London (dpa) – Many EU citizens living legally in Great Britain may have their rights endangered, the British Home Office has said.
In that letter, the company quoted 3 million on Twitter: Those who mentioned “you can no longer work or use public services” apply for the position if the (before) solution is not called.
The settlement plan aims to ensure the rights of EU citizens
However, the letter was sent to many who had long held this status. The immigration program aims to provide citizens MeThose who lived in the country before the final Brexit were guaranteed the same rights they had before leaving the EU.
“What is happening to EU citizens in Great Britain is inconsistent with the British government’s friendly statements,” said Mike Bone, the organization’s founder. If they do not stand in line on long, limited telephone lines, the contacted EU citizens will feel the “full severity of the hostile immigration regime.” The Home Ministry should be responsible for its adequate data management and the way it communicates.
“This is really worrying”
Alice, 41, has been living in Great Britain for eleven years, fearing the consequences and not wanting to reveal her full name and nationality. She received a letter even though she and her three children had valid residence status. When she read the letter, she almost panicked, she told the DPA. “It’s really worrying. I have no sense of security.”
The British Home Office has confirmed that letters will be mailed to “those who have yet to apply”. A spokesman said valid tenants do not have to re-apply. However, you will need to be contacted to update the database.
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