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The Home Office is denying rights to thousands of EU citizens and hundreds of thousands of people who are unable to join their family members, due to the hostile environment towards immigration.
Four ways Brexit and the loss of free movement have made life harder for mixed British-European families.4 min read
Brexit – and the end of free movement between the UK and the EU – has had notable consequences for family life, particularly for mixed British-European families whether they are living in the UK or Europe.
A year on from the deadline to the EU Settlement Scheme, we are all now living under the Home Office’s hostile environment.
Two EU citizens with Settled Status in the UK, travelling on their European passports, were recently told by the staff of two airlines, EasyJet and Ryanair, to produce “additional ID” to be able to fly back home to the UK. How the hostile environment is being delegated to private companies.
We were promised our lives wouldn’t change. Now our loved ones are left in limbo for months on end, we are left unable to care for our elderly parents, our families are being split apart, and parents are unable to even see their children.
On Wednesday, the Independent Monitoring Authority for the Citizens’ Rights Agreements (IMA) launched a lawsuit against the Home Office for breaching the terms of the Withdrawal Agreements for people who have been granted pre-settled status.