. Те могат да ви информират за състоянието на вашата апликация, да ви помогнат да влезете в онлайн порталът на апликацията ви ако сте загубили данните си за вход, и да отговорят на допълнителни въпроси.

Имам нужда от помощ, за да потвърдя правата си

Свържете се със специализиран съветник или адвокат, акредитиран от AQS. Може да потърсите съвет от Citizens Advice, Law Center или, ако имате проблеми свързани с вашата работа, да се свържете с Work Rights Centre.

Искам да докладвам за престъпления от омраза

Престъпленията от омраза са сериозни престъпления, извършени поради защитена характеристика като увреждане, сексуална ориентация или раса (това включва националност). Обадете се на полицията на 101 или подайте сигнал онлайн.

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À SAVOIR

Le EU Settlement Scheme (EUSS) est un nouveau permis de séjour (status) introduit pour protéger les droits des citoyen-ne-s de l’UE et leurs familles après le Brexit. Suis-je concerné-e ? Oui, si vous êtes un-e citoyen-ne de l’UE et que vous avez déménagé au Royaume-Uni avant le 31 décembre 2020, ou si vous êtes un parent proche ou à charge.

VOTRE STATUS SOUS LE REGIME EUSS

Cela dépend de la durée de votre séjour au Royaume-Uni. Cinq ans vous donnent accès au settled status ; une durée inférieure au pre-settled status. Dans la plupart des cas, vous avez les mêmes droits (lire attentivement la section dédiée aux allocations/benefits). Rappel : le pre-settled status a une échéance. Si vous souhaitez vous installer au Royaume-Uni, vous devez soumettre une demande pour le settled status, une fois que vous aurez accumulé cinq ans de résidence. 

DROIT AU TRAVAIL

Si vous avez déposé une demande pour le EUSS, vous avez le droit de travailler au Royaume-Uni. Il existe deux façons de le prouver, en fonction de l’état d’avancement de votre demande.

VOUS AVEZ REÇU UN STATUS (settled ou pre-settled)

  1. Générez un Share Code au lien www.gov.uk/view-prove-immigration-status ;
  2. Transmettez votre Share Code et votre date de naissance à votre employeur ;
  3. Demandez-lui d’utiliser le service « View Right to Work » offert par le gouvernement britannique www.gov.uk/view-right-to-work

VOUS AVEZ FAIT UNE DEMANDE POUR LE EUSS, MAIS VOUS ÊTES EN ATTENTE D’UNE RÉPONSE 

  1. Trouvez votre certificat de demande (Certificate of Application). Si vous ne le trouvez pas, appelez le EU Settlement Resolution Centre ;
  2. Transmettez ce certificat à votre employeur ;
  3. Certains certificats sont numériques et peuvent être transmis au moyen d’un Share Code. Si vous ne pouvez pas le faire, appelez votre employeur pour utiliser le service « Employer Checking » www.gov.uk/employee-immigration-employment-status

RAPPEL : Personne ne peut vous refuser un emploi en raison de votre status. Si cela se produit, consultez un professionnel.

DROIT À LA LOCATION 

Si vous avez déposé une demande pour le EUSS, vous avez le droit de louer un bien immobilier (notamment un logement) au Royaume-Uni. Il y a deux manières de le prouver, selon l’état d’avancement de votre demande.

VOUS DÉTENEZ UN STATUS (settled ou pre-settled)

  1. Générez un Share Code au lien www.gov.uk/view-prove-immigration-status ;
  2. Transmettez votre Share Code et votre date de naissance au bailleur ;
  3. Demandez-lui d’utiliser le service « View Right to Rent » offert par le gouvernement britannique www.gov.uk/view-right-to-rent  

VOUS AVEZ FAIT UNE DEMANDE POUR LE EUSS, MAIS VOUS ÊTES EN ATTENTE D’UNE RÉPONSE

  1. Trouvez votre certificat de demande (Certificate of Application). Si vous ne le trouvez pas, appelez le EU Settlement Resolution Centre ;
  2. Transmettez le certificat à votre bailleur ;
  3. Certains certificats sont numériques et peuvent être transmis au moyen d’un Share Code. Si vous ne pouvez pas le faire, demandez à votre bailleur d’utiliser le service « Landlord Checking » : www.eforms.homeoffice.gov.uk/outreach/lcsapplication.ofml

RAPPEL : Personne ne peut vous refuser la possibilité de louer un bien immobilier au Royaume-Uni en raison de votre status. Si cela se produit, consultez un professionnel.

DEMANDER DES ALLOCATIONS

Si vous souhaitez demander des allocations liées aux revenus comme le Universal Credit, le premier pas est de faire votre demande. Il vous faudra aussi prouver votre droit au séjour au Royaume-Uni. Le settled status vous accorde automatiquement ce droit, tandis qu’avec le pre-settled status vous aurez à satisfaire d’autres prérequis (le « right to reside »).

VOUS DÉTENEZ UN PRE-SETTLED STATUS

Il y a trois moyens principaux de prouver votre droit au séjour supplémentaire. Cela peut se baser sur votre :

TRAVAIL ACTUEL. Vous devez prouver que votre travail en est un véritable et effectif. Pour ce faire, vous pouvez par exemple montrer d’avoir gagné suffisamment, dans les derniers trois mois, pour payer la National Insurance.  

TRAVAIL PASSÉ. Vous êtes éligible si vous êtes retraité-e, si vous avez eu un accident ou une maladie qui vous ont empêché de travailler, si vous avez eu un enfant récemment, ou encore si vous avez récemment perdu votre emploi et que vous souhaitez faire votre retour au travail. 

VOTRE FAMILLE. Vous êtes éligible si vous avez un parent proche travaillant au Royaume-Uni et qui détient un pre-settled ou settled status, ou encore un enfant fréquentant l’école au Royaume-Uni.

Les prérequis pour les allocations sont complexes, et ceci n’est qu’un résumé. Veuillez consulter un professionnel.  

OBTENIR DE L’AIDE

Je dois demander le settled ou le pre-settled status

Il vous faut un conseiller juridique agréé OISC ou un avocat spécialisé en immigration. Ils peuvent vous aider à comprendre si vous répondez aux critères, à rassembler les preuves et soumettre votre demande. 

J’ai des problèmes avec ma demande

Contactez le EU Settlement Resolution Centre au 0300 123 7379. Ils peuvent vous renseigner sur l’avancement de votre demande, vous aider avec l’accès en ligne et répondre à vos questions. 

J’ai besoin d’aide pour faire valoir mes droits

Contactez un conseiller juridique ou un avocat spécialisé et agréé AQS. Vous pouvez essayer le Citizens Advice, le Law Centre ou, si vous avez des problèmes au travail, le Work Rights Centre.

Je veux signaler un crime de haine (« Hate Crime »)

Un crime haineux est un crime grave commis en raison d’une caractéristique protégée comme le handicap, l’orientation sexuelle ou l’ethnie (y compris la nationalité). Appelez la police au 101 ou signalez-le en ligne.

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DA SAPERE

L’EU Settlement Scheme (EUSS) prevede un nuovo tipo di permesso soggiorno (settled o pre-settled status), introdotto per proteggere i diritti dei cittadini dell’UE, e dei loro familiari, residenti in Regno Unito, dopo la Brexit. Mi riguarda? Sì, se sei un/a cittadino/a europeo/a e ti sei trasferito/a in Regno Unito prima del 31 Dicembre 2020, o se sei un/a suo famigliare stretto/a o dipendente.

IL TUO STATUS CON L’EUSS

Il permesso di soggiorno che otterrai dipende dal periodo di residenza in Regno Unito. Con cinque anni di residenza, puoi ottenere il settled status; con meno di cinque anni, il pre-settled status. Nella maggior parte dei casi, si hanno gli stessi diritti (leggere attentamente la sezione dedicata ai benefits!). Ricorda: il pre-settled status ha una scadenza. Se vuoi stabilirti nel Regno Unito, dovrai fare richiesta di settled status dopo aver accumulato cinque anni di residenza continua. 

DIRITTO AL LAVORO

Se hai fatto richiesta con l’EUSS, hai il diritto di lavorare nel Regno Unito. Ci sono due modi per dimostrarlo, in base allo stato della tua richiesta. 

SE HAI RICEVUTO UNO STATUS (settled o pre-settled)

  1. Crea uno share-code partendo dal link www.gov.uk/view-prove-immigration-status  
  2. Condividi il tuo share-code e la tua data di nascita con il datore di lavoro.
  3. Chiedi loro di utilizzare il servizio “View Right to Work” sul sito del governo britannico al link www.gov.uk/view-right- to-work  

SE HAI FATTO RICHIESTA, MA NON HAI ANCORA RICEVUTO L’ESITO 

  1. Trova il Certificato di avvenuta richiesta (Certificate of Application). Se non riesci, chiama l’EU Settlement Resolution Centre.
  2. Presenta il Certificato al datore di lavoro
  3. Alcuni certificati sono digitali e possono essere presentati attraverso uno share-code. Se questo non è possibile, chiama il datore di lavoro e chiedi loro di utilizzare il servizio “Employer Checking” sul sito del governo britannico al link www.gov.uk/employee-immigration-employment-status  

IMPORTANTE: Nessuno dovrebbe negarti un impiego a causa del tuo status. Se ciò accade, richiedi una consulenza professionale.

DIRITTO DI AFFITTO

Se hai fatto richiesta con l’EUSS, hai il diritto di affittare una casa nel Regno Unito. Ci sono due modi per dimostrarlo, in base allo stato della tua richiesta. 

SE HAI RICEVUTO UNO STATUS (settled o pre-settled)

  1. Crea uno share-code partendo dal link www.gov.uk/view-prove-immigration-status 
  2. Condividi il tuo share-code e la tua data di nascita con il proprietario di casa.
  3. Chiedi loro di utilizzare il servizio “View Right to Rent” sul sito del governo britannico al link www.gov.uk/view right-to-rent

SE HAI FATTO RICHIESTA, MA NON HAI ANCORA L’ESITO 

  1. Trova il Certificato di avvenuta richiesta (Certificate of Application). Se non riesci, chiama l’EU Settlement Resolution Centre.
  2. Presenta il Certificato al proprietario di casa.
  3. Alcuni certificati sono digitali e possono essere presentati attraverso uno share-code. Se questo non è possibile, chiama il proprietario di casa e chiedi loro di utilizzare il servizio “Landlord Checking” sul sito del governo britannico al link www.eforms.homeoffice. gov.uk/outreach/lcsapplication.ofml

IMPORTANTE: Nessuno dovrebbe negarti di affittare una proprietà a causa del tuo status. Se ciò accade, richiedi una consulenza professionale.

RICHIESTA DI SUSSIDI PUBBLICI (BENEFITS)

Se vuoi richiedere dei sussidi basati sul reddito, come l’Universal Credit, fare richiesta di settled o pre-settled status è essenziale. Inoltre, dovrai dimostrare di avere il diritto di risiedere nel Regno Unito. Il settled status ti garantisce questo diritto automaticamente. Invece, con il pre-settled status dovrai soddisfare altri requisiti.

SE HAI IL PRE-SETTLED STATUS 

Ci sono tre modi principali per provare ulteriormente il tuo right to reside, in base a: 

Il TUO LAVORO ATTUALE. Dovrai dimostrare che il tuo lavoro è genuino ed effettivo. Un modo per farlo è dimostrare di aver guadagnato abbastanza per pagare il National Insurance negli ultimi 3 mesi.  

IL TUO LAVORO PASSATO. Puoi qualificarti se sei andato/a in pensione, se hai avuto un incidente o una malattia che non ti ha permesso di lavorare, se hai avuto un figlio di recente, o se hai perso il lavoro di recente e speri di tornare a lavorare.  

LA TUA FAMIGLIA. Anche un familiare stretto che lavora nel Regno Unito e ha uno status con l’EUSS, o un figlio che va a scuola nel Regno Unito possono aiutarti a qualificarti.  

I diritti relativi ai sussidi sono complessi e questo è solo un riassunto. Ti raccomandiamo di richiedere una consulenza professionale.  

DOVE CERCARE SUPPORTO

Devo fare richiesta di settled o pre-settled status

Trova un consulente legale accreditato OISC o un avvocato per l’immigrazione. Loro ti possono aiutare a capire se hai requisiti, a trovare le prove, e a presentare la richiesta.

Ho riscontrato dei problemi con la mia richiesta 

Chiama l’EU Settlement Resolution Centre al 0300 123 7379. Loro possono darti degli aggiornamenti sulla tua richiesta, aiutarti ad accedere se hai perso i dettagli di accesso, e rispondere ad altre domande.

Ho bisogno di aiuto per affermare i miei diritti 

Contatta un consulente o un avvocato accreditati AQS. Puoi provare il Citizens’ Advice, il Law Centre o, se hai problemi sul lavoro, il Work Rights Centre. 

Voglio denunciare un crimine d’odio (“Hate Crime”)

L’Hate Crime è un reato grave commesso contro la disabilità, l’orientamento sessuale o l’etnia (inclusa la nazionalità). Chiama la polizia al 101, o segnalalo online

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PODSTAWY

System Osiedleńczy dla Obywateli Unii Europejskiej (EU Settlement Scheme, EUSS) to status imigracyjny wprowadzony w celu ochrony praw obywateli UE i ich rodzin po Brexicie. Czy dotyczy on mnie? Tak, jeśli jesteś obywatelem/obywatelką UE i przeprowadziłeś/łaś się do Wielkiej Brytanii przed 31 grudnia 2020 r., bądź też należysz do najbliższej rodziny lub pozostajesz na utrzymaniu takiej osoby.

TWÓJ STATUS W RAMACH EUSS

Zależy on od tego, jak długo mieszkasz w Wielkiej Brytanii. Po pięciu latach pobytu przysługuje Ci status osoby osiedlonej, krótsze okresy pozwalają jedynie na status osoby tymczasowo osiedlonej. W większości przypadków obydwa statusy dają Ci te same prawa (przeczytaj uważnie rozdział Korzyści). Musisz jednak pamiętać, że status osoby wstępnie osiedlonej wygasa. Jeśli chcesz się osiedlić na stałe w Wielkiej Brytanii, będziesz musiał/musiała ponownie złożyć wniosek do EUSS z chwilą, gdy osiągniesz okres pięciu lat pobytu w UK.

PRAWO DO PRACY 

Jeśli złożyłeś/aś wniosek do EUSS, masz prawo do pracy w Wielkiej Brytanii. Możesz to udowodnić na dwa sposoby, w zależności od postępów w procesie rozpatrywania Twojej aplikacji. 

POSIADASZ STATUS W RAMACH EUSS

KROK 1. Wygeneruj Share Code wchodząc na stronę www.gov.uk/view-prove-immigration-status

KROK 2. Podaj swój Share Code oraz datę urodzenia swojemu pracodawcy.

KROK 3. Poproś go o skorzystanie i zaczerpnięcie informacji z serwisu Government View Right to Work Service www.gov.uk/view-right- to-work

ZŁOŻYŁEŚ/ŁAŚ WNIOSEK DO EUSS, ALE CZEKASZ NA JEGO ROZSTRZYGNIĘCIE

KROK 1. Znajdź swoje zaświadczenie o złożeniu wniosku. Jeśli nie możesz tego zrobić, zadzwoń do Centrum Rozstrzygania Sporów UE (EU Resolution Centre).

KROK 2. Przekaż certyfikat swojemu pracodawcy.

KROK 3. Niektóre certyfikaty mają formę cyfrową i można je sprawdzić za pomocą Share Code. Jeśli nie możesz tego zrobić, zadzwoń do pracodawcy, aby skorzystał z usługi sprawdzania certyfikatów przez pracodawcę: www.gov.uk/employee-immigration-employment-status

PAMIĘTAJ: Nikt nie powinien odmówić Ci zatrudnienia z powodu Twojego statusu. Jeśli tak się stanie, zasięgnij porady.

PRAWO DO WYNAJMU 

Jeśli złożyłeś/aś wniosek do EUSS, masz prawo do wynajmu nieruchomości w Wielkiej Brytanii. Istnieją dwa sposoby, aby to udowodnić, w zależności od postępów w rozpatrywaniu Twojego wniosku.

POSIADASZ STATUS W RAMACH EUSS 

KROK 1. Wygeneruj Share Code wchodząc na stronę www.gov.uk/view-prove-immigration-status

KROK 2. Podaj swój Share Code oraz datę urodzenia wynajmującemu.

KROK 3. Poproś go o skorzystanie z serwisu Government View Right to Rent www.gov.uk/view-rightto-rent

ZŁOŻYŁEŚ/AŚ WNIOSEK DO EUSS, JEDNAK CZEKASZ NA JEGO ROZSTRZYGNIĘCIE 

KROK 1. Znajdź swoje zaświadczenie o złożeniu wniosku. Jeśli nie możesz tego zrobić, zadzwoń do Centrum Rozstrzygania Sporów UE (EU Resolution Centre).

KROK 2. Przekaż Certyfikat swojemu właścicielowi mieszkania.

KROK 3. Niektóre Certyfikaty są w formie cyfrowej i można je sprawdzić za pomocą Share Code. Jeśli nie ma takiej możliwości, poproś właściciela nieruchomości o skorzystanie z usługi sprawdzania certyfikatów przez właściciela domu (Landlord Checking Service) www.eforms.homeoffice. gov.uk/outreach/lcsapplication.ofml

PAMIĘTAJ: Nikt nie powinien odmówić Ci możliwości wynajęcia nieruchomości w Zjednoczonym Królestwie. Jeśli tak się stanie, należy zasięgnąć porady.

UBIEGANIE SIĘ O ZASIŁKI

Jeśli planujesz ubiegać się o zasiłki oparte na dochodach, takie jak Universal Credit, złożenie wniosku do EUSS jest tylko pierwszym krokiem. Będziesz musiał/a również wykazać, że masz prawo do pobytu w Wielkiej Brytanii. Status osoby osiedlonej daje Ci to prawo automatycznie, ale w przypadku statusu osoby wstępnie osiedlonej będziesz potrzebować czegoś jeszcze.

JEŚLI POSIADASZ STATUS OSOBY TYMCZASOWO OSIEDLONEJ

Istnieją trzy główne sposoby udowodnienia dodatkowego prawa do pobytu. Możesz to zrobić powołując się na:

BIEŻĄCĄ PRACĘ: Musisz wykazać, że pracujesz i naprawdę zarabiasz. Możesz to zrobić pokazując, że w ciągu ostatnich 3 miesięcy zarobiłeś/aś wystarczająco dużo, aby zapłacić ubezpieczenie społeczne (National Insurance).

PRZESZŁĄ PRACĘ: Możesz pokazać, że wykonywałeś/aś pracę w przeszłości w sytuacjach, w których: przeszedłeś/aś na emeryturę; miałeś/aś wypadek lub zapadłeś/aś na chorobę, która uniemożliwiła ci pracę; niedawno urodziło ci się dziecko; straciłeś/aś pracę niedawno i masz nadzieję na jej szybkie odzyskanie.

TWOJĄ RODZINĘ: Pomocą w ubieganiu się o Universal Credit może być posiadanie członka rodziny, który pracuje w Zjednoczonym Królestwie i uzyskał status EUSS czy dziecka, które uczęszcza do szkoły w Zjednoczonym Królestwie. Pamiętaj jednak, że zasady ubiegania się o uprawnienia do świadczeń są skomplikowane, a to jest tylko streszczenie.

Prosimy Cię o zasięgnięcie profesjonalnej porady.

UZYSKAJ POMOC

Muszę złożyć wniosek do EUSS (Systemu Osiedleńczego dla Obywateli Unii Europejskiej)

Znajdź akredytowanego przez OISC (Biuro Immigracyjne) doradcę lub prawnika imigracyjnego. Pomogą Ci oni zrozumieć, czy się kwalifikujesz, zebrać dowody i złożyć wniosek.

Mam problem z moim wnioskiem 

Skontaktuj się z Centrum Rozwiązywania Problemów UE pod numerem telefonu 0300 123 7379. Pracownicy centrum mogą udzielić Ci aktualnych informacji na temat stanu rozpatrywanego wniosku, pomóc w zalogowaniu się w przypadku utraty danych do logowania oraz odpowiedzieć na wszelkie pytania.

Potrzebuję pomocy w potwierdzeniu moich praw

Skontaktuj się z wyspecjalizowanym doradcą lub prawnikiem akredytowanym przez AQS (Standard Jakości Porad). Możesz skorzystać także z Citizens Advice (Biura Porad Obywatelskich), Centrum Prawnego lub jeśli masz problemy w pracy, z Work Rights Centre (Centrum Praw Pracowniczych). 

Chcę zgłosić przestępstwo z nienawiści

Przestępstwo z nienawiści to poważne przestępstwo popełnione ze względu na cechy chronione, takie jak niepełnosprawność, orientacja seksualna lub rasa (w tym narodowość). Zadzwoń na policję pod numer 101 lub zgłoś to online.

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ZAKLADO O EUSS (SETTLEMENT SCHEME)

O EU Setlmento (EUSS) si imigracnivo statuso so zuty e manushen taj lenge chalado te saj ashon andy Anglia pala Brexito. Trobuj ma kado? Jo, kana san anda EU ko avilas andy Anglia angla 31 Dec 2020, vat site varyko terejdy tutar taj san  zavislivo pe varikaste ko traji andy Anglia.   

TIRO STATUSO EUSS 

Kana trajis andy Anglia pansh bersh hat dentu settled status. Kana chisan andy Anglia inke pansh bersh hat dentu Pre-Settled Status. Kado statuso Pre – Settled Status si pe pansh bersh taj apal site keres tuke aplikacia po Settled Status pala panzhe bershen.

CHACIMO TE KERES BUTI 

Kana kerdan kady aplikacia po EUSS – hat situ chacimo te keres buti andy Anglia. 

Kado chachimo shaj  sikaves  

KANA SI TU O STATUSO 

  1. Shaj keres o share code ando internet; www.gov.uk/view-prove-immigration-status 
  2. de kado share code taj tiro datumo kano kerdilan andi buti 
  3. pen andi buti te zhan po www.gov.uk/view-righ-to-work 

KANA KERDAN APLIKACIA TAJ LESHIS PE TIRO STATUS TE AVEL 

  1. Rak tiro Certificate of Application. Kana nashtik rakes les, karaf o EU Resolution Centre 
  2. De kado Certificate of Application andy tiry buti
  3. Varykana kado certificate shaj avel ando interneto taj shaj keres o share code

Kana nashtik keres kado share code shaj penes andy buti te zhal po Employer Checking service www.gov.uk/emplyee-immigration-emplyment-status

TE ZHANES;  nastik konik penel tuke hot nashtik keres buti azyr ka tiro statuso. Kana varyko penel tuke kado hat zha te rakes profesionalos so hatarel kadaleske. 

CHACIMO TE LES KER

Kana kerdan kady aplikacia po EUSS – hat situ chacimo te les ker andy Anglia. 

Kado chachimo shaj  sikaves  

KANA SI TU O STATUSO 

  1. Shaj keres o share code ando internet; www.gov.uk/view-prove-immigration-status 
  2. de kado share code taj tiro datumo kano kerdilan tire landlordoske
  3. pen tire landlordoske te zhan po Government View Right to Rent Service www.gov.uk/view-right-to-rent

KANA KERDAN APLIKACIA TAJ LESHIS PE TIRO STATUS TE AVEL 

  1. Rak tiro Certificate of Application. Kana nashtik rakes les, karaf o EU Resolution Centre 
  2. De kado Certificate of Application andy tire landlordoske
  3. Varykana kado certificate shaj avel ando interneto taj shaj keres o share code

Kana nashtik keres kado share code shaj penes tire landlordoske te zhal po Landlord Checking Service www.eforms.homeoffice.gov.uk/outreach/lcsapplication.ofml 

TE ZHANES;  nastik konik penel tuke hot nashtik les tuke ker kate andy Anglia. Kana varyko penel tuke kado hat zha te rakes profesionalos so hatarel kadaleske. 

APLIKACIE PE BENEFITURA 

Kana kames te keres aplikacia pe benefito sar Universal Credit. Kado EUSS is fery immigracnivo status. Jinke trobuj tut te sikaves hot sit o right to reside any Anglia. 

O Settled Status del tu automaticky chachimo te avel tu benefito sar o Universal Credit. 

Kana situ Pre-Settled Status trobuj tu jinke o right to reside andy Anglia. 

KANA SITU PRE – SETTLED STATUS 

Sar shaj sikaves hot situ o right to reside 

KERES BUTI; site keres buti; potis national insurance pe 3 shon 

KERDAN BUTI; san akanyk ando duchodko, vat sas tu nehoda, vat san nasvalo taj nashtik keres buti. 

Kana kerdilas tu  shavouro, vat chasardan tiry buti taj kames te rakes aver buti. 

TIRO CHALADO 

Shaj zuty te avel tu right to reside; kana varyko anda tiro chalado kerel buti andy Anglia taj siles o EUSS statuso, situ shavouro so pirel andy shkola 

Te den benefitura si komplikovanyvo. Kana si problemo e benefitonca trobuj te raken profesionalos ko hatarel kadaleske. 

KO SHAJ ZUTY TUME 

Tobuj ma aplikacia po EUSS

Rak advokatos  vat poradca so si les registracia po OISC. Kadala shaj zhutyn te keren aplikacia, taj penen tumenge soske papirosha trobuj tume. Taj keren kady aplikacia tumenge. 

Kana si problemo a aplikaciasa

Karven po Resolution Centre 0300 123 7379. Shaj penen tumenge so trobuj pe tumary aplikacia. 

Shaj zutin tume kana chasaren o log in taj shaj pushen lendar kana varyso kamen te zhanen. 

Kana situ problemo te sikaves hot shaj trajis andy Anglia 

Kontakovalin specialistos vat advokatos. Shaj pushes po Citizen Advice, Law Centre vat kana situ problemo any buti shaj pushes po Work Right Centre. 

Kamaf te reportovaly hate crime 

Kana varyko kusherel tu vat phenel tuke hot  nashtik keres varyso azyr ka chi can Anglicano, vat situ disability, vat tiry sexualnivo orientacia shaj karaves e shingalen po 101 vat shaj reportovalis kado online po interneto. 

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ELEMENTE DE BAZĂ

Programul de rezidență al UE (EUSS) este un statut de imigrație introdus pentru a proteja drepturile cetățenilor UE și ale familiei acestora după Brexit. Este pentru mine?  Da, dacă sunteți cetățean al UE care s-a mutat în Regatul Unit înainte de 31 decembrie 2020, sau dacă un membru apropiat sau dependent al familiei dumneavoastră a făcut acest lucru.

STATUTUL DVS. ÎN CADRUL EUSS

Depinde de cât timp ați locuit în Regatul Unit. Cinci ani vă vor acorda statutul de stabilit (rezidență permanentă), perioade mai scurte – statutul de pre-stabilit (rezidență temporară).  În majoritatea cazurilor, aveți aceleași drepturi (citiți cu atenție secțiunea Ajutoare Sociale). Dar rețineți: Statutul de pre-stabilit (rezidență temporară) expiră. Dacă doriți să vă stabiliți în Marea Britanie, va trebui să aplicați din nou pentru EUSS, o dată ce ați acumulat cinci ani de reședință.

DREPTUL LA MUNCĂ

Dacă ați aplicat pentru EUSS, aveți dreptul de muncă în Regatul Unit. Există două modalități de a dovedi acest lucru, pe baza progresului cererii dumneavoastră.

AVEȚI STATUT SUB EUSS

PASUL 1. Emiteți un cod de distribuire accesând www.gov.uk/view-prove-immigration-status 

PASUL 2. Dați angajatorului dvs. codul de distribuire și data nașterii.

PASUL 3. Solicitați-le să utilizeze serviciul Guvernului de verificare a dreptului de muncă www.gov.uk/view-right- la locul de muncă

AȚI APLICAT LA EUSS, DAR AȘTEPTAȚI UN REZULTAT

PASUL 1. Găsiți-vă Certificatul de Aplicare. Dacă nu puteți, sunați la Centrul de Rezoluție al UE.

PASUL 2. Dați certificatul angajatorului dumneavoastră.

PASUL 3. Unele certificate sunt digitale și pot fi verificate cu un cod de distribuire. 

Dacă nu puteți, sunați-vă angajatorul pentru a utiliza Serviciul de verificare al angajatorului www.gov.uk/employee-immigration-employment-status 

REȚINEȚI: Nimeni nu ar trebui să vă refuze angajarea din cauza statutului dumneavoastră. Dacă se întâmplă acest lucru, solicitați consiliere.

DREPTUL DE A ÎNCHIRIA

Dacă ați aplicat pentru EUSS, aveți dreptul de a închiria proprietăți în Regatul Unit. Pe baza progresului cererii dumneavoastră, există două modalități de a dovedi acest lucru.

AVEȚI STATUT SUB EUSS

PASUL 1. Emiteți un Cod de distribuire accesând: www.gov.uk/view-prove-immigration-status 

PASUL 2. Dați proprietarului dvs. codul de distribuire și data nașterii.

PASUL 3 Solicitați-le să utilizeze Serviciul Guvernului pentru dreptul de a închiria www.gov.uk/view- dreptul de închiriere

AȚI APLICAT PENTRU EUSS, DAR AȘTEPTAȚI UN REZULTAT

PASUL 1. Găsiți Certificatul de aplicare. Dacă nu puteți, sunați la Centrul de rezoluție al UE. 

PASUL 2. Dați Adeverința dvs. proprietarului. 

PASUL 3. Unele Adeverințe sunt digitale și pot fi verificate cu un cod de distribuire. Când aceasta nu este o opțiune, cereți proprietarului să folosească. Serviciul de verificare al proprietarului www.eforms.homeOffice.gov.uk/outreach/lcsapplication.ofml 

REȚINEȚI: Nimeni nu ar trebui să vă refuze șansa de a închiria proprietăți în Regatul Unit. Dacă se întâmplă acest lucru, solicitați sfaturi.

CEREREA DE AJUTOARE SOCIALE

Dacă doriți să solicitați ajutoare bazate pe venit, cum ar fi Universal Credit sau Credit Universal, aplicarea la EUSS este doar primul pas. 

De asemenea, va trebui să demonstrați că aveți dreptul de a locui în Regatul Unit. Statutul de stabilit (settled) vă dă acest drept automat, dar în cazul pre-stabilit (pre-settled), veți avea nevoie de altceva.

DACĂ AVEȚI STATUT PRE-STABILIT

Există trei modalități principale de a vă dovedi dreptul de ședere în mod suplimentar. Acest lucru se poate baza pe:

SERVICIUL DVS. ACTUAL. Va trebui să demonstrați că serviciul dumneavoastră este autentic și eficace. O modalitate de a face acest lucru este de a arăta că ați câștigat suficient pentru a plăti National Insurance sau Asigurări Naționale în ultimele 3 luni.

SERVICIUL DVS. DIN TRECUT. Vă puteți califica dacă v-ați pensionat, dacă ați avut un accident sau o boală care v-a lăsat în imposibilitatea de a lucra, dacă ați născut un copil recent sau dacă v-ați pierdut recent locul de muncă și sperați să vă întoarceți la locul de muncă.

FAMILIA DVS. Un membru apropiat al familiei care lucrează în Regatul Unit și are statut EUSS, un copil care merge la școală în Regatul Unit vă poate de asemenea ajuta să vă calificați.

Drepturile la ajutoare sociale sunt complexe, iar acesta este doar un rezumat. Vă rugăm să solicitați consiliere profesională.

OBȚINEȚI AJUTOR

Trebuie să aplic pentru EUSS

Găsiți un consilier acreditat  OISC sau un avocat de imigrație. Aceștia vă pot ajuta să înțelegeți dacă sunteți eligibil, să adunați probele și să trimiteți cererea.

Am probleme cu aplicația mea

Contactați Centrul de Rezoluție al UE (EU Resolution Centre) la: 0300 123 7379. Ei vă pot actualiza cu privire la starea aplicației, vă pot ajuta să vă autentificați dacă v-ați pierdut detaliile de conectare și să răspundă la orice întrebări.

Am nevoie de ajutor pentru a-mi afirma drepturile

Contactați un specialist AQS, consilier acreditat sau avocat. Puteți încerca: Biroul de Consiliere pentru cetățeni (Citizens Advice) , Centrul de drept (Law Centre) sau, dacă aveți probleme la locul de muncă, Centrul pentru drepturile de muncă (Work Rights Centre).

Vreau să raportez infracțiunile motivate de ură

Infracțiunea motivată de ură reprezintă o infracțiune gravă comisă din cauza unei caracteristici protejate, cum ar fi dizabilitatea, orientarea sexuală sau rasa (aceasta include naționalitatea). Sunați la Poliție la 101 sau raportați-le online.

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LO BÁSICO

El EU Settlement Scheme (EUSS) es un estatus migratorio introducido para proteger los derechos de los ciudadanos de la UE y sus familias después del Brexit. ¿Esto es para mí? Sí, si eres un/a ciudadano/a de la UE que se mudó al Reino Unido antes del 31 de diciembre de 2020, o su familiar cercano/a o dependiente.

TU ESTATUS BAJO EL EUSS

Depende de cuánto tiempo hayas vivido en el Reino Unido. Cinco años te otorgarán el “settled status”, un periodo más corto te otorgará el “pre-settled status”. En la mayoría de los casos, tendrás los mismos derechos (lee la sección sobre los beneficios atentamente). Pero recuerda: el “pre-settled status” expira. Si quieres instalarte en el Reino Unido permanentemente, tendrás que volver a solicitar el EUSS una vez hayas acumulado cinco años de residencia.

DERECHO AL TRABAJO

Si presentaste una solicitud para el EUSS, tienes derecho a trabajar en el Reino Unido. Hay dos formas de probarlo, dependiendo del progreso de tu solicitud.

TIENES EL STATUS BAJO EL EUSS

PASO 1: Crea un “Share Code” (código para compartir) yendo a www.gov.uk/view-prove-immigration-status

PASO 2: Dale el “Share Code” y tu fecha de nacimiento a tu empleador

PASO 3: Pídele que utilice el servicio “View Right to Work” del gobierno www.gov.uk/view-right- to-work

HAS SOLICITADO EL EUSS, PERO ESTÁS ESPERANDO EL RESULTADO

PASO 1: Encuentra tú “Certificate of Application” (Certificado de Solicitud). Si no lo encuentras, llame al EU Resolution Centre.

PASO 2: Dale el certificado a tu empleador

PASO 3: Algunos certificados son digitales y pueden ser comprobados con un “Share Code”. Si no es posible, pídele a tu empleador que use el “Employer Checking Service” www.gov.uk/employee-immigration-employment-status

ACUÉRDATE: Nadie debería negarte un empleo por causa de tu estatus. Si eso sucede, busca consejo.

DERECHO A ALQUILAR

Si presentaste una solicitud para el EUSS, tienes derecho a alquilar una propiedad en el Reino Unido. Hay dos formas de probarlo, dependiendo del progreso de tu solicitud.

TIENES EL STATUS BAJO EL EUSS

PASO 1: Crea un “Share Code” (código para compartir) yendo a  www.gov.uk/view-prove-immigration-status

PASO 2: Dale el “Share Code” y tu fecha de nacimiento al propietario

PASO 3: Pídele que utilice el servicio “View Right to Rent” del gobierno www.gov.uk/view-right-to-rent

HAS SOLICITADO EL EUSS, PERO ESTÁS ESPERANDO EL RESULTADO

PASO 1: Encuentra tú “Certificate of Application” (Certificado de Solicitud). Si no lo encuentras, llame al EU Resolution Centre.

PASO 2: Dale el certificado al propietario

PASO 3: Algunos certificados son digitales y pueden ser comprobados con un “Share Code”. Si no es posible, pídele al propietario que use el “Landlord Checking Service” www.eforms.homeoffice. gov.uk/outreach/lcsapplication.ofml

ACUÉRDATE: Nadie debería negarte la oportunidad de alquilar una propiedad por causa de tu estatus. Si eso sucede, busca consejo.

RECLAMAR BENEFICIOS

Si quieres  reclamar beneficios basados ​​en ingresos como el Universal Credit, solicitar el EUSS es solo el primer paso. También deberás demostrar que tienes derecho a residir en el Reino Unido. El “Pre-Settled Status” te otorga este derecho, pero con el “Pre-Settled Status”, necesitarás algo más.

SI TIENES EL PRE-SETTLED STATUS

Hay tres formas principales de probar tu derecho adicional a residir. Esto puede estar basado en tú:

TRABAJO ACTUAL. Tendrás que demostrar que tu trabajo es auténtico y efectivo. Una manera de hacerlo es demostrar que has ganado suficiente para pagar el National Insurance durante los últimos 3 meses. 

TRABAJO PASADO. Puedes calificar si estás jubilado/a, si tuviste un accidente o enfermedad que te dejó sin poder trabajar, si tuviste un bebé recientemente, o si perdiste tu trabajo recientemente y esperas volver a trabajar.

FAMILIA. Un/a familiar cercano/a que trabaja en el Reino Unido y tiene el estatus de EUSS, o un/a hijo/a que va a la escuela en el Reino Unido también puede ayudarte a calificar. 

Los derechos a los beneficios son complejos y esto es solo un resumen. Busca asesoramiento profesional.

OBTENER AYUDA 

Tengo que solicitar el EUSS

Encuentra un/a asesor/a o abogado/a de inmigración acreditado/a por el OISC. Podrán ayudarte a entender si eres elegible, colectar la evidencia, y enviar la solicitud. 

Estoy teniendo problemas con mi solicitud

Contacta al EU Resolution Centre al 0300 123 7379. Pueden informarte sobre el estado de tu solicitud, ayudarte a iniciar sesión en la plataforma digital si perdiste tus datos de “login”, y responder cualquier pregunta.

Necesito ayuda para hacer valer mis derechos

Ponte en contacto con un/a asesor/a o abogad/a especialista acreditado/a por AQS. Puedes probar el Citizens Advice Centre, Law Centre o, si tienes problemas en el trabajo, el Work Rights Centre. 

Quiero denunciar un delito de odio

El delito de odio es un delito grave cometido por causa de una característica protegida, como la discapacidad, la orientación sexual o la raza (esto incluye la nacionalidad). Llama a la Policía al 101 o repórtalo en línea.

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EMPLOYING SOMEONE WITH EUSS

Anyone who applied to the EUSS has a right to work in the UK.

This is valid if they are Settled, Pre-settled, or even if they are still awaiting a decision on their application. Deciding whether to employ someone based on the type of status they hold would be discriminatory. Don’t do it. Just be mindful of the different methods to check right to work.

THEY HAVE EUSS

Ask them to issue a Share Code. With the Share Code and their date of birth, check their status online on the Government’s View Right to Work service.

THEY APPLIED, BUT ARE WAITING FOR STATUS

Ask to see a Certificate of Application. If digital, check with a Share Code. When that’s not an option, make a note of the Home Office Reference Number at the top. Use this to obtain a Positive Verification Notice via the Government’s Employer Checking Service.

THEY HAVE NOT APPLIED, AND LACK ANY STATUS

Without an immigration status, they won’t have a right to work. If you were already employing them before 30 June 2021, you can continue to do so, give them 28 days to apply to the EUSS, and verify their right to work as above.

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PUNESIMI I DIKUJT ME EUSS

Kushdo që ka aplikuar në skemën e EUSS ka të drejta për të punuar në MB.

Kjo është e vlefshme nëse ato janë me qëndrim te përheshëm, te përkohshëm, ose madje dhe nëse janë ende në pritje të një vendimi për aplikim e tyre. Të vendosësh nëse do të punësosh dikë bazuar në llojin e statusit që do të kishin është diskriminuese. Mos e bëni. Vetëm kini parasysh që ka metoda të ndryshme për të kontrolluar të drejtën për të punuar.

KANE Status EUSS

Kërkojuni atyre të lëshojnë një kod të ndarës. Me Kodin Ndarës dhe data e tyre të lindjes, kontrolloni statusin e tyre në internet në  Shërbimin e Kontrollo të Drejtën të Punës.

KANË APLIKUAR, POR PRITET VENDIMI PER STATUS

Kërkoni të shihni një Certifikatë Aplikimi. Nëse është dixhitale, kontrolloni me një kod të Ndarës. Kur kjo nuk është një opsion, mbani shënim numrin e referencës së Home Office në krye. Përdoreni këtë për të marrë një Njoftim/Verifikim Pozitiv përmes Sherbimit  të Kontrollit të Punëdhënësve të Qeverisë.

NUK KANE APLIKUAR DHE MUNGON STATUSI

Pa një status imigrimi, ata nuk do të kenë të drejta për të punuar. Nëse i keni punësuar tashmë para datës 30 qershor 2021, ju mund të vazhdoni ta bëni këtë, jepuni atyre 28 ditë kohë  për të aplikuar në EUSS dhe verifikoni të drejtën e tyre për të punuar si më sipër.

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НАЕМАНЕ НА ЧОВЕК С EUSS

Всеки, който е кандидатствал за EUSS, има право да работи в Обединеното кралство.

Това е валидно, ако те имат уседнал статът, временен уседнал статут, или дори ако все още чакат решение по своята апликация. Решаването дали да назначите някого въз основа на вида на статута, който притежават, би било дискриминационно – не го правете. Имайте предвид различните методи, за да проверите дали човека има правото да работи в Обединеното кралство.

ИМАТ EUSS

Помолете ги да издадат код за споделяне. С този код и тяхната дата на раждане проверете състоянието им онлайн в услугата View Right to Work на правителството.

КАНДИДАТСТВАХА, НО ЧАКАТ СТАТУТ

Поискайте сертификат за кандидатстване. Ако е цифров, проверете с код за споделяне. Когато това не е опция, отбележете референтния номер от Home Office в горната част на сертификата. Използвайте този номер, за да получите известие за положителна проверка чрез правителствената служба за проверка за работодателите.

НЕ СА КАНДИДАТСТВАЛИ И НЯМАТ СТАТУТ

Без имиграционен статут те няма да имат право на работа. Ако вече сте ги назначавали преди 30 юни 2021 г., можете да продължите да го правите, и да им дадете 28 дни да кандидатстват за EUSS и след това да потвърдите правото им на работа, както е посочено по-горе.

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EMBAUCHER QUELQU’UN AVEC UN STATUS EUSS

Toute personne ayant déposé une demande auprès de l’EUSS a le droit de travailler au Royaume-Uni.

Cela est valable si la personne détient un pre-settled ou settled status, voire si elle est en attente d’une décision sur sa demande. Décider d’employer ou non une personne en fonction du type de status qu’elle détient est discriminatoire. Ne le faites pas ! Il existe différentes manières pour s’assurer du droit au travail de la personne concernée : renseignez-vous. 

SI LA PERSONNE A UN STATUS (settled ou pre-settled)

Demandez-lui de vous transmettre son Share Code. Muni de son Share Code et de sa date de naissance, vérifiez son status en ligne sur le service “View Right to Rent” du gouvernement britannique.

LA PERSONNE A FAIT UNE DEMANDE DE SÉJOUR, MAIS ELLE ATTEND UN STATUS

Demandez à voir un certificat de demande. S’il est numérique, vérifiez-le avec un Share Code. Si cela n’est pas possible, notez le numéro de référence du Ministère de l’Intérieur (Home Office) qui figure en haut du document. Utilisez-le pour obtenir un « Positive Verification Notice » via le service gouvernemental « Employer Checking ».

LA PERSONNE N’A PAS FAIT DE DEMANDE ET N’A AUCUN STATUS

Sans status d’immigration, ils n’auront pas le droit de travailler. Si vous les employiez déjà avant le 30 juin 2021, vous pouvez continuer à le faire, leur donner 28 jours pour déposer une demande auprès de l’EUSS, et vérifier leur droit à travailler (comme illustré ci-dessus).

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ASSUMERE QUALCUNO CON SETTLED O PRE-SETTLED STATUS

Chiunque abbia fatto domanda all’EUSS ha diritto a lavorare nel Regno Unito.  

Questo è valido per il settled, il pre-settled, o per chi è in attesa di ricevere l’esito. Decidere se assumere una persona in base al tipo di status che possiede sarebbe discriminatorio. Non farlo!  Informati invece sui diversi modi esistenti per verificare il diritto al lavoro di qualcuno. 

SE HANNO UNO STATUS

Chiedi loro di condividere uno share-code. Con lo share-code e la loro data di nascita, controlla il loro status online attraverso il servizio “View Right to Rent” sul sito del governo britannico.

SE HANNO FATTO DOMANDA, MA SONO IN ATTESA DELL’ESITO 

Chiedi di vedere un Certificate of Application. Se digitale, controllalo con lo share-code. Se questo non è possibile, prendi nota del numero di riferimento dell’Home Office. Verificalo tramite il servizio “Employer Checking” sul sito del governo britannico, per ottenere un Positive Verification Notice.

SE NON HANNO FATTO DOMANDA E NON HANNO UNO STATUS 

Chi non ha un permesso di soggiorno (status), non ha il diritto di lavorare. Se la persona è stata assunta prima 30 giugno 2021, può continuare a lavorare per te. Dovrai dare loro 28 giorni per fare domanda all’EUSS, e verificare il loro diritto a lavorare come illustrato sopra.

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DAWANIE ZATRUDNIENIA OSOBOM Z EUSS

Każda osoba, która złożyła podanie do EUSS ma prawo do pracy w Wielkiej Brytanii.

Dotyczy to zarówno osób, które mają status osoby osiedlonej, status osoby tymczasowo osiedlonej lub oczekują na rozpatrzenie ich wniosku. Podejmowanie decyzji o zatrudnieniu na podstawie rodzaju statusu, jaki osoba szukająca zatrudnienia posiada, byłoby dyskryminacją. Wystrzegaj się tego. Pamiętaj o różnych metodach sprawdzania prawa do pracy.

OSOBY STARAJĄCE SIĘ O ZATRUDNIENIE POSIADAJĄ STATUS W RAMACH EUSS

Poproś o udostępnienie Share Code. Mając Share Code i datę urodzenia, sprawdź ich status online na rządowym serwisie View Right to Work.

OSOBY UBIEGAJĄCE SIĘ O ZATRUDNIENIE ZŁOŻYŁY PODANIE, ALE CZEKAJĄ NA JEGO ROZPATRZENIE

Poproś o pokazanie Certificate of Application (Certyfikatu Wniosku). Jeśli jest w formie cyfrowej, sprawdź go za pomocą Share Code. Jeśli nie jest to możliwe, zanotuj sobie numer referencyjny Home Office. Użyj go, aby uzyskać Powiadomienie o Pozytywnej Weryfikacji (Positive Verification Notice) za pośrednictwem Rządowego Serwisu Sprawdzania Pracodawców (Government’s Employer Checking Service).

OSOBY UBIEGAJĄCE SIĘ O ZATRUDNIENIE NIE ZŁOŻYŁY PODANIA I NIE MAJĄ ŻADNEGO STATUSU 

Osoby bez statusu imigracyjnego, nie będą miały prawa do pracy. Jeśli zatrudniłeś/aś je przed 30 czerwca 2021 r., możesz kontynuować zatrudnienie, zaoferować im 28 dni na złożenie wniosku do EUSS i zweryfikować ich prawo do pracy w sposób opisany powyżej.

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KANA SHAJ DES BUTI VARIKAS KAS SI O EUSS 

Sako ko kerdas aplikacia po EUSS shaj kerel buti andy Anglia 

Kado si kana si le Settled status vat Pre- Settled Status vat kana leshines te dentu kado statuso. 

Si discriminacia kana chides buti manushes kana si le kado statuso. Fery te zhanes hot shaj keres cheko taj apal shaj des e manushen buti. 

KANA SILE EUSS 

Shaj pushes te keren o share code. Kana si share code taj  datumo kana kerdile, shaj keres cheko online; view right to work service. 

KANA KERDE APLIKACI TAJ LESHIN TE DEN LE STATUSO 

Shaj pushes te dentu Certificate of Application. Kana is online shaj keren o share code. Kana nashtyk keren o share code; skyryn tejle o refence number so si opral po lil.  Kadalesa shaj keres Positive Verification Notice ando Employer Checking Service. 

KANA CHIKERDE APLIKACIA TAJ NAJLE CHISOSKO STATUSO 

Kana naj le imigracnivo statuso, hat najle chacimo te keren buti. Kana dan le buti angla 30 June 2021, shaj keren tute,  site des le 28 dejs  te keren kady EUSS aplikcia te shaj keres o Verification Notice. 

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ANGAJAREA UNEI PERSOANE CU EUSS

Orice persoană care a depus o cerere pentru EUSS are dreptul de a lucra în Regatul Unit.

Acest lucru este valabil în cazul în care au statut de stabilit, pre-stabilit, sau chiar dacă aceștia sunt încă în așteptarea unei decizii la aplicația lor. Decizând dacă să angajeze o persoană pe baza tipului de statut pe care îl dețin ar fi discriminatorie. Nu faceți acest lucru. Doar să fiți conștient de diferitele metode pentru a verifica dreptul de a lucra.

EI AU EUSS

Solicitați-le să emită un cod de distribuire (Share Code). Cu acest cod de distribuire și data nașterii lor, verificați-le statutul lor online cu privire la dreptul serviciului Guvernului de a vedea dreptul de lucru.

EI AU APLICAT, DAR AȘTEAPTĂ STATUTUL

Solicitați să vedeți un certificat de aplicare. 

Dacă acesta este digital, verificați cu un cod de distribuire. Atunci când acest lucru nu este o opțiune, notați numărul de referință dat de Ministerul de Interne (Home Office) în partea de sus. Utilizați-l pentru a obține o notificare de verificare pozitivă prin intermediul Serviciului de verificare al angajatorului al Guvernului.

ACEȘTIA NU AU APLICAT ȘI NU AU NICIUN STATUT

Fără un statut de imigrație, ei nu vor avea dreptul de a lucra. Dacă i-ați angajat deja înainte de 30 iunie 2021, puteți continua să faceți acest lucru, să le oferiți 28 de zile pentru a aplica pentru EUSS și să le verificați dreptul de a lucra precum mai sus.

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EMPLEAR A ALGUIEN CON EUSS

Cualquiera que haya presentado una solicitud para el EUSS tiene derecho a trabajar en el Reino Unido. Esto es válido si tienen el estatus “Settled” o el “Pre-Settled”, o incluso si todavía están esperando el resultado de su solicitud. Decidir si contratar a alguien en función del tipo de estatus que tienen sería discriminatorio. No lo hagas. Solo ten en cuenta los diferentes métodos para verificar el derecho al trabajo.

TIENEN EL EUSS

Pídeles que compartan un “Share Code”. Usando el “Share Code” y su fecha de nacimiento, comprueba su estatus en línea usando el servicio “Right to Work” del gobierno.

HAN SOLICITADO, PERO ESTÁN ESPERANDO EL ESTATUS

Pide ver un “Certificate of Application”. Si es digital, compruébalo con un “Share Code”. Si no es una opción, toma nota del “Home Office Reference Number” en la parte superior del certificado. Úsalo para obtener un “Positive Verification Notice” a través del “Employer Checking Service” del gobierno. 

NO HAN SOLICITADO Y NO TIENEN ESTATUS 

Sin un estatus migratorio, no tendrán derecho a trabajar. Si ya los estabas empleando antes del 30 de junio de 2021, puedes continuar haciéndolo. Dales 28 días para solicitar la EUSS, y luego comprueba su derecho a trabajar como se indica arriba.

Please complete the request form below if  you or your organisation would like some “Your rights” pocket guides to give to beneficiaries.

There will be no charge for the guides and postage. You can also download and print your own guides at home.

number of guides distributed

This project is in collaboration with the Work Rights Centre.

 

Seasonal workers

Working in the UK: a guide for seasonal worker visa holder & seasonal worker with granted Pre-Settled status

This guide is for seasonal migrant workers who take temporary work in agriculture. You may take the work as a migrant with granted Pre-Settled Status or as a Seasonal Worker Visa holder (Tier 5).

You are provided with an overview of your rights and support information for your stay in the UK.

The guide was co-produced by New Europeans UK in collaboration with the School of Sociology and Social Policy University of Leeds, COMPAS University of Oxford.

Working in the UK: Q&A with Christopher Benn 

We developed a series of videos in collaboration with Seraphus to answer some freqently asked questions   around seasonal work in the UK and the Seasonal Worker Visa (Tier 5).

I am a seasonal worker visa holder

This leaflet aims to inform migrant agricultural workers in the UK employed under the Seasonal Workers’ visa scheme about their rights while working in the UK on a Tier 5 visa.

The information below is specifically for workers who are working in the UK on a Seasonal Worker Visa (Tier 5).

🟢 you can

  • stay in the UK and work for the period that is described in your certificate of sponsorship
  • return and re-apply for a similar visa if you want to return for seasonal work another year or if you are interested in another visa for UK

🟢 safety and protection

  • you have an equal right to protection from physical harm, injury, assault, and abuse as every other person in the UK
  • if you are a victim of a serious crime or abuse, or you fear you may be imminently harmed, you should call the police on 999 for immediate help and protection

🟢 employment rights

  • you have a right to national minimum wage
  • you have a right to reasonable, comfortable and safe accommodation provided by your employer

❌ you can’t 

  • take a permanent job
  • work in a second job that isn’t described in your certificate of sponsorship
  • get public funds (such as housing benefit, income support or Universal Credit from the UK government)
  • bring family members with you
  • switch into other immigration route while being in the UK
  • remain in the UK after your visa expires (your visa is usually valid for 6 months)*

*you can reapply, but you must make your application when you are back in your country of origin

🟡 health care

  • in case of urgent medical assistance, you can use accident and emergency services, whether provided at an A&E unit, or elsewhere, up until the point the patient is accepted as an inpatient or given an outpatient appointment
  • where charges do apply, urgent hospital treatment can never be withheld if someone cannot pay
  • it is recommened arranging a private health insurance to cover your stay in the UK

For 2021, there are 4 certified operators to bring workers under the Seasonal Worker Visa (Tier 5):

  • Concordia (YSV)
  • Pro-Force
  • AG Recruitment
  • Fruitful Jobs

I am a seasonal worker with granted Pre-Settled Status

The information below is specifically for workers who have been granted Pre- Settled Status. This would mean you lived in the UK by 31 December 2020.

🟢 you can

  • work in the UK
  • access the NHS
  • enrol in education or continue studying
  • you can change your employer
  • you can look for a job while you are in the UK
  • you have right to live in the UK for 5 years
  • travel in and out of the UK
  • have limited access to public funds (subject to change)
  • bring certain family members to live in the UK
    – spouse, civil partner, durable partner, child, grandchild, great-grandchild, parents, grand parent, great-grand parent (including those of spouse or civil partner)
    – dependent relative (including in some cases, of the spouse or civil partner)

🟡 view and prove your status

you will need

  • passport/ID/biometric card number that you applied with
  • date of birth
  • email address or mobile telephone number you applied with

after viewing your status, you can create a share code which is a code that you can provide to your landlord, employer etc.

entitlement to settled status (indefinite leave to remain) means

  • you completed a continuous qualifying period of 5 years in the UK
  • you must have been resident in the UK for at least 6 months in every 12-month period
  • one longer single absence of up to 12 months is permitted, but only for an important reason (listed as pregnancy, childbirth, serious illness, study, vocational training or an overseas posting or, in some cases due to the COVID-19 pandemic)

>> in some cases, absences that exceed 12 months because of the COVID-19 pandemic may also be accepted.

  • any absence from the UK because of military service or the Crown service does not break your qualifying residence even if this absence exceeds 12 months

🟡 losing your pre-settled status

  • absences of 2 years or more cause Pre-Settled Status to be automatically cancelled
  • however, if you hold Pre-Settled Status and want to be granted Settled Status in the future you cannot be absent for a period of up to 2 years as your continuous residence in the UK will be broken by the long absence
  • if you are not eligible for Settled Status because you have broken your continuous residence, you will be expected to leave the UK before your Pre-Settled Status expires unless you can apply for a different type of UK immigration status
  • if you want to get Settled Status in the future, please disregard the rule that permits you to retain your Pre-Settled Status if you are outside the UK for up to 2 years

Permitted absences due to COVID-19:

  • a single absence of up to 12 months related to COVID-19 will be accepted as an important reason
  • you can write a statement or letter with your application explaining this when you submit your application
  • a single absence of more than 12 months related to COVID-19
  • you need to show that you could not return or that you were advised not to return (by your employer, doctor; for example, had COVID-19 or must isolate)

Useful contacts

Human Trafficking and Exploitation

helpline: 0800 0 121 700 (24 hours a day, 7 days a week, ask for an interpreter if needed)

website: www.modernslaveryhelpline.org

Emergencies

police, ambulance or fire and rescue: 999 (ask for an interpreter if needed)

Union support

website: www.unitetheunion.org/contact-us/

Report irregularities with your pay and work rights under the National Minimum Wage

website: www.gov.uk/government/publications/pay-and-work-rights-complaints

Report mistreatment to Gangmaster and Labour Authority

telephone: 0800 432 0804

website: www.gla.gov.uk/contact-us/

Guidance for seasonal workers in Scotland

RSABI seasonal workers helpline (Scotland only): 0300 111 4160

NHS

helpline: 111 (ask for an interpreter if needed)

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Healthcare

helpline: 0800 028 2816

website: www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-covid-19/

Reports

2021: A year of service delivery and impact

Our report looking back on the service delivery work of New Europeans UK during 2021, the year of the EUSS deadline and its aftermath affecting the most vulnerable communities.

Published: April 2022

We grew our influnece through sharing insights into the issues faced by EU citizens across:

  • the Migrant Refugee Advisory Panel
  • the Home Office Safeguarding Users Group
  • the EU Delegation Monitorging Group
  • the EUSS Alliance

number of people that engaged with information and support on the EUSS

annual website sessions with the most traffic in the pre-deadline months of May and June

Directors’ Annual Review 20/21

Our annual review looks back on what has been an important year for New Europeans UK during which our grant-funded projects have developed strongly, and in which we have continued to campaign for and conduct research into the rights of EU citizens in the UK and Britons in the EU.

Published: June 2021

We discharge our mission through:

  • campaigning for the rights of EU citizens
  • outreach programmes
  • undertaking research 
  • partnerships

resources available on new website designed to support EU citizens and partner organisations developed and launched in October 2020

sum awarded to 34 civil society and grassroots groups to support European Londoners by the Greater London Authority

2020: A year in review

Our report looking back on the work of New Europeans UK during 2020, faced with the additional obstacle of reaching and supporting the most vulnerable communities in the midst of a global pandemic. 

Published: January 2021

From new ways of providing advice on the EU Settlement Scheme, to growing our team and partnership network, through to funding and refreshing our brand.

See how we positioned ourselves in order to be most useful to you in 2020 and beyond.

number of people provided with information and support on the EU Settlement Scheme

number of new audiences reached across our digital platforms and social media channels

Digital Status: Handle with care

Our report on the experience of vulnerable EU communities accessing the EU Settlement Scheme, the government’s brand new digital immigration status for EU citizens living in the UK. 

Published: November 2020

We explored the experience of at risk groups by focusing on older Italians and members of the Roma community. 

The research collates responses from over 260 individuals, conducted in English, Italian, Romanian and Polish.

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the amount of people that do not know how to prove their status

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the amount of people of all ages that need support with their EU Settlement Scheme application

EU Settlement Scheme: A new role for the voluntary sector

Our report on the preparedness of the third sector to support European citizens and their family members to access the EU Settlement Scheme. 

Published: November 2019 

We distributed an online survey to third sector organisations with a large reach. 

The research collates responses from over 30 third sector organisations.

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of respondents from the voluntary sector had never heard of the EU Settlement Scheme

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of respondents considered their clients to be at risk of not knowing about the EU Settlement Scheme

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Our approach

We develop resources in community languages based on the needs and requests of the community groups and organisations we partner with. If you can’t find what you’re looking for in the tabs below or would like to request a resource to be translated, please get in touch.

Other languages

The Mayor of London’s European Londoners Hub provides further resources relevant to EU citizens, translated into 28 community languages. The Hub is managed by our New Europeans UK secondee through the Citizenship and Integration Initiative.