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Brexit

Our policy advocacy in the area of Brexit focuses on the implications of the UK's departure from the EU for EU and EEA nationals and their families.

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Law Centre NI's policy advocacy in the area of Brexit focuses on the implications of the UK's departure from the EU for EU and EEA nationals and their families.

We have collaborated with the Institute for Conflict Research to provide information on: current EU rights; case studies illustrating the concerns of EU nationals; links to sources of further information; and resources to support those who are providing information to EEA migrants (in relation to their rights and entitlements).

The Brexit and eYou project aims to support EU nationals (including those based in the border regions who work, or access services, in Northern Ireland) to engage with decision-makers and to build their capacity to advocate for protection of their rights.

Information on Brexit

Law Centre NI is working to inform and advise those who will be affected by Brexit, in particular EU/EEA nationals living and working in NI or in border areas in the Republic of Ireland...

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Brexit case studies

These case studies outline the main concerns of EU/EEA nationals in relation to education, healthcare, pensions, residency and work.

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Settled status and how to apply

EU citizens living in the UK need to apply to the EU Settlement Scheme. This section contains answers to some of the most frequently asked questions regarding this scheme.

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Useful contacts and resources

In this section you will find additional sources of information on your rights and entitlements after Brexit.

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Contact your local political representative

In this section you will find contact details for your MPs, MLAs and MEPs, along with a range of other politicians working on, or with a special interest in, Brexit issues.

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