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Settled and Pre-Settled status applications

Residence

Family members

People with pre-settled status need to make sure they spend at least 6 months out of every 12, in the UK, in order to qualify for settled status.

If you have pre-settled status, you will need to make a new application for settled status, it will not be granted automatically.

If your children are not British, they will also need settled or pre-settled status after the end of June, even if born in the UK.

The deadline for most people to apply under the EUSS is the end of June 2021.

You need to apply for settled status if you applied for citizenship with PR and will not have your ceremony before the end of June.

Settled and Pre-Settled status applications

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  • Update your EUSS details

    You can now update your details online if you got a new passport.

    You will need a photo or scan of you new document to upload.

    This photo should not have any reflections nor glare on it.

    If you see an error message when you try to access your status, you need to contact the resolution centre to fix it. See: Resolution Centre.

    If you were granted pre-settled status, you can apply for settled...
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  • Settlement Scheme Resolution Centre


    If your passport or ID card has expired and you can't renew these documents in time, you need to contact the resolution centre and ask for a paper form to apply with the expired document.


    If you experience any issues with your application or have any questions about it, you may wish to contact the Settlement Scheme Resolution Centre. They should be able to help with common technical issues experienced by applicants such as:

    Trouble...
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  • EU Settlement Scheme dates and deadlines, citizens rights and family reunion

    The transition period has come to an end. This also means the routes highlighted in red have now closed.
    Deadline for EEA and Swiss nationals to move to the UK and be eligible to apply for pre-settled status December 31st 2020
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  • Unmarried partners

    Unmarried partners

    A spouse, civil partner or durable partner can only be sponsored under the EUSS if the relationship was in place before the end of 2020.
    Please note that, so far, all applications by unmarried partners made directly under the EUSS without first obtaining the family permit or having obtained the residence card (aroute now closed to new applications), have been refused. This is important to point out, because time is running out and, if someone decided to make such an application...
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  • Who needs to apply under the EU settlement scheme

    If you have pre-settled status, you will need to apply for settled status before your pre-settled status expires.

    You will not obtain settled status automatically.

    You will need to make a new application to obtain settled status.
    Need to apply Do not need to apply
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  • Submitting a new application for settled or pre-settled status

    The Home Office Guidance was updated at the end of last year to cover multiple applications.

    In order to make a new application for pre-settled status, you'll need to show:
    1. Having been here at least one day before the end of 2020; and
    2. No more than 6 months ago, on the day you make the application.

    On page 51 of the EUSS Guidance you'll find:

    Further applications

    An applicant can only have one grant of limited or indefinite leave...
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  • How to prove and share EUSS settled and pre-settled status

    How to prove and share your rights and status in the UK

    EUSS settled and pre-settled status are digital, that means the status is based on records held in the Home Office database and not on holding a physical document to prove the status.

    EEA nationals only get a digital status.

    EEA nationals do not get issued with a card or any physical document, see below for proving your status.


    Non EEA family members...
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  • Getting a biometric card (BRC) under the EU settlement scheme

    The information contained here is only for non EEA family members

    EEA nationals are not issued with a physical document, such as a biometric card, when obtaining settled or pre-settled status. EEA nationals only get a digital status, see: How to prove and share EUSS settled and pre-settled status - UKCEN Citizenship and Residence for European Nationals and their families

    Non EEA family members who apply for settled or pre-settled status with...
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  • Your rights with settled and pre-settled status - benefits, children and absences from the UK

    If you have pre-settled status, you will need to apply for settled status before your pre-settled status expires.

    You will not obtain settled status automatically.

    You will need to make a new application to obtain settled status.
    Pre-settled status Settled status
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  • Criminality and suitability

    Criminality questions

    The online application form has the following questions.

    It is important to answer the questions truthfully. Failure to do so may be grounds for refusal.

    If you have criminal convictions or fall into any of the categories listed below who would be referred to Immigration Enforcement, you should seek legal advice before you apply.


    See Legal advice

    The criminality section...
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  • Applicants without capacity or requiring help to apply

    For EEA citizens resident in the UK before the specified date, the Home Office has put in place a comprehensive vulnerability strategy to ensure that the EUSS is accessible to all, including those requiring someone to make an application on their behalf. They are also engaging with relevant stakeholders, such as the Department for Health and Social Care, the Local Government Association, the Association of Directors of Adult Social Services and the Devolved Administrations, to assess the needs...
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  • Help with EUSS applications for vulnerable people



    Vulnerable people can get support with their application. These include people in the following categories:
    • elderly
    • isolated
    • disabled
    • looked after children (in the care of the local authority)
    • people with significant language or literacy problems
    • people with mental health issues
    • homeless people or those without a permanent address
    • victims of domestic abuse
    • victims of trafficking
    They may be able to:
    • find the nearest location to get face-to-face help;
    • find
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  • Multilingual resources for settled and pre-settled status applications

    These materials support EU, EEA and Swiss citizens applying under the EU Settlement Scheme. They are provided in 26 EU languages, including Welsh and Irish.

    Translated materials published by the Home Office
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  • How your data is used

    Information from the Home Office regarding the use of your personal information ...
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