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Saadtu124 Sat 25-Jun-16 12:44:39

I've been living in UK for a few years now. I live with my family and work here in the UK. My family's got Dutch passports aswell as I do. My question is: If I leave the UK for a holiday and then return, would I be able to use my dutch passport for entering the UK or not? I would normally use my dutch passport to enter and exit the UK.

concertplayer Sat 25-Jun-16 15:50:31

It depends on what agreements are reached between the UK and the EU.
Worst case scenario would be a visa but highly unlikely.
Too early to know really

prettybird Sat 25-Jun-16 15:55:30

For the moment, no change. We are still members of the EU.

In the future, who knows? Depends on the agreement reached with the Netherlands. You may need to pay for get an Indefinite Leave to Remain if you wish to stay in the UK - or get a UK passport (including passing the citizenship test).

Always assuming you earn enough to pass the criteria hmm

PlatoTheGreat Mon 27-Jun-16 16:26:56

For the moment, yes there is no issue at all and there won't be any until the exit from the EU is finalised (a good 2 years ahead?).

If you would like to stay in the UK when it has leaved the EU, you might want to look at all possibilities and start building a case for you staying (eg by getting the Permanet Residence card)

Fwiw, most immigration lawyers strongly advise all EU citizen living here to get one whilst we are still in the EU.

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