Everything you need to know right now

Last updated: 10 November 2021

What happens now?

The EU Settlement Scheme application deadline passed on 30 June 2021. Here you will find all available resources to help you manage your new immigration status.

First things first – know your rights!

Use the “Know Your Rights” cards for an easy reminder to your rights with granted Settled or Pre-Settled status under the EU Settlement Scheme.

You can complete a request form if you or your organisation would like some cards sent to you 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.


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.

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.