If you are interested in the UK Government’s recent BREXIT Proposal on EEA nationals, check out our blog below. The proposal effectively states that current documentation obtained by EEA Nationals, such as Registration Certificates, Residence Cards and Permanent Residence cards, will not count post-Brexit, and new applications will apparently need to be made.  To avoid a stampede, a two year “grace period” from the date of exit will be introduced.  EU/EEA nationals and their family members can then regularise their status in the UK by applying for the relevant documentation.  The details of the method for this application remains unclear, so watch this space!  We do however recommend that if you are looking to obtain British citizenship you should proceed to obtain your PR status now.  Please contact our Doyle Clayton Business Immigration team for more details!