BREXIT-What you need to know if you are a UK National

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BREXIT: What you need to know if you are a UK National

Brexit is finally coming into force next 1 January 2021 which changes the status UK nationals had in Spain up to this moment. Spain and the United Kingdom have signed a Withdrawal Agreement to protect United Kingdom nationals residing in Spain at the end of the transition period, as well as their third-country relatives, being members of the family before the end of the transition period (except for future children).

Unless covered by the subjective scope of the Withdrawal Agreement, United Kingdom nationals entering Spain after 1 January 2021 shall be considered as third-country nationals. Therefore, the general immigration regime will apply to them, unless a future mobility scheme is negotiated within the framework of the future relationship being negotiated between the UK and the EU.

CLICK HERE to find the most important information you need to consider if you are a UK national moving to or living in Spain:

  • Residency
  • Healthcare
  • Passport & travel
  • Working in Spain
  • Driving in Spain

 

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