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As Brexit negotiations continue, this is the latest information on the status of EU citizens in the UK and how you are affected.
You may have seen this week that the UK and the EU have now reached an agreement on what happens during the period immediately after Brexit, known as the implementation period. This is important as it will give citizens and businesses on both sides time to adjust before a new relationship with the EU is agreed.


Status of EU citizens in the UK. Update.

Status of EU citizens in the UK

Here is some updated (from 28 February 2018) information on the situation of European Union citizens living in the UK. The information is taken from the Government’s official website.


What should EU citizens expect after Brexit?

Thousands of EU citizens who have secured permanent residency in the UK face further major upheaval as they will be forced to apply for settled status post-Brexit. The details emerged after Theresa May published in full her proposals to protect the rights of EU citizens living in the UK.


Community Relations' Meeting: Review.

Post Brexit Community Relations Meeting held in Yeovil on 26th of April 2017 between Yeovil Taxi Drivers and representatives from Avon and Somerset Police, Somerset County Council, SARI and Diversity Voice turned out to be a success.


Keep calm and carry on dear immigrants !!!

A few words of explanation regarding recent Brexit situation. First of all Great Britain has not left EU yet and is not sure if ever. This referendum has not got legal effects either in UK law nor in EU.


Official statement regarding Brexit

We are Diversity Voice, a registered charity acting on behalf of EU immigrants who have been working and living in the South West of England and contributing to the local economy through income tax, council tax, business rates, VAT, spending money in local shops,etc, and helping others in the community via voluntary work.