Do you need a visa to visit the UK as an EU citizen?

August 31, 2019 Off By idswater

Do you need a visa to visit the UK as an EU citizen?

If you’re an EU, EEA or Swiss Citizen travelling to the UK for a short business trip, you may not need to apply for a visa. Under the UK ’s new points-based immigration system, you can continue to visit the UK without applying for a visa. In most cases you can stay for up to 6 months.

Can a Swiss citizen travel to the UK with an EU passport?

EU, EEA and Swiss citizens can travel to the UK for holidays or short trips without needing a visa. You can cross the UK border using a valid passport which should be valid for the whole time you are in the UK. You will not be able to use an EU, EEA or Swiss national ID card to enter the UK from 1 October 2021 unless you:

How long can you live in the UK without a UK passport?

If you’re a close family member, you have the right to reside without a document until 30 June 2021 – as long as your EU, EEA or Swiss family member was living in the UK by 31 December 2020 and either: If you’re an ‘extended’ family member of an EU, EEA or Swiss citizen and you have a residence document, it will not be valid after 30 June 2021.

Can a UK citizen living abroad live in the UK?

The government has published guidance for UK nationals living abroad, including actions you need to take to return to the UK from the country you currently live in. Family members with UK citizenship or settled status can live permanently in the UK and will not need to take further action to do so.

Can a British citizen travel to the EU without a visa?

The EU has agreed to add the UK to the EU’s list of visa-exempt countries [3] (of which there are currently 61). This gives British citizens the right to travel to the EU after the transition period for up to 90 days without a visa within any 180-day period.

Do you have to be an EU citizen to live in UK?

This includes non‑EU family members. In the UK, you must however apply to the EU settlement scheme to be granted a new residence status. In the EU, check with your host country’s authorities as soon as possible if it is mandatory to apply for a new residence status.

Do you need a EU passport to visit a non EU country?

EU countries do not automatically have to grant this right but they do at least have to consider the request. Your non-EU family members must carry a valid passport at all times and, depending on the country they are from, they may also have to show an entry visa at the border.

Can a non-EU family member travel with you in the EU?

Travelling in the EU with your non-EU family members Under EU rules, you have the right to travel together with your core family members (non-EU spouse, children, dependent parents or dependent grandparents) to an EU country other than the one you are a national of. If you have moved to another EU country, they can also join you there.