The government’s settled status scheme isn’t working – and the results will be catastrophic for EU migrants

Elly Wright is a 77-year-old Dutch widow living in Epsom, Surrey. She’s a painter, and has been in the country for 52 years, earned her Master’s degree at the University of Kent, has a British son, and is an upstanding member of her community. She got permanent residency in November 2017, which means that obtaining settled status, the Home Office’s post-Brexit plan which would provide EU citizens with the right to stay, should be an extremely easy and straightforward process. Yet, in the current pilot scheme, which the government is testing out before 29…
Read more posts United Kingdom or read the original

This content was imported with an automated system, without human intervention. You can report the removal of content by first reading our Legal Disclaimer