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Post-Brexit freedom of movement question

Old Sep 21st 2020, 3:46 am
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Default Post-Brexit freedom of movement question

Will British people residing within the EU after the date of Brexit, who have completed the relevant registration paperwork, be able to continue to move between countries within the EU member states?

Just to clarify this question pertains to employment, holidays etc.

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Old Sep 21st 2020, 4:24 am
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No.We will have the same status as Ukrainians or Albanians. The Bresiteers are getting what they campaigned for. Exclusion.
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Old Sep 21st 2020, 6:28 am
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Default Re: Post-Brexit freedom of movement question

If they're resident in the EU, UK citizens won't need to apply for a visa or ETIAS when travelling within the EU on holiday. If they're residing and travelling completely within the Schengen Zone, under normal circumstances there won't be any border checks but in future (I think) they are supposed not to be in the Schengen Zone outside their country of residence for more than 90 days in any 180. I can't see how anybody would know if they were to exceed that though.

There are no special provisions for UK citizens currently resident in EU countries with regard to moving to another EU member state to live. For that they'd be treated as a third country national unless they (had) acquired citizenship of an EU member state.
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Old Sep 21st 2020, 9:05 am
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Default Re: Post-Brexit freedom of movement question

Originally Posted by Red Eric View Post
If they're resident in the EU, UK citizens won't need to apply for a visa or ETIAS when travelling within the EU on holiday. If they're residing and travelling completely within the Schengen Zone, under normal circumstances there won't be any border checks but in future (I think) they are supposed not to be in the Schengen Zone outside their country of residence for more than 90 days in any 180. I can't see how anybody would know if they were to exceed that though.

There are no special provisions for UK citizens currently resident in EU countries with regard to moving to another EU member state to live. For that they'd be treated as a third country national unless they (had) acquired citizenship of an EU member state.
i was under the impression that if as a British citizen resident within an EU country after Brexit should you decide to change countries within the EU you may lose any acquired UK rights written into the Withdrawal agreement.
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Default Re: Post-Brexit freedom of movement question

Originally Posted by Loafing Along View Post
i was under the impression that if as a British citizen resident within an EU country after Brexit should you decide to change countries within the EU you may lose any acquired UK rights written into the Withdrawal agreement.
Yes, that is also true

"Will", I think, rather than "may".
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Old Sep 28th 2020, 9:01 am
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Default Re: Post-Brexit freedom of movement question

A BBC article says this.-

'From 2022, UK nationals must pay for an electronic authorisation to travel to the Schengen area - similar to the ESTA system in the US.'

This seems to disagree with posts above?

https://www.bbc.com/news/explainers-54195827
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Default Re: Post-Brexit freedom of movement question

Originally Posted by spainrico View Post
A BBC article says this.-

'From 2022, UK nationals must pay for an electronic authorisation to travel to the Schengen area - similar to the ESTA system in the US.'

This seems to disagree with posts above?

https://www.bbc.com/news/explainers-54195827
“To”, not “within”.
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Thank you BritInParis - a classic example of needing to read the small print!
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Thank you BritInParis - a classic example of needing to read the small print!
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