Immigration: EU Nationals:Written question - 167896

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Asked by Maria Eagle
(Garston and Halewood)
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Asked on: 24 July 2018
Home Office
Immigration: EU Nationals
Commons
To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department, what assessment his Department has made of the effect of rejected applications under the private pilot of the new application process for the EU Settlement Scheme on (a) the people making those applications and (b) the provision of NHS services in the North West whose staff members have had their applications so rejected.
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Answered by: Caroline Nokes
Answered on: 05 September 2018

Applicants will need to meet three core criteria to be granted status under the EU Settlement Scheme: proving their identity and nationality, showing that they are resident in the UK and declaring whether they have any criminal convictions.

We will work with applicants to help them avoid any errors or omissions that may impact on the application decision, but any applicant who is refused will be able to make a further application under the scheme later on. Whether or not an applicant is granted status under the private beta phase of the scheme, they will continue to retain their existing rights under EU law, including the right to work.

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