Citizens Advice Scotland – EU Citizens’ Support Service
Phone: 0800 916 9847. Calls are free.
Lines are open:
- Monday - 9am to 1pm
- Wednesday - 1pm to 5pm
- Friday - 9am to 1pm
If you call outside these hours you can leave a voicemail and someone will contact you.
Staff can help you with:
- help with late EUSS applications
EU citizens can get more help from Citizens Advice Scotland website.
Citizens' Rights Project
Contact by text message, WhatsApp, or phone on 07518 926137.
Staff can help with:
- information about EU citizens’ rights
- late EUSS applications
- Citizens' Rights Project events
They have multilingual staff and run information sessions in different languages.
You can get more informaton on Citizens' Rights Project website
Where to get legal advice
You can get an immigration advisor or lawyer at:
Independent Monitoring Authority: Protecting EU citizens’ rights:
The EU-UK Withdrawal Agreement sets out the rights of EU citizens who were living in the UK before 1 January 2021.
The Independent Monitoring Authority (IMA) helps to protect the rights of citizens from the EU, Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway who came to live in the UK before 1 January 2021. It does not cover Swiss citizens.
The IMA does 2 main things:
- monitoring how UK public bodies are protecting EU citizens’ rights
- promoting the effective implementation of citizens’ rights, such as helping public bodies to understand where things are going wrong so that they can put them right
You can report a complaint on the IMA website.
- GOV.UK ‘Stay in the UK (‘settled status’)’: a step-by-step tool that asks for your personal situation and tells you what you need to apply for
- GOV.UK ‘Apply to the EU Settlement Scheme (settled and pre-settled status)’
- GOV.UK ‘The UK’s points-based immigration system: information for EU citizens’
- Healthcare if you're coming from overseas
- Citizens Advice Scotland - Staying in the UK after Brexit
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