Visas for EU citizens working in Scotland
All EU citizens working in Scotland must have a valid immigration status (visa) and the right to work.
The type of visa you may need will depend on your circumstances.
This does not apply to Irish citizens. Their rights to live, work and access public services in the UK are protected by the Common Travel Area arrangement.
Points-based immigration system
Check what you need to know about the points-based immigration system on GOV.UK.
Prove your right to work
If you’re an EU, EEA or Swiss citizen find out how to prove your right to work on GOV.UK.
EU Settlement Scheme
Get information about the EU Settlement Scheme including help to apply.
EU citizens and the right to work
You can download fact sheets on your right to work on Just Citizens website.
You can get the factsheets in:
You can also get information on your rights to:
- access healthcare
Citizens' Rights Project
Text message, WhatsApp, or phone: 07518 926137
Staff can help with:
- information about EU citizens’ rights
- EUSS applications
- drop-in advice clinics
They have multilingual staff and run information sessions in different languages.
You can get more informaton on Citizens' Rights Project website.
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