Friends, we are following for you the negotiations between the European Union and the UK, and we find that their end is not visible. Currently, the general framework of the arrangements is set and the main interests of both parties. The end of the divorce between the island state and United Europe is March 2019. and until then we expect a long discussion on various legal and economic issues. We draw your attention to the fact that none of the draft rules outlined below is yet valid, and that the most recent agreements are likely to have much time and change.
Teresa Mae’s team strives to achieve a number of benefits for British Citizens going abroad as well as a visa-free regime that is good for us – the Europeans – because it will have to make concessions related to our residence and civilians our rights.
The recent information concerning the children of European workers in the UK was that they would not automatically obtain British passports, but we already have reason to believe that this inconvenience will be corrected for us.
In early December last year, Reuters distributed a draft of a European Parliament resolution saying that future children of couples from Europe would have all the rights negotiated during the current negotiations, whether they were born in the UK or not. However, we still do not have this solution in black and white and we are excited by the final deal.
Also according to this draft, UK workers will have the right to take with them family members as well as partners with whom they have a preliminary link. However, there is no guarantee of future relationships and partnerships that have arisen since they arrived on British soil. In particular, the leaked information reads: “Family members in close kinship, as well as permanent residents residing outside the state will receive protection of the Agreement, and the same applies to children born in the future or outside the UK.”
Moreover, the same document assumes that European Citizens will be able to “export all goods to be exported” by the state. This is a step forward for us following the condition that David Cameron had won and which prevented the sending of child allowances to a European country.
As progress, we can also evaluate and plan the families of European citizens to apply for settlement, spending less money on them and submitting a reduced number of documents.
We at Training Center Raya will continue to be interested in informing you of the progress of the negotiations. We realize that they concern the fate of all of us and we hope for the best possible conditions in which to live and work in the state we have chosen.
Meanwhile, visit our English courses, study English grammar, build up your vocabulary with our help! Knowing English will give you the opportunity to be independent in the provision of information and save you money to use services that, because of poor knowledge of the language, you are prevented from doing yourself.
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Written by Iveta Radeva
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