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Brexit - United Kingdom exiting the EU

The UK will leave the EU. This will bring changes for Swedish citizens and companies in the UK. Here you, as a Swedish citizen, will find information on in what way brexit may affect you.

 

On 10 April 2019, the European Council agreed to a further extension to allow for the ratification of the Withdrawal Agreement by both Parties. Such an extension should last as long as necessary and, in any event, no longer than 31 October 2019. The European Council also recalled that, under Article 50(3) TEU, the Withdrawal Agreement may enter into force on an earlier date, should the Parties complete their respective ratification procedures before 31 October 2019. Consequently, the withdrawal should take place on the first day of the month following the completion of the ratification procedures or on 1 November 2019, whichever is the earliest.
Here is a link to the full agreement. 

 

PLEASE NOTE:

Our information on brexit is more comprehensive in the Swedish section, and does also include an extensive FAQ. Please follow this link.

 

As a Swedish citizen living in or moving to the UK it is important to keep yourself informed?

  • Follow us on social media: Facebook, Twitter
  • Check our Swedish section of the website
  • Join one of our information events (no meetings planned at the moment, check back for updates)

If you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact the Embassy.

E-mail us on: ambassaden.london (at) gov.se 

Call us on: +44 20 7917 6400 during office hours: Monday 9.30-12, 14-16, Tuesday 9.30-12, Wednesday 9.30-12, 14-16, Thursday 9.30-12, Friday 9.30-12.

Extra telephone hours
for brexit related questions to Swedish citizens living in the UK.
Fridays 1.30pm-3pm.
Phone: +44 20 7917 6470

Swedish citizens living in the UK will need to apply for Settled status

The application is now open and you will find all information via this link. 

Links for more information

Further enquires

For individuals who want to apply for Swedish citizenship, see information on the Swedish Migration Agency’s website.

Did you not find what you were looking for? 

Please check our Swedish section of the website or contact us

Last updated 11 Apr 2019, 11.03 AM