With upcoming changes and the United Kingdom leaving Europe, European citizens and their family members, who are currently living in the UK, may wish to consider obtaining confirmation of your right of residence in the UK under European law.
For European citizens wishing to relocate to the UK in the future, there are key considerations to make, in light of the EU Referendum vote for Brexit, and there may be alternative options available to you and your family. GB Immigration has extensive experience advising on many aspects of European law and can advise you on other visa categories to help you decide the best course of action to take with Brexit in mind.
Under the present regulations, a European citizen may live and work in the UK if they are deemed as exercising their treaty rights as a worker, a self-employed individual, a self-sufficient person or as a student. This right is extended to family members, including those that are not EEA nationals.
Evidencing your rights as a European citizen may not be easy and, in some cases, extensive evidence is required. GB Immigration has a team of leading immigration lawyers who can advise you on the options available for you and your family to live and work in the UK through your European citizen rights.