Brexit & Expats
There is no doubt that many companies will be adversely affected by Brexit. Individual UK citizens living and working in The Netherlands will also find themselves with many new hurdles to overcome.
For many of these people, their residency status will be thrown into question, requiring pro-active steps to ensure continued eligibility. Structures are being put in place to facilitate the granting of a more permanent residency status for those in this situation. These so-called ‘grandfathering rules’ will allow UK expats time to take the appropriate administrative steps to ensure continuous compliance in their immigration status.
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