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Canada United Kingdom: Thousands of Europeans more than 65 years potentially in an irregular situation

04:52  25 july  2021
04:52  25 july  2021 Source:   rfi.fr

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Au Royaume-Uni (ici dans le métro de Londres, le 19 juillet 2021), les ressortissants européens installés depuis des années avaient jusqu'au 30 juin pour régulariser leur situation. © AFP - Tolga Akmen in the United Kingdom (here in the London Metro, July 19, 2021), European nationals installed since Years had until June 30 to regularize their situation.

The Europeans had to have completed the settled status (permanent resident status), a document authorizing them to stay in the territory, before June 30th. According to a parliamentary report, only 2% of the over 65 years have registered, far from reflecting the share of European retirees.

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Rent an apartment, to be treated in the public hospital. Thousands of Europeans may not have access to it anymore. This is a concrete consequence of Brexit. And this parliamentary report specifies that the oldest may be penalized.

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six million people postulated this settled status . From now on, it is the only document authorizing a European to live and work in the United Kingdom. The association 3 million, created just after Brexit, arrays the hair to know who has not postulated.

"In the United Kingdom, we can not know how many people should have registered at Settled Status, because there has never been a real estimate for European citizens, explains a manager of the organization. We know that in the population, in general, more than 18% of people are over 65 years old. We are therefore very worried about the idea that many Europeans over the age of 65 have not made the request. Some people think they have been taught because they have been living on the territory for a very long time. This registration was done solely on the Internet. Not even paper at the end since everything is digital. What to discourage some, especially older who are not used to making the administrative procedures from a computer. Associations require the government to put in place a physical document.

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