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Ambassador in appeal to Poles living in UK

18.09.2019 15:56
Poland's ambassador to Britain has written a letter to Poles in the UK in which he urges them to “secure their future".
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Ambassador Arkady Rzegocki has appealed in a letter to all Polish people living in the United Kingdom who do not hold British citizenship to apply for “settled status” if they wish to remain in the UK after Brexit.

"Every EU citizen living permanently in the UK must register in the electronic system and obtain so-called settled status or pre-settled status to be able to remain legally in the country after Brexit,” says the letter.

“As announced by the British government, this must be done by the end of June 2021, and in the event of the UK leaving the EU without an agreement, by the end of 2020," it adds.

Rzegocki is also encouraging Poles "to seriously consider the possibility of returning to Poland."