EU Settlement Scheme Pilot - Alert Signup
Sign-ups for this mailing list have now closed as EU Settlement Scheme is now open for applications from all EU Citizens.

The link to the application can be found here: https://apply-for-eu-settled-status.homeoffice.gov.uk/start/eu-settlement

For this phase of the roll-out the application remains in digital format only, but the alternative application routes are due to open in the Spring.

You may have seen the Prime Ministers announcement on 21 January 2019 that, from 30 March 2019 onwards, you won’t have to pay for your application. Any application made before that date, including those that have already been made, will be reimbursed.

We want you to remain in the UK after we leave the EU and now, with these changes to the application fee, it is easier than ever.

Following a successful testing phase in December 2018 the scheme is now being rolled out to all EU citizens living in the UK who have a valid biometric passport, as part of the public testing phase. It will also be open to non-EU family members who have a valid biometric residence card.

We really value the contribution of all employees to the Health and Social Care sector, and we simply couldn’t provide the outstanding care for patients that we do, without our colleagues from the EU. We hope all EU citizens will take this opportunity to apply to the Settlement Scheme and secure your long-term future in the UK, so that we can continue to provide the high-quality service that those who rely on Health and Social Care services expect and deserve.

If you have any further questions about eligibility or support in completing the application, you can contact the EU Settlement Scheme Resolution Centre by calling 0300 123 7379 (inside the UK) or +44 (0) 203 080 0010 (outside the UK). Find out about call charges on http://www.gov.uk/call-charges. You can also ask a question using the online submissions form https://eu-settled-status-enquiries.service.gov.uk.

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