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EU Settlement Scheme

Council Leader, Councillor Huw Thomas, has been clear that EU citizens living in Cardiff belong and are welcome in our city.

“Cardiff is a city with a long and proud history of international migration.  Our internationalism and ability to welcome those from countries around the world delivered great prosperity to Cardiff, and we hope this long continues in the coming years, during what could be a time of considerable change for the UK.  
European nationals living in Cardiff contribute much to the rich fabric of our city, and we will continue to welcome those who come to live, work and study here in the Welsh Capital.

A
key priority for the city in the coming months will be ensuring that EU nationals, who have made Cardiff their home, secure the immigration status they need to remain in the city in the years to come.

​​This is of course working on the basis that the UK does indeed exit the EU as the UK Government is planning".

T
o make sure EU citizens and their families have all the information they need about living in Cardiff after Brexit we have created this information hub. 
This section will be updated as further information regarding the EU Settlement Scheme becomes available. 

EU Settlement Scheme Information Event


You can attend an information session on the EU Settlement Scheme on:

  • Further events to be announced​

Common questions about the EU Settlement Scheme and its application process will be answered during the session. You will be able to speak with local organisations and find out how to access specific advice and support in Cardiff.​









This section provides a summary of the EU Settlement Scheme based on guidance currently available from the Home Office and UK Government. It is intended as a general reference guide and does not constitute legal advice or a detailed guide to immigration law and policy. The content of this section was accurate at the time of publication. Please note that this area of law and policy is fast moving and subject to frequent change, particularly at this time as the UK negotiates its future relationship with the EU. If you have any queries about securing your immigration status within the UK, consult an Office of the Immigration Services Commissioner (OISC)-regulated immigration adviser. Be sure to check if the adviser charges a fee for their service.


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