At the embassy of Sweden in London has a special phone line opened up to be able to provide guidance to the swedes with Brexitfrågor. Something extra high pressure the morning after the news of the rejected proposal, it has not been at the embassy.
– It is the people who contact us every day with questions about what happens and what they will need to make, " says Åsa Höjer, press contact at the Swedish embassy in London.
the embassy informs about the new residence permits that are available and planned by the british government which shall enter into force in the context of a Brexit. In addition, regular briefings and update of the website with the latest information from the Swedish and british government.
– Swedes in the united kingdom should keep themselves updated on what happens and how it can affect them, " says Åsa Höjer.
Swedes settled in the Uk in recent years within the framework of the EU's free movement can search two different variations on the residence permit depending on how long you've lived in the country. The authorisations shall be fully available to search by 30 march.
– In case of a Brexit have swedes who want to remain in the country to review their rights and in the event you need to register for the new permanent residence permit for EU-citizens, a so-called settled, or pre-settled status. This would also apply in the case of a avtalslöst exit, " says Åsa Höjer.
in London, people who are worried over the situation turn for support.
"When people come here it is to relax and share what is happening in life," says Eric Muhl, vicar of the Swedish church in London.
more and more phone calls about Brexits the impact received by the church.
" It is at large crises and disasters: the church will be a place to come to and relax without having to buy ten cups of coffee. Only it is enough to get the strength, the sans and the balance that you might need in such a time, " says Eric Muhl.
different life situations create different conditions for the swedes in the country. The rules may differ, for example, a student and someone who works. How long you have lived in the united kingdom can be another important factor that determines what the accommodations need to do. But yet there is no concrete answer to give in order to mitigate the uncertainty.
" You never know where an English policy of taking the road. It has taught us. We are waiting to see what will happen in the next few days. Maybe we're a little more worried than we are wont to be, but it is well all, " says Eric Muhl.
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