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Home Affairs Committee
Oral evidence session: Tuesday 12 February 2019.
EU citizens resident in the UK will be able to regularise their immigration status by applying to the UK Government's EU Settlement Scheme, which will provide them with either 'settled' or 'pre-settled' status depending on how long they have lived in the UK.
Prior to the EU Settlement Scheme opening fully on 31 March 2019, the Home Affairs Committee will take evidence on the experiences of applicants going through the application process and wider concerns about the functioning of the Scheme.
Evidence given by Abigail Adieze, Head of Service, Families and Home Directorate, Waltham Forest Borough Council, Marianne Lagrue, Policy Manager – Migrant Children’s Project, Coram Children’s Legal Centre, Nicole Masri, Legal Officer (Immigration & Asylum), Rights of Women, Danny Mortimer, Co-Convenor, Cavendish Coalition and Chief Executive, NHS EmployersLuke Piper, Solicitor, South West Law and Adviser, the3million, Jill Rutter, Director of Strategy and Relationships, British Future, Colin Yeo, Barrister, Garden Court Chambers and Founder and Editor, Free Movement, Dr Adrienne Yong, Lecturer in Law, City University of London
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Home Affairs Committee hears from experts on the wider concerns about the functioning of the Scheme