Nationals of the European Union would be able to visit the United Kingdom after Brexit without visas.
It was confirmed by Whitehall sources that included in the plans for an immigration system in the post-Brexit UK, which is scheduled to be published later this year, was a visa-free entry for EU citizens.
This, however, does not imply that EU nationals could stay indefinitely in the country, it was reported on 17 August. To be able to work in the UK, it is needed that new migration restrictions have to be adhered to by them.
It has been stated time and again by Ministers that although with Brexit the government will have the power to restrict immigration, it in no way means that they want to put an end it completely. They want to allow companies to continue to recruit skilled workers hailing from the EU.
Conservative MPs favouring Brexit were quoted as telling the Times that they were pleased with the idea of allowing EU nationals to visit the UK visa-free. Andrew Bridgen said that he was not against EU citizens entering the country. It only meant that they won’t be able to work there or claim benefits, added Bridgen.
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