British in Europe is carrying out a survey of its coalition members and individual supporters to gauge support for a last big push on free movement. We know that there is a good deal of support for this in British in Germany, but want to get feedback from all our members. Please take a minute to help by filling out the survey and distributing the link:
Update: This survey is now closed. Thank-you to those that participated.
On Monday 18 March, the European Commission published its third draft legal text for the Withdrawal Agreement and announced that it and the UK had reached “complete agreement” on citizens’ rights.
You’re probably wondering whether that is in fact the case, and where the March agreement leaves you. This is a quick (and non-exhaustive) general summary of the state of play. It’s a mixture of good news, bad news and unfinished business, the balance of which is different for each of us, depending on the particular situation that we are in.
We are still hoping that the unfinished business, such as whether we have … Continue Reading ››
In 2016 the German Statistical Office recorded around 107,000 registered Brits living in Germany. Since June 2016, that figure has risen sharply.
North Rhein-Westphalia had the greatest number of registered Brits (26,205), followed by Bavaria (18,400) then Berlin with 12,355.
A 2016 micro-census by the German Statistical Office revealed that 74% of British migrants in Germany have a professional qualification. This makes them some of the most sought-after workers in Germany: only Austrian migrants had … Continue Reading ››
Resource base for information and articles: EU negotiations on citizens' rights
from Remain in France Together (RIFT)
July 2017 European Parliament Briefings Paper EU and UK position on citizens’ rights
European Commission Sources with information which applies to British citizens resident /working in another EU country (before BREXIT)
Live, work and travel in the EU
Working in another EU country
Healthcare in another EU Country
State pensions in another EU country
British Government Sources with information on BREXIT
UK Nationals in the EU: what you need to know … Continue Reading ››