Camden Advice on EU Settlement Scheme

The Government is intending to leave the European Union. This WILL affect people with EU passports living in the UK (except Irish citizens).

The Government has set up a scheme to allow EU citizens to get “Settled Status” and be able to stay in the UK indefinitely.

In partnership with Citizens Advice Camden and Camden Community Law Centre, Camden Council are holding a FREE information session on Wednesday 23 October from 5pm to 8pm at Holborn library, 32-38 Theobalds Road, WC1X 8PA.

The Council says:

The sessions will give EU citizens an opportunity to ask questions relating to the application process, such as advising them on their status and the documents they will require to apply.  We will also have some of Camden Council’s Registration team on hand, offering ID verification and help with instructions on how people can register themselves. The Council’s ID verification service is free for Camden residents only. They will need to bring proof of residence with them (e.g. utility bill, council tax, or bank statement), and should also bring their passports if they require assistance completing the registration on site.

Non-residents can refer to https://www.camden.gov.uk/eu-settlement-scheme for further information and appointments for the Council’s EU settlement scheme ID verification.

There is no need to book an appointment – people can just drop in.

They can also visit www.camden.gov.uk/brexit for support and advice.

Anyone wishing to attend who may require additional support (e.g. sign language interpretation) should please contact the EU Make Camden team by emailing eumakecamden@camden.gov.uk.

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