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UK formalizes freedom of movement after EU withdrawal October 31

2019-08-20T01:13:52.290Z

The British government has decided to end the EU's freedom of residence and professional activity in Britain, with the scheduled departure from the European Union scheduled for October 31. Teresa May's cabinet has been completely abolished for two years after the EU's departure from the EU.


The British government has decided to end the EU's freedom of residence and professional activity in Britain, with the scheduled departure from the European Union scheduled for October 31.

Teresa May's cabinet has been completely abolished for two years after the EU's departure from the EU.

The Prime Minister's office said in a briefing that "the details of other changes that have been applied since October 31 for new immigration regulations are currently being trimmed." .

The Boris Johnson Cabinet's formalization of a policy to end the freedom of movement after October 31 means that it completely abolishes the government's concept of "transition." If we can't renegotiate, we'll stick with Brexit on October 31. ”

As a result, after October 31st, citizens of the EU must be immigrated when they visit the United Kingdom and must also be immigrated when the British visit the EU.

In addition, citizens of EU member countries who wish to stay in the UK for more than 90 days or to work or study abroad must obtain a visa in the UK.

There are 3.6 million people in the EU, who are currently in the UK. To date, only one million people have started the process.

(Photo = Getty Images Korea)

Source: sbskr

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