Brexit: Residence Procedures for UK Nationals in EU Member States Under the Withdrawal Agreement [UPDATED 15 January 2021]

January 15, 2021


The Withdrawal Agreement protects the rights of UK nationals who made use of the freedom of movement of people in the EU before the end of the transition period.

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EU member states may require resident UK nationals to register or apply for a residence document. Details vary between countries. View our comprehensive guide which details the requirements and procedures for each country.

Updated regularly as new information is released. 

 

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