Tag: eea derivative rights

Brexit and Working in The UK: What You Should Know

There are around 2.1 million EU workers in Britain, and, for many of them, the future is uncertain. If you’re one of those people or if you are considering coming to the UK to work or find employment, you probably have a lot of questions. You’re probably wondering what will happen after the UK’s vote to leave…
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Brexit And Immigration: What Would This Mean for Europe?

Brexit and immigration – it’s hard to think about one without the other. Immigration was a subject people in the ”Leave” campaign used to persuade British people to vote out of the European Union. That happened all throughout the EU referendum campaign. Immigration was often portrayed as something that mostly has adverse consequences on Britain. The…
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Why You Should Apply for a Residence Visa after Brexit

The Brexit vote doesn’t only affect those who are considering coming to the UK in the future, but also those who already live here. The vote has made many immigrants question their status in the UK. Thus, most of them now want to get a residence visa after Brexit.  But is it a good idea?…
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EU Referendum - What would Brexit mean for immigration?

What would EU Referendum mean for immigration?

With talks of a “brexit” looming large in the media, a lot of talk about what it will mean if the UK was to vote out of the EU, we thought it may be good to give a comment on what will really happen. Over the weekend, we were discussing the EU referendum and three arguments stood…
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CASE STUDY: EEA Derivative rights

An individual who does not qualify for a right of residence under the Free Movement Directive 2004/38/EC may qualify for another right of residence under the European Union law, termed EEA Derivative rights. In 2012, the Immigration (European Economic Area) Regulations 2006 established the right of entry and residence for primary carers of self-sufficient EEA…
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