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Brexit Q&A podcast: your questions answered


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Many thanks to everyone who recorded and sent in questions for the Brexit podcast. I have not been able to answer all the questions that were submitted but I have selected a few that I think are of general interest as a way of addressing some of the issues faced by EEA nationals and their families in the wake of the referendum vote and ensuing uncertainty. I hope it helps and perhaps offers some reassurance.

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If you think the podcast has been helpful, please do leave a comment below. If the collective reception seems positive, I might try the exercise again in a few weeks and invite more questions.

The question topics this time are:

  1. The rights of EEA national children (specifically a child in care)
  2. Losing our EU citizenship
  3. Benefits of naturalisation and possible consequences for a family member
  4. How long applications take and how to contact Home Office in the meantime
  5. Situation of a EEA national spouse of a British citizen without health insurance
  6. Previously periods of employment but no longer working
  7. Need to declare speed awareness course
  8. Continuing to visit and move between the UK and EEA countries after Brexit

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Colin Yeo

Immigration and asylum barrister, blogger, writer and consultant at Garden Court Chambers in London and founder of the Free Movement immigration law website.


2 Responses

  1. How do I get my CPD points for listening to this pod cast.

    There is normally a link.

    Michael Murphy.