According to the UK Home Office on Monday, EU citizens who do not live in the UK can use their ID cards to enter until October, he writes Hints. However, EU citizens who live in an island nation can still enter with an identity card for at least four years.
Britain withdrew from the European Union on January 31 last year, but EU citizens who legally and habitually settled in the country until the end of 2020, at the end of an 11-month transition period after the end of British membership (Brexit), can still retain all acquired rights. . For this, however, to obtain an indefinite residence permit, with an official legal name For stable position They have to apply.
According to a draft regulation issued by the UK Home Office Monday night, those who already have this Their status, Or submit their application by the 30 June deadline for application submission, they can enter Great Britain at least until December 31, 2025 with identity documents issued in their country of nationality.
EU citizens who do not live in the UK with a lifestyle, and therefore cannot obtain fixed status, can use an ID card issued in their home country to enter until October 1 this year, according to the UK Home Office.