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EU Settlement Scheme Applications
EEA, EU and Swiss nationals and their family members who are eligible may apply to the EU Settlement Scheme.
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Those who are able to make successful applications under the EU Settlement Scheme will be able to remain and in some cases enter or re – enter the UK.
Eligible persons were given until 30th June 2021 to register under the scheme. Those able to apply under the EU Settlement Scheme should have been resident in the UK by 31st December 2020.
Successful applicants to the EU Settlement Scheme will either be granted Pre – Settled Status or Settled Status.
The grant of either of status issued is determined by whether an eligible person has lived in the UK for five continuous years, also referred to as “continuous residence” or less. Settled Status is granted to persons who have satisfied the 5 year requirementand Pre – Settled Status is granted to those who have been deemed resident in the UK for less than 5 years.
Certain family members may also benefit from the EU Settlement Scheme, and those that do not may still be able to make other Immigration applications.If you think you that you may be entitled to benefit from the EU Settlement Scheme, you can contact our Immigration Department which will advise and assist you with your application to the Home Office.