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  • A new guide for EU, EEA and Swiss citizens on viewing and proving their immigration status.

    Created: 07/07/2021

    From 01 July 2021, EU, EEA and Swiss citizens and their family members who were granted settled status under the EU Settlement Scheme will need to evidence their rights in the UK with their immigration status, for example to work.

    EU, EEA and Swiss citizens who have applied for a UK visa (including permission to stay) using the ID Check app or by visiting a Visa Application Centre are also granted an immigration status.

    The Home Office has published a new guide for EU, EEA and Swiss citizens on viewing and proving their immigration status (eVisa). It explains how people can view and prove their immigration status, update their details, what they should expect when crossing the UK border and how to get help accessing their immigration status. It is important that EU, EEA and Swiss citizens and their family members keep their personal details up to date and inform the Home Office if their travel document changes, using the View and Prove service.

    Home Office colleagues would be grateful if you share the guide with your networks and direct EU, EEA and Swiss citizens to it for more information.




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