UK: High chances to deport EU citizens

 

Less than three months before the deadline for EU citizens residing in the UK, the number of EU citizens who have applied for this status is about 5 million. 

Although the country is now a non-EU member after the Brexit, the number of people who have applied to settle in the UK and continue to live there is higher than the number of EU citizens registered before the end of December 2019 (3.7 million) according to SchengenVisaInfo.

 

Many EU citizens currently living in the UK have not yet applied. Since many European citizens have lived in the UK for many years without a passport, and passport processing offices have been closed throughout Europe during the pandemic, many people still cannot obtain the necessary documents to obtain their residency status, especially for vulnerable groups. 

Now, many groups including members of the British Parliament, other officials and EU civil rights activists have expressed their concerns about what will happen to those who have not applied and the possibility of expelling them from the UK. 

 

Just last month, the Czech Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs sent Renáta Plachetková, a member of the Czech Romani community, to the UK to warn Czech citizens, including the Romani community, if they are not granted residency rights, by June 30th, the probability of being deported is high.

 She said: “The number of representatives of the Czech community in Great Britain is estimated to be 120,000, of which 70,000 represent the Romani community.”

Now, many groups including members of the British Parliament, other officials and EU civil rights activists have expressed their concerns about what will happen to those who have not applied and the possibility of expelling them from the UK. . Just last month, the Czech Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs sent Renáta Plachetková, a member of the Czech Romance community, to the UK for a visit and warned Czech citizens in the UK, including the Romance community, if they are not granted residency rights, June 2021 On the 30th, the probability of being deported is high. She said: “The number of representatives of the Czech community in Great Britain is estimated to be 120,000, of which 70,000 represent the Romani community.”

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