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Pr release: Citizens’ Rights Specialised Panel meeting, 17 November 2022: joint statement

The EU raised concerns about UK rules on temporary safety for applicants who use after the deadline and had taken note that in such cases the UK guarantees, under its one-step method, that certificates of program are issued as soon as a legitimate application is made, in the same way regarding in-time applications. The EU also reiterated its place that those late applicants that are ultimately granted residence status should be treated as lawfully resident in the period between application deadline and granting of the status.

During the meeting, issues related to residency strategies were discussed. The UK also elevated its other longstanding concern, namely non-compliant residence processes in some EUROPEAN UNION member declares. The particular 11th meeting of the Specialist Committee on Citizens’ Legal rights was held on 17 November 2022 in London, co-chaired by officials from the European Percentage and the UK government. Several representatives from EU associate states were also within attendance. The Committee was established by the Withdrawal Contract to monitor the implementation and application of the Citizens’ Legal rights part of the Agreement, which shields EU citizens in the UK and UK nationals in the EU , and their eligible family members. The UK raised issues experienced by family members of UNITED KINGDOM nationals protected by the Drawback Agreement and took take note of a review of the execution of family reunification processes in all member states, displayed by the European Commission. Another concerns raised by the UNITED KINGDOM were difficulties drawing on several statuses, the need for detailed statistics on residence applications within member states and similar treatment. Joint statement by the Specialized Committee on Citizens’ Legal rights between the European Commission and UK government: The UK portrayed concern about difficulties UK nationals have experienced evidencing standing due to the slow issuance associated with residence documents in a associate state and asked the particular Commission to do more on this issue. The UK raised the issue of UNITED KINGDOM nationals who have experienced issues transiting through the Schengen Area and asked the Percentage to ensure relevant Annexes from the Schengen Borders Code are usually updated. Both parties also had an exchange of views upon absence rules. The EU and the UK agreed to meet again in spring 2023. The particular EU and the UK talked about the implementation and using the Citizens’ Rights part of the Withdrawal Agreement. The meeting also allowed both edges to take stock of any outstanding issues. The EU also enquired about the effect of imprisonment on the capability of EU citizens along with pre–settled status to acquire satisfied status and would discuss further legal arguments in support of its position that the crack of continuity of residence should not affect Withdrawal Agreement status. The EU reiterated its other longstanding problems related to delays in issuance of residence documents plus entry visas and inquired the UK about consumer security rules available to EU people and their family members who’ve been wrongly denied boarding simply by carriers. The UK’s Independent Monitoring Authority, established below Article 159(1) of the Drawback Agreement, and the European Percentage presented their respective Annual Reports, adopted in accordance with Article 159(2) of the Withdrawal Contract. External representatives from municipal society organisations, representing EU citizens living in the UK and UK nationals living in the particular EU , attended the meeting from the Committee and asked questions about the implementation and application of Part 2 of the Drawback Agreement in the EU and the UK, in conformity using the rules of procedure of the Specialised Committee. The EU and the UK reaffirmed their particular commitment to protecting citizens’ rights in accordance with the obligations under the Withdrawal Agreement.


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