Poprov form of action in the EU settlement plan
Note that the deadline for registration in the EU settlement plan Ends June 30, 2021. To register, you must provide a valid passport or identity card along with other documents. We remind you that registration is required for those who do not. Children, even if the parents are registered.
If you do not have a valid passport, and you wish to enroll in the EU settlement plan, we recommend that you submit enough to provide R at the Embassy R in London or at the Consulate General in Manchester. .
If you are unable to secure the record and register due to the registration deadline, please File home office immediately Botan Babrov (Not electronically) Enough about the record. It is necessary to inform about this procedure by phone in advance EU Settlement Center, Tel. 0300 123 7379, (Nebo +44 (0) 20 3080 0010 From outside the United Kingdom), Monday-Friday 8.00 – 20.00, Saturday + Sunday 9.30 – 16.30.
Issuance of Passport R may in some cases be issued in 2-3 months
Submissions should be filtered without proper proof of identity, and the Home Office will provide me with additional documents that will slightly confirm the validity of your documents. Fill in all the sections of the formula and document the pilots who can support or confirm the application for “immigrant” or “pre-immigrant” status. The home office, given in paper form, is assessed completely separately.
To issue the first passport, e.g. For children born in the UK, it is necessary to first register in the Czech Register and confirm the issuance of the Czech Birth Certificate and Advertising Certificate, which can then be sufficiently filed for a passport. Since this girl can take up to 3 months, apply for a paper form now in these cases.
In addition to writing, it is necessary to send your false identity document (if you have one) to the Home Office and provide your documents. Therefore, if the mail is lost, we recommend that you make a good photocopy before sending the document.
If you are unable to contact the EU Settlement Center or do not have the language skills to filter enough on paper, please seek the help of the community and charities.
Where to look for help and support
- EU Settlement Center If you have any questions, including assistance with boating, call the EU Settlement Center at 0300 123 7379 (or +44 (0) 20 3080 0010 Outside the UK) Monday from 8am to 8pm, Saturday + Sunday 9.30am – 4.30pm
- Digital help This free service is available over the phone or in person. If you do not have enough electronics filling yard or yard you can get help. Contact the service on the sleeve: 03333 45 675 (Monday and Bird 9.00 – 17.00). See Digital (gov.uk/eu-assisted-digital) for more information.
- Service for scanning evidence of integrity This service will allow you to complete the identification steps if you do not have access to the application. There is a charge for this service.
- Community and charities
The Home Office supports 72 organizations across the United Kingdom that assist EU citizens and their family members in registering. A list of their names can be found on the British Government’s website: www.gov.uk/government/publications/eu-settlement-scheme-community-support-for-vulnerable-citizens/list-of-organizations There are other charities and local organizations that provide assistance and support to EU citizens and their family members in their registration: You can find them on the EU Representatives website in the United Kingdom: www.eurights.uk/search
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