BREXIT EFFECTS ON EU NATIONALS TRAVEL TO THE UK
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In this video we will be discussing in brief about how European nationals travelling to Great Britain will be affected.
UK has left the European Union on Friday, 31st January, and that is why arriving European Union citizens to the United Kingdom might be affected.
Due to Brexit many of European Union nationals could be questioning how taking a trip to the United Kingdom could amend.
The answer rests on whether the United Kingdom settles a deal with the European Union or not. Now we’ll briefly discuss what is going to happen whatever the outcome is.
BREXIT WITH A DEAL
If Brexit occurs with a deal, there won’t be any changes for European Union citizens travelling to the United Kingdom until at least 2021.
At some point in 2021, national ID cards will no longer be recognised upon entry to the United Kingdom for European Economic Area Nationals. The deadline for this modification will be publicized in advance to give travellers time to adjust their tactics.
If you are unsure if you require a visa to visit the United Kingdom, you can use online services from the government to verify.
BREXIT WITHOUT A DEAL
Brexit without a deal means, European Union, European Economic Area and Swiss nationals will be able to arrive into the United Kingdom for holidays or expedition without needing a visa.
You will be able to go across the United Kingdom border using a valid travel document for example passport or national identity card.
If you intend on take a trip to the United Kingdom post Brexit with no deal, you will need to make sure that you have the appropriate credentials in place to present at the United Kingdom border.
Irish nationals will still be able to arrive and reside in the United Kingdom as they do now.
Allowed items in the UK Post Brexit
Brexit with no deal will bring forward the following modifications:
Travelling to or from UK with the following:
Endangered animals or their products.
There will be no modifications to items you can come with in your hand luggage, the food you bring or the ordinary plants you carry.
If you’re voyaging from the European Union to the United Kingdom with over £10,000 in cash, then you will be required to declare it. This is at present the law for those passengers travelling from non-EU nations to the United Kingdom.
You can always make this declaration on the government website mentioned below in the comments section. Otherwise, you can dial 0300 200 3700 to make a verbal declaration as a substitute.
Changes in travelling from the United Kingdom to the European Union
Travel to the Switzerland, European Union, Norway, Liechtenstein or Iceland will change from 1 January 2021.
Factors that may need your attention prior to start your travel from the United Kingdom to afore mentioned countries include:
Verifying your passport – you will need to renew your passport as, on the day of travel, you will be required to have at least six months left on it and it be less than ten years old.
Attaining travel insurance that includes your healthcare.
Verifying you have the correct driving credentials.
Arranging pet travel – you will be required to contact your VET at least four months before you travel.
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