With the Brexit date now less than a year away and the deals still not done, many UK expats in the EU and EU expats in the UK are still unsure of what the future will hold.

The explosion of fake news, inaccurate social media posts and threads combined with poor tabloid reporting and a lack of actual information on the television, it is no wonder that so many people are still in the dark.

However, there is an excellent, accurate, up to date source of information that you can read and sign up for updates for, straight from the horses mouth. A quick search for Brexit on the Government website gives you a great list of resources for EU citizens in the UK including a dedicated Brexit policy page.

Here you can sign up for email alerts so you can receive accurate updates in your inbox without wading through the nonsense elsewhere online.

One just updated article gives alternative case studies for EU citizens in the UK, and it is most likely that one of these will apply to you.

These case studies provide useful information about your current status and what your rights will be when the UK leaves the EU.

For further information, there is a Guidance page: Status of EU citizens in the UK: what you need to know – provides detailed information with links to other relevant pages.

So, to keep up to date on your rights as an EU citizen in the UK, check out these Government pages regularly.

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