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European Temporary Leave to Remain (Euro TLR)?

Britain’s current Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, has vowed to take the United Kingdom out of the European Union on 31 January 2020, if re-elected on the 12 December 2019. The departure of the UK from the EU, under the current framework of the Brexit deal, will effectively end free movement with the EU meaning that EU nationals residing in the UK will need to seek leave to remain.

The European Temporary Leave to Remain (Euro TLR) aims to provide 36-month temporary immigration status. EU nationals who do not hold the Euro TLR will be required to leave the UK by 31 December 2020.

From 31 January 2020 to 31 December 2020, there will be a transition period during which EU citizens along with their family members may move to the UK to live, work, study and access public services and benefits as they currently do.

The Euro TLR aims to a secure transition to a new immigration system which will be implemented from January 2021 onwards. EU nationals wishing to remain in the UK beyond the 36 months provided will need to apply for immigration status under the new system. The route is not yet open.

Why Choose Westkin Associates?

EXPERIENCE

Westkin Associates has over 8 decades of combined immigration law experience, with specialist solicitors working on every aspect of immigration law. We have assisted over 41,000 applicants over our years of operation. We are confident that we will be able to deliver expert legal advice and services to suit your needs.

SUPPORT

Our immigration lawyers understand how complex and stress-inducing immigration applications can be and promise to walk you through the process, step-by-step.

During our initial consultation, we will assess the merits of your application as well as the likelihood of success. We will also detail how to strengthen your application and make the best case for yourself. Within 24 hours our client care letter will be sent over to you detailing our discussion, the advice given to you, and the required documents you will need to send over for the application.

After this, we check the documentation and ensure that everything is in order and complete the application on your behalf. We will then follow up with the Home Office and ensure that any updates on your application are sent to you as soon as possible.

ACTS FAST

Westkin Associates has a strong track record of meeting tight deadlines and acting quickly to ensure that your application is received by the Home Office.

After providing an initial consultation on your case, we will send you a client care letter containing a detailed and accurate checklist of documents that you will need to submit.

Once we have received these documents, we will send off your documents as soon as possible, making sure that it is received by the Home Office within the set deadline.

PLANS AHEAD

Unlike other law firms, our lawyers work hard to ensure that you understand the application process as well as the potential risks and opportunities that lie ahead. We create a roadmap showing you how we can get you to settled status, or even citizenship, as smoothly as possible.

FAIR PRICING

Westkin prides itself on its strong sense of ethics and fair pricing. Unlike other law firms, we agree on fixed fees for the specific services we provide. This means that there are no hidden costs.

How can I claim settled status?

To claim settled status, you will need to have arrived in the UK before 31 October 2019 and you must have resided in the UK for a continuous period of at least 5 years.

For more information on the EU settled status route click here.

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European Temporary Leave to Remain FAQ's

Currently, the Euro TLR is not open. Britain is currently in the middle of a general election which will be held on 12 December. If the current government is re-elected, we can expect the route to be open shortly.
Unfortunately, if you do not hold a Euro TLR, or permitted leave to remain, by 31 December 2020 you may be subject to immigration controls and administrative removal. The Euro TLR provides leave to remain for EU citizens only for 36 months. After this period, you will need to switch over to an approved immigration status.
The EU settlement scheme has been set up to provide EU citizens residing in the UK a pathway to permanent residence.
Following the UK withdrawal from the EU, there will be a transition period from the 31 January 2020 to 31 December 2020. During this period, EU citizens along with their family members may move to the UK to live, work, study and access public services and benefits as they currently do. The Euro TLR provides leave to remain for EU citizens only for 36 months. After this period, you will need to switch over to an approved immigration status.
Applications for settled status are currently open. To be eligible for settled status you will need to have arrived in the UK before 31 October 2019 and have continuously resided in the UK for at least five years before the application. If you haven’t stayed in the UK for five you will be eligible for “pre-settled status” which may allow you to stay until they have reached the five-year threshold.
Our expert and friendly lawyers are happy to walk you through the complexities behind immigration and help you to secure your immigration status. You can contact us by phone at: 0207 118 4546 or by email at info@westkin.com

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