Post-Brexit Resident Rights – At Last, a Definitive Document

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        .. that sets out the binding framework to protect Brits in Europe and Europeans in UK, known as TF50 (2017) 20 – Commission to EU 27

        These permanent residence rights to be effective at 2300hrs on March 29, 2019, UK time.

        Key points:

        – to assume continuance of our resident permit and conditions as now we must be physically in country (in this case #Greece) at the mentioned time above.

        – related fresh documents and the costs and the administrative process is to be as simple and un-complex as possible (with the #Greeks is that possible)

        – as long as no breach of current status of stay, our rights have to be continued

        – retirement and healthcare rights continue un-changed

        The document is easy to read in its bullet point type structure.

        TF50 (2017) 20 – Commission to EU 27 is agreed by all 27 member states, the #EU Commission and the #UK Government.

        The pdf document "Citizen’s Rights" was issued on 8 December 2017 is below as an attachment.

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        Hope that is helpful….

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            The recent round of visits by staff of the Heraklion Vice Consulate to all four prefectures on Crete during the end of November 2018, re-affirms the document agreed upon in December 2017.

            What came out of those meetings was the lack of understanding on behalf of many Brit residents in Crete of the requirements of having a buff (temporary – 5 year first issued document) or the Blue – permanent status document (issued once at the end of the first five years). All pensioners need a permit. All residence that lasts longer than 3 months for under 65s require a buff residence permit.

            Embassy and consulate staff recommend where it applies that for all Brits residents living in Greece or spending more than 3 months here should convert to the Blue document prior to the UK leaving the EU. If the Buff document is less than 5 years old then wait until it expires and convert to the blue document. It should be that easy to do and cost nothing.

             

             

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