The UK government has given more details of the latest settled resident status for EU nationals. It has given reassurance to the nationals of the EU and their family members. The operational details of the latest settled resident status have been revealed by the UK.
EU nationals who will apply to remain in the UK after Brexit will not have their applications refused for trifle technical issues. Discretion will be exercised by caseworkers wherever it is suitable. Majority of the cases can be expected to be approved, elaborated the UK government.
Statutory rights of appeal will also be given to the EU nationals. This will be on par with their current rights. They can exercise this right through directive for free movement if their applications are not successful.
The details of the settled resident status were shared with the EU in a technical document sent by the UK government. This reiterates the manner in which the streamlining of the new system will be done. It will be user-friendly and cost-effective as well. The EU nationals will also be consulted regarding its design, elaborated the technical document.
Theresa May the Prime Minister of UK has also highlighted the issue of protection of rights of the citizens. She said this was crucial for both the EU nationals in the UK and UK nationals in the EU. This is the first priority for negotiations, added May. Agreement in this regard will be soon achieved, said Theresa May recently.
Amber Rudd the UK Home Secretary said that EU nationals in the UK are making a tremendous contribution to the nation. The UK government wants them to remain in the country, added Rudd.
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