There are potential implications for those traveling to and from the UK post Brexit for EU nationals who are resident in the UK and their relatives who may wish to visit.
We will specify the necessary documents in the case of a decision to return to their country of origin. Since the Brexit referendum, we have seen rising tensions in some communities and many EU nationals have reported feeling less secure and welcome here in the UK.
After Brexit Support will seek to provide support to ensure that tensions and prejudice do not escalate due to ignorance and misinformation.
We will launch educational campaigns for employers both related to the right to work of employees from the EU and on changes in trade relations with the EU.
There are many factors that will need to be considered as government policy has not yet been decided.
Our website is multi lingual and can be viewed in English, Polish, Romanian, Russian…
Why we do it
After Brexit Support was not set up to make any judgments on the electorate's decision for Britain to leave the European Union. A democratic decision has been made and there is plenty of work to do now to ensure that this decision does not have a negative impact on all of us. ABS exists to ensure that everyone affected by the Brexit process and the ongoing political negotiations, understands the implications for them personally. Therefore, we undertake to provide accurate information to those that need it in a form that is most easily understood, whether that be in English or their mother tongue. ABS promotes respect for the rights of individuals, and businesses that employ them, by caring for people regardless of their country of origin, skin colour or religion. We hope that all of us living in the UK are unified in our goal to make the UK as strong, united and prosperous as we possibly can after the UK has left the EU.
UK Citizens abroad
UK Citizens abroad
UK Citizens abroad Just over 4.5 million Britons live abroad, with approximately 1.3 million people born in the UK currently living in other EU countries (according to 2017 estimates from the United Nations). Since June last year, one of the most popular topics for queries has been how expats and people who own property in EU countries might be affected by Brexit. They are also feeling uncertainty for their futures as the Brexit negotiations have not yet cemented the reciprocal arrangements for UK nationals with regard to residency, healthcare and social support.