What it means for Brits living in Germany – Frankfurt am Main – 2nd October

While the terms of Britain’s exit from the EU are still under negotiation, British citizens find themselves
in a state of uncertainty with many asking themselves the question: “How will Brexit affect my work, my
family and my future in Germany?”

Following the success of the first event, British in Germany, a group dedicated to protecting the rights
of British citizens in Germany in the BREXIT negotiations, and HM Consul General, Rafe Courage, invite
you to catch-up on the latest status of the withdrawal negotiations and to discuss and explore topics
such as residency requirements, dual citizenship, freedom of movement, health insurance, pension
rights and recognition of professional qualifications. Representatives of Frankfurt and Hesse have also
been invited to join the discussion and to present their take on recent developments.

The event, which will be in English and German, is primarily aimed at British citizens living in and around
Frankfurt. Others concerned about family members and friends are also welcome to attend.

Doors will open at 6.00 p.m. on 2nd October

Haus am Dom, Großer Saal
Domplatz 3,
60311 Frankfurt am Main

To reserve your place please register at Eventbrite. Places are limited and will be allocated on a first
come first served basis.

Also see our calendar.

A flyer is available to print below:

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