December 2018 - EU citizens’ rights in the event of a ‘No Deal’ Brexit
The Government has published a policy paper on citizens’ rights in the event of a no deal Brexit. It confirms that in the event of no deal, the EU Settlement Scheme will continue to be implemented, enabling EU citizens and their family members living in the UK by 29 March 2019 to secure their status and continue to be able to work, study, and access benefits and services in the UK on the same basis after we exit the EU as they do now. The scheme will be fully open by 30 March 2019 as planned. The planned application deadline will be brought forward to 31 December 2020 in the event of no deal.
EU Settled Status Scheme - the next phase of the roll-out has now been confirmed by the Home Office- October 2018
EU Settled Status - Details of the new settled status scheme for EU Citizens living in the UK - September 2018
Home Office issues guidance on the Settlement Scheme for EU Citizens - June 2018
Recording of the 'Brexit Briefing' presentation for EU staff at the University given on 1 March 2018 by Alex Russell of the law firm Mills & Reeve LLP
UK Government Update on EU citizens arriving in the UK during the implementation period - February 2018
A summary by Paragon Law of what has been agreed for EU Citizens and some good news for those holding permanent residence documents - January 2018
Whatever lies ahead, our international community of staff and students will remain at the heart of our University.
Our University has always been a supportive, inclusive, caring and positive community. We warmly welcome those of different cultures, ethnicities and beliefs – indeed this very diversity is vital to our success, it is fundamental to our values and enriches life on campus. Now more than ever we will ensure our University is a place where diversity is welcomed, cherished and respected.
EEA/EU Immigration Advice for Staff Information for students Research and the EU referendum EU referendum and guidance EU Referendum communications and useful links
Our international community of staff and students are at the heart of our University. Our University has always been a supportive, inclusive, caring and positive community. We warmly welcome those of different cultures ethnicities and beliefs – indeed this very diversity is vital to our success, it is fundamental to our values and enriches life on campus. In the context of recent political events, we will now, more than ever, ensure our University is a place where diversity is welcomed, cherished and respected.
If you are an EU national currently living and working here
If you are an EU national living and working here, there has not yet been a change to your existing rights and status, nor has there been a change to the rights of UK nationals in the EU as a result of the Referendum. We understand, however, that continued uncertainty about the future situation is difficult. Although it is not possible to predict what changes will take place as a result of EU exit process, we will continue to monitor the situation so that we are prepared to provide support and advice to you at the appropriate time.
If you have questions or concerns at any time, please do share these with us so we can continue to review and improve our support to you.
Frequently Asked Questions
If you are considering making an application to evidence your existing immigration status in the UK, or wish to explore options for UK Citizenship, further information is available on our EEA/EU Immigration Advice for Staff page.
If you are an EU national applying to work with us at Nottingham
We continue to welcome international applications in all areas of the University.
There is further advice on our Applying from Overseas web pages, including practical guidance for making the move to Nottingham.
If you are considering applying, or have been offered a job here and have any concerns at all about the prospect of living and working with us in Nottingham, please contact us at: email@example.com.