Once EU citizens with pre-determined status have accumulated five years of legal residence in the UK, they can apply for their resident status to be revalued to a permanent status (settled status), which gives them more rights and better protection. If you have residence rights under the withdrawal agreement, you also have the right to be treated on an equal footing with nationals of the country in which you live and not to be discriminated against. Overall, they have the same rights to work, education and access to benefits and services as they did before the UK left the EU. The person who makes a decision about your benefits will look at all the details of their work, including how much you earn, how many hours you work and how long you work regularly. If you leave your job towards the end of your pregnancy or shortly after the birth of your baby, you may be able to retain your right to reside as an airtime worker. The joint reports provide an overview of progress in implementing the new resident status and issuing residence documents attesting to this status for EU citizens in the UK and for UK nationals in EU Member States. You may be able to extend your 3 months by a short period if you can prove that you probably have a job. This is called the « real prospect of a work test. » Get an adjustment (sometimes called a « sick note ») from a family doctor who says why you can`t work. The citizens` rights provisions in the VA establish a framework for the continuation of legal residence (and related rights) of EU citizens residing in the UK and British nationals living in the EU at the end of the transition period (or the « implementation phase »). Individuals can rely directly on the VA to assert their rights. The provisions apply only to persons who are in a cross-border situation at the end of the transition period (WAB explanatory notes are called « protected cohort »). The UK and the EU agreed on Friday (March 23rd) that the same will be true for EU nationals entering the UK and THE UK during the transposition period. The European Commission and the IMA are required to submit annual reports on the implementation and implementation of citizens` rights provisions in the VA, including the number and nature of complaints received.
For the most part, EU citizens and British nationals meet these conditions when they do: it may take longer than usual to get a decision if you apply for benefits that have the right of residence status. If your claim is rejected, speak to a counsellor. You can keep your worker status for up to 52 weeks (1 year) if you stop working. The IMA will oversee the UK`s implementation of civil rights parties. The European Commission will play the same role on behalf of EU Member States towards British citizens living in the EU. Like the Commission, the IMA has the authority (but not mandatory) to make requests at the request of the Secretary of State, ministers of the decentralized territories or complaints from persons within the scope of the agreements. It can also open its own investigations. The IMA also has the power to intervene in judicial proceedings and to request judicial review (in Scotland, the supervisory jurisdiction of the Court of Session).