To apply under the comparison system, you do not need to prove that you are “exercising a right of residence”. In other words, if you are an EU citizen, you do not need to prove that you are in the UK as a “worker”, “student” or “self-employed person”, etc. Although there is no obligation to prove that you have full health insurance as a party or application under the EU comparison system, until you obtain authorisation under the scheme, you must exercise a right of residence while you are staying in the UK. Therefore, you must have comprehensive health insurance if you are either a student, as a self-employed person, or a family member in the UK. Oxford charity Asylum Welcome has signed a new contract with the Home Office to continue its Europa Welcome service and help vulnerable EU citizens apply. EU, EEA and Swiss nationals must apply for settled status before the deadline. The right of every EU citizen and family members to live, work or study in each EU Member State is one of the foundations of the European Union. Many EU and UK citizens have made their life choices on the basis of free movement rights under EU law. See the information under the heading “additional time”, which explains your legal status if you are in the UK between 11pm and 30 June 2021 and you do not have authorisation under the EU comparison system, but are eligible. EU nationals, EEA nationals, Swiss citizens and legitimate family members of all those staying in the UK after 31 December 2020 must be granted an immigration authorisation (either through the EU colonisation system or through another category of immigration rules, as they will apply from January 2021). Please note that individuals entering the UK before 31 December 2020 have until 30 June 2021 to apply under the programme, but it is strongly advised to apply as soon as possible. Until you have permission under the EU colonization system, you must stay in the UK in accordance with EU law.
NOTE: December 31, 2020 is the end of a “transition period” (see our updated information on the impact of the Covid 19 pandemic on the transitional period). The government has provided online information on the settlement system in all EU languages. To see. Essentially, EU citizens and UK nationals meet these requirements when they are required to apply to the UK for EU, EEA or Swiss citizens in order to continue living in the UK after 30 June 2021. Once EU citizens with prior status have accumulated 5 years of legal residence in the UK, they can apply for their residency status to be reclassified to a permanent status that offers more rights and better protection. The colonization program is not reserved for those who intend to settle in Britain after their studies. It is the immigration authorization that can lead to settlement, but should not be used to establish oneself. With permission as part of the program, there are no restrictions for studies (where you study or what you study). The courts of the United Kingdom may refer preliminary questions to the Court of Justice of the European Union on the interpretation of the citizen part of the Withdrawal Agreement for a period of eight years from the expiry of the transitional period. For questions relating to the application for UK settled status, this eight-year period began on 30 March 2019.
The text of the Withdrawal Agreement on citizens` rights is very precise, so it can be invoked directly by EU citizens in the UK courts and by UK nationals in the courts of the Member States. . . .