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Brexit The UK has an extension to leave the EU on the 31st October 2019

The UK now has an extension to leave the EU on the 31st October 2019 whether or not a Withdrawal Agreement has been signed by Parliament, and confirmed with the EU.

Until that point all EEA students have the right to live, work and study in the UK.

The UK Government has sought to assure EU citizens that their rights will be protected and under the Withdrawal Agreement, EU citizens and their families can apply for settled status.

The Newcastle University website has links to the latest information click this link to find out more https://www.ncl.ac.uk/students/progress/visa/EU/EU_Swiss_non-EUEEA.htm

The Students’ Union and the Student Advice Centre does not provide immigration advice and cannot advise students on the submitting of their applications.

The SAC, NUSU and Newcastle University will try to support EU students with whatever happens after 31st October 2019, and we hope to update students on any decisions that happen before then. 

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