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Marlies Haselton has called Britain home for more than 30 yearsThe state of vaccinations i. The Dutch national married a Briton, had her children here, and considers herself “part and parcel” of the Us initial pilot, with plans to offer shots to more arriving workers next week..K. Until Britain”s divorce from the European Union, she had never given a thought to her immigration status in the U.K.

Millions of Europeans have freely lived, worked and studied in the UThe COVID pandemic, in Ottawa, Friday, Jan. 15, 2021..K. for decades, but Brexit means that those rights are no longer automatically grantedThe photographic records o. Britain’s government introduced a “settlement” plan for the country’s large European migrant community in 2019, and the deadline for applications is Wednesday.

From Thursday, any European migrant who hasn’t applied will lose their legal right to work, rent housing and access some hospital treatments or welfare benefits in the U.K. They may even be subject to deportation.

For Haselton and many others, it’s a moment that drives home the impact of Britain’s 2016 referendum to leave the EU five years ago. Although Haselton successfully received her “settled” status, meaning she can reside permanently in the U.K., she said the whole process has made her feel insecure about the life she built in Britain.

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