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What is next for EU citizens in Scotland and what you can do to support them
Created: 03/12/2021, Updated: 06/12/2021
When: 15:00, Tuesday 07 December 2021 Where: Zoom call, online This event is being organised by Citizens Rights Project This particular event is free to attend, so no payment is required.
It is too late to book a place for this particular session, sorry about that.
Citizens Rights Project has organised a FREE webinar in collaboration with Settled and Feniks about the latest issues experienced by EU citizens in Scotland when applying to the EU Settlement Scheme or accessing, updating, and proving their migration status.
This will take place at 15:00 on Tuesday 07 December via Zoom.
Although the deadline has passed, the issues with the scheme are far from over. In fact, cases are increasingly more complex, and we need to act now.
This online event will highlight what is next for EU citizens in Scotland, why it is important to continue talking about the EU Settlement scheme, and what you can do to help us raise awareness about it and support them.
It is aimed at case and frontline workers in consulates, local authorities, third sector and community organisations, and any individuals providing support and services to people who might be facing barriers when applying to the scheme or accessing their migrant status.
In this online seminar, you will hear key notions about the scheme so you can help the people you support or refer them to the right service, including:
A brief reminder about the EU Settlement Scheme and why it is still relevant.
Late applications to the scheme.
How to access, update and prove the digital status.
Joining family members
Switching from pre-settled to settled
Proving the right to work
Do not hesitate to contact us should you have any questions.