Brexit negotiations have been going on for what feels like a decade, but there’s little progress, or isn’t there?Read more
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There’s no going back now: The UK has left the European Union, with Brexit finally taking place on 31st January 2020. This date marked the beginning of a transition period that will go on until 31st December 2020. During this time, UK citizens will continue to enjoy just the same freedom of movement as other EU citizens. Whatever happens once this transition period comes to an end, one thing is for certain: UK citizens living in Germany will require a residency permit or an equivalent certification of their right of residence in the future.
- Measures to relieve the immigration authorities2. April 2020 - 14:30
- Long visa waiting times for skilled workers at German e...19. March 2020 - 11:12
- Overview of the current procedure of the registration offices...3. April 2020 - 18:00
- Discrimination on Germany’s residential market?13. March 2020 - 13:51