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    По подразбиране За: Предложения за статута на гражданите на ЕС в Кралството от юни 2017

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    Previously, EU residents had to fill out an 85-page application form with lots of traps and unreasonable demands for supporting documentation. The UK will now introduce a category: “settled status”. The documentation required in support of the new application will be simpler. I would hope that the authorities give applicants the benefit of the doubt rather than search for gaps in their supporting documents. At the moment, applicants have to surrender their passport for up to six months until the application is processed. This is plainly ludicrous. The current process is designed to discourage people from making an application. The future process has to do the exact opposite.

    Just do the maths. If it takes one civil servant to process eight applications in a day, it would take around 1,500 civil servants to get through 3m applications in one working year — and many more to handle difficult cases and appeals procedures. Simplicity is in the UK’s self-interest.

    Вирус едно време беше точен преди 10-12 годин и все още си , усет за хората и за реалния проблем
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    Тия в Хоум Офис са пълни идиоти. Какво ли ни чака да видим още от догодина?
    Ти пък за какво се кахъриш, тука еднах дузина роми взеха паспорти, па на теб няма да дадат

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    По подразбиране За: Гражданите, живели 5 години на Острова, ще получат статут на "уседналост".

    Dear, .............

    This is an update at the conclusion of the fourth round of negotiations between the UK and EU in Brussels this week.*

    Throughout the negotiation, the UK Government is remaining focused on providing certainty, clarity and stability for EU citizens living in the UK and UK citizens living in the EU, upholding the*proposals set out in June.

    This month’s round made progress on issues which will enable EU citizens in the UK and UK citizens in the EU to continue to live their lives broadly as they do now. This progress is detailed in the*joint summary note*published yesterday. Notably, good progress was made on protecting social security rights, which will provide EU citizens and UK nationals with more financial security. **

    The UK thinks that in some cases we must go beyond the strict requirements of current EU law in order to protect citizens. For example the UK Government has offered guaranteed rights of return for settled EU citizens in the UK who leave the UK, in return for onward movement rights for UK nationals living in the EU27.*

    If the EU agrees to this, it would mean that as an EU citizen with settled status you could leave the UK for more than two years without your status being affected. In return, as a UK national living in the EU, you would be able to move within the other Member States, as now. This is a bold and important offer which we hope the EU will consider carefully.

    Regarding the enforcement of citizens’ rights after we leave the EU, the UK has been clear that, as a third country outside of the EU, it would not be right for the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) to have direct jurisdiction. However, we have listened to the concerns that have been raised and - as the Prime Minister set out in her*speech in Florence*last week - the UK has committed to incorporating the final withdrawal agreement fully into UK law and said that UK courts should be able to take account of CJEU judgments in order to ensure consistent interpretation.

    After four negotiation rounds we are starting to get into the detail of how EU citizens will apply for a new settled status. The UK presented its early thinking and we will be engaging on the design and delivery of a proposed Settlement Scheme for EU citizens in the UK. We are committed to making the application as streamlined and user-friendly as possible for everyone. Those who already hold permanent residency documents should not have to go through the full process, for example. We will also use data that EU citizens have already provided to minimise the burden of documentary evidence required. *

    There will be more details in the coming months, but for the time being EU citizens need not take any action.

    The next round of negotiations is due to take place during the week beginning 9 October and you will receive a further update then.

    Yours sincerely,
    Home Office*

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    По подразбиране За: Гражданите, живели 5 години на Острова, ще получат статут на "уседналост".


    The fifth round of the negotiation between the EU and UK concluded yesterday.

    We are closer to agreeing all elements of the rights of EU citizens living in the UK and the reciprocal rights of UK citizens living in the EU – but there is more discussion required.

    On key issues, such as the broad framework of residence rights for EU citizens and their family members, social security entitlements and reciprocal healthcare, the UK and EU have largely reached agreement.*

    On remaining areas, both the UK and EU are focussing on providing certainty for citizens as quickly as possible. Discussions this week have narrowed the focus to the key remaining issues for negotiations.

    The UK has also provided further information on its settled status scheme to be introduced next year. It will be streamlined,*digital and low cost. As we have said previously,*you do not need a document now to prove that you are resident in the UK.*

    For those who already have EU permanent residence documents the process will be very straightforward, with greatly reduced or zero cost to applicants to update their status under the new scheme.*

    The talks also explored ways to fulfil the Prime Minister’s commitment to*implement the Withdrawal Treaty fully into UK law, ensuring consistent interpretation through UK courts being able to take into account CJEU judgements. *

    We want to reach agreement on all areas as soon as we can, providing certainty for citizens.*

    The EU Council is meeting next week to discuss whether or not there has been sufficient progress in the current talks to move onto discussion of wider issues. Whatever the EU Council’s decision, safeguarding the status of EU citizens in the UK and UK nationals in the EU will remain a priority for the UK. As the Prime Minister said this week, “we want you to stay”.*

    Our negotiating position continues to be based on the proposal we outlined in June:*safeguarding the position of EU citizens in the UK and UK nationals in the EU, with*updates provided*as the negotiations progress.

    We will write and update you further as soon as there is more to say.

    Yours sincerely

    Home Office

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    По подразбиране За: Гражданите, живели 5 години на Острова, ще получат статут на "уседналост".


    As I travel to Brussels today, I know that many people will be looking to us – the leaders of the 28 nations in the European Union – to demonstrate we are putting people first.

    I have been clear throughout this process that citizens’ rights are my first priority. And I know my fellow leaders have the same objective: to safeguard the rights of EU nationals living in the UK and UK nationals living in the EU.

    I want to give reassurance that this issue remains a priority, that we are united on the key principles, and that the focus over the weeks to come will be delivering an agreement that works for people here in the UK, and people in the EU.

    When we started this process, some accused us of treating EU nationals as bargaining chips. Nothing could have been further from the truth. EU citizens who have made their lives in the UK have made a huge contribution to our country. And we want them and their families to stay.*I couldn’t be clearer: EU citizens living lawfully in the UK today will be able to stay.

    But this agreement will not only provide certainty about residence, but also healthcare, pensions and other benefits. It will mean that EU citizens who have paid into the UK system – and UK nationals into the system of an EU27 country – can benefit from what they’ve put in. It will enable families who have built their lives together in the EU and UK to stay together. And it will provide guarantees that the rights of those UK nationals currently living in the EU, and EU citizens currently living in the UK will not diverge over time.

    What that leaves us with is a small number of important points to finalise. *That is to be expected at this point in negotiations. We are in touching distance of agreement. *I know both sides will consider each other's proposals for finalising the agreement with an open mind. And with flexibility and creativity on both sides, I am confident that we can conclude discussions on citizens’ rights in the coming weeks.

    I know there is real anxiety about how the agreement will be implemented.*People are concerned that the process will be complicated and bureaucratic, and will put up hurdles that are difficult to overcome. I want to provide reassurance here too.

    We are developing a streamlined digital process for those applying for settled status in the UK in the future.*This process will be designed with users in mind, and we will engage with them every step of the way. *We will keep the cost as low as possible – no more than the cost of a UK passport. The criteria applied will be simple, transparent and strictly in accordance with the Withdrawal Agreement. *People applying will not have to account for every trip they have taken in and out of the UK and will no longer have to demonstrate Comprehensive Sickness Insurance as they currently have to under EU rules. *And importantly, for any EU citizen who holds Permanent Residence under the old scheme, there will be a simple process put in place to swap their current status for UK settled status.

    To keep development of the system on track, the Government is also setting up a User Group that will include representatives of EU citizens in the UK, and digital, technical and legal experts. This group will meet regularly, ensuring the process is transparent and responds properly to users’ needs. And we recognise that British nationals living in the EU27 will be similarly concerned about potential changes to processes after the UK leaves the EU. *We have repeatedly flagged these issues during the negotiations. And we are keen to work closely with EU Member States to ensure their processes are equally streamlined.*

    We want people to stay and we want families to stay together. We hugely value the contributions that EU nationals make to the economic, social and cultural fabric of the UK. And I know that Member States value equally UK nationals living in their communities. I hope that these reassurances, alongside those made by both the UK and the European Commission last week, will provide further helpful certainty to the four million people who were understandably anxious about what Brexit would mean for their futures.

    Yours sincerely

    Theresa May, Prime Minister

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