• Thoughts on the Citizens’ Rights Agreement

    By MediVisas on December 8, 2017 in Uncategorized

    Following the progress made in the negotiations between the UK and the EU on withdrawal, a joint technical note has been published which reflects the positions of both parties on the future rights of EEA nationals in the UK and UK nationals in the EEA. 12 points in the document worth noting: The specified date is the date of the

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  • Home Office Update Nationality Policy Guidance

    By MediVisas on July 27, 2017 in Uncategorized

    Guidance documents used by UK Visas & Immigration when deciding applications for British nationality has been extensively updated today:

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  • EU Citizens Statement from the Prime Minister

    By MediVisas on June 26, 2017 in Uncategorized

    Summary of points: Must be reciprocal Certainty, wants to put to rest anxiety No EU citizen currently in the UK lawfully will be asked to leave Any EU citizens with 5 years continuous residence at cut off date will be able to stay and treated as UK citizen for healthcare, education, pensions Any here for less than 5 years at

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  • EEA Nationals – further questions answered (January 2017)

    By MediVisas on January 26, 2017 in Uncategorized

    Yesterday, it was confirmed the government will have to consult Parliament on their plans to leave the EU, and there will be a Parliamentary vote on this. It is unlikely this will make a huge difference to EEA nationals living in the UK, who still do not have their future status confirmed. We still advise EEA nationals in the UK

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  • UK’s EEA citizens need help, not fear

    By MediVisas on January 19, 2017 in Uncategorized

    Victoria in yesterday’s Guardian: I take issue with some of the information in your article (EU citizens in UK could face deliberate hostility policy after Brexit,, 16 January) and with the fears that it may create in EEA nationals. As an immigration adviser and representative of 19 years’ standing, it remains my belief that the government will not create the

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