InfoAbend in Hamburg, 22 January

Safeguarding the rights of British nationals living and working in the EU remains a top priority for both the UK and the EU, and the British community in Germany are an important part of the future UK-Germany relationship. We are continuing our series of information evenings across Germany to ensure British citizens have the opportunity to share any concerns, and ask our speakers any questions they have about citizens’ rights after the UK’s exit from the European Union.

Nicholas Teller (British Honorary Consul in Hamburg) and Rachel King (Economic Counsellor and Head of EU & Economic Section at the British Embassy Berlin) are pleased to invite you to our next open evening for British citizens living in Hamburg.

Time:  Tuesday 22 January 2019, 18.00 – 22:00

Place: The Anglican Church of St Thomas Becket, Zeughausmarkt 22, 20459 Hamburg

They will be joined by a representative from British in Germany and the German authorities (both names tbc). We look forward to welcoming you in Hamburg. Doors open at 17.30, refreshments will be served. Please click on the following link to register:

After the opening speeches you will have plenty of opportunity to ask any questions you might have.

As attendance numbers are limited please only come if you are a British citizen in Hamburg and are directly affected by the topic of citizens’ rights after the UK’s exit from the EU. Attendance will be accepted on a first come first served basis. We reserve the right to limit numbers according to capacity.

Also see our Events Calendar.

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