Brexit transition: time is running out
There are new rules for businesses and citizens from 1 January 2021.
What can I do now to prepare?
Some actions, which are not dependent on negotiations, can be taken now by you, your family or your business to prepare for the UK’s exit from the EU.
How can I prepare my businesses for Brexit?
If you trade any goods or services with the EU, check what you need to do if you:
What do I need to do as an EU citizen living in Mid Devon?
The UK government has reached an agreement with the EU that will protect the rights of EU citizens and their family members living in the UK. It has also reached an agreement with Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein, and a separate agreement with Switzerland.
These agreements mean that most citizens from these countries will need to apply to continue living in the UK as they do now.
If you or your family are from the EU, or from Switzerland, Norway, Iceland or Liechtenstein, check whether you need to apply to the settlement scheme.
How should I prepare if I'm planning to live and work in an EU country after Brexit?
Living and working in an EU country after Brexit depends on the rules in that country.
You may need to register or apply for residency. You should check that you’re covered for healthcare.
You may also need to exchange your UK driving licence for a licence issued by the EU country where you intend to live.
Visit GOV.UK - UK Nationals living in the EU to check what you need to do.