Brexit: Progress in the negotiations: citizens’ rights and what you can do NOW

UPDATE 11 April 2019 On 10 April 2019, the European Council agreed to a further extension to allow for the ratification of the Withdrawal Agreement by both Parties. Such an extension should last as long as necessary and, in any event, no longer than 31 October 2019. The European Council also recalled that, under Article 50(3) TEU, the Withdrawal Agreement may enter into force on an earlier date, should the Parties complete their respective ratification …

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European Travel Information and Authorisation System

British citizens may have to apply online and pay to travel to Europe , under plans being drawn up by the bloc for a visa waiver programme similar to the US system. The proposed scheme would cover entry to the passport-free 26-nation Schengen zone – of which Britain was not a member even before Brexit,   from citizens of those countries that are designated as not needing a visa to enter. THIS DOES NOT CURRENTLY APPLY TO …

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BREXIT

On 29 March 2017, the British government triggered Article 50, which begins the formal process of the UK leaving the EU.Currently there are no changes to the rights and obligations of British citizens living or visiting Spain, but if or more likely when changes are confirmed I will post information here, you can also check the UK Government’s own links here and here as updates occur.

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