Immigration Controls: EU Nationals:Written question - 1866

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Asked by Hilary Benn
(Leeds Central)
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Asked on: 13 February 2020
Home Office
Immigration Controls: EU Nationals
Commons
To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department, whether EU citizens will be required to provide evidence of settled status or pre-settled status by Border Force officials when entering the UK after the end of the transition period.
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Answered by: Kevin Foster
Answered on: 24 February 2020

EU citizens will not be routinely asked to prove they have been granted status under the EU Settlement Scheme in order to re-enter the UK, but systems will be in place to allow border officials to make such checks where necessary.

Once the new points-based immigration system is fully introduced, Border Force will be able to identify those individuals granted status digitally without the need for the individual to provide evidence.

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