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The 31 March is nearly here - why is this important?

We’ve all been on the relentless rollercoaster of deadlines and significant dates over the last few years, and after the end of the transition period on 31 December 2020 you could be forgiven for...

28 March 2021

Residence Rights

SITTING COVID OUT AWAY FROM YOUR HOST STATE? DON’T LOSE YOUR RIGHTS OF RESIDENCEBecause of COVID a lot of UK nationals resident in the EU are spending much more time than usual away from home....

17 March 2021

Residency: Difficulties, Restrictions and Refusals

The vast majority of people will be able to obtain their new residence document under the Withdrawal Agreement (WA) without difficulty, whether you’re living in a declaratory country, in which...

19 February 2021

EHICs, GHICs and other stories

Since our blog post last November about UK issued EHICs, things have moved on a bit. Here we bring you up to date on current information and outline how you are covered from 1 January 2021 for...

26 January 2021

Travel Chaos for UK residents in the EU

The New Year, and the end of the Brexit transition period, has brought travel chaos for UK residents in the EU trying to return home. Britons around the EU have encountered difficulties, with...

3 January 2021

BiE Statement on the Deal

British in Europe is relieved that there is agreement on the future relationship between the EU and UK as a failure to reach a deal would have had serious consequences for our families and friends...

24 December 2020

Stranded by COVID-19? Our recommendations...

We are hearing from British nationals resident in the EU who are stuck in the UK, a situation no-one needs at this time of year as transition ends.British in Europe contacted the Commission...

22 December 2020

Travel for British in Europe during COVID-19 times

Update 22.12.21 - the EU Commission adopts Recommendation on EU coordinated approach to travel and transport in response to new variant of coronavirus in the UK in which they recommend:"Union...

21 December 2020

Travelling into and out of the Schengen area

This is a question that has come up many times over the last months: after the end of the transition period, how do I come back into my host country (or another Schengen country) after travelling...

4 November 2020

Studying abroad - from home?

Do you have student children studying in another country where they do not yet have residency, or have friends who do? If so, this could be important information for you and them.For a small...

12 October 2020

BiE applies to intervene in two legal actions

British in Europe (BiE) has applied to intervene in two actions being brought in the General Court of the EU about the EU Council decision of 30 January 2020 to conclude the Withdrawal Agreement. ...

4 September 2020

Jane Golding meets Axel Dittman

Release your inspiration...Jane Golding, co-chair, met with Axel Dittman  to discuss the impact of No Deal for residents in Germany.  Jane had meetings at German Foreign Ministry, the Interior...

6 September 2019

Analysis of France's No Deal legislation

Earlier this year, France published legislation that will take effect should the UK leave the EU without a Withdrawal Agreement. Citizens' rights were included in this ordonnance and the...

5 August 2019

Two days of intensive lobbying in Brussels

The BiE advocacy team were in Brussels (23-24 July 2019) with our friends from the3million to push for the ring-fencing of citizens rights whilst in London the Conservative Party elected a new...

25 July 2019

An impassioned plea to protect citizens' rights

Imagine the scene — a modern conference room in the sprawling office complex of Berlaymont, a building which Brexiters love to imagine as the pulsating heart of the Evil Empire. A delegation of...

19 July 2019
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