The government set out further details on the UK’s points-based system. These new arrangements will take effect from 1 January 2021, once freedom of movement with the European Union (EU) has ended.
It will treat EU and non-EU citizens equally and aims to attract people who can contribute to the UK’s economy. Irish citizens will continue to be able to enter and live in the UK as they do now.
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From 1 January 2021, free movement will end and the UK will introduce a points-based immigration system. The new system will treat EU and non-EU citizens equally and transform the way in which all migrants come to the UK to work.
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The UK Points based immigration system is changing. For a guide on the upcoming changes and an introduction to the new points-based immigration system and how it affects EU students, please follow the link below: New UK PBS & EU Students
The Home Office has published Guidance for caseworkers considering applications under the EU Settlement Scheme. These guidance tells caseworkers how to consider applications made under the EU Settlement Scheme and provides clarity on the latest rules that apply to EU nationals as they navigate the changes in rules that apply to them and their family as a result of Brexit. For further details, please follow the link provided to the relevant guidance.
Coronavirus (COVID-19): For advice for visa customers and applicants in the UK, visa customers outside of the UK and British nationals overseas who need to apply for a passport affected by travel restrictions associated with coronavirus, please refer to the guidance in provided by the UK Home Office
For detailed guidance and support provided by the UK government in relation to Coronavirus (COVID-19). Please refer to the guidance & support pages of .gov.uk
Statement of changes to the Immigration Rules published on 20 December 2018