A study on Brexit consequences made by our English partner Gyros

In collaboration with the University of Cambridge, our English partner Gyros conducted a study on Brexit consequences.

This study was made in a context of change for the inhabitants of the UK. If the government did not find any deal for the Brexit, the government still launched its “settled status” reform. Indeed, before the end of June 2021, EU nationals living in the UK need to apply for Settled Status (EUSS) in order to continue living and working here.

The idea of this study is to show that vulnerable people like migrants face problems with this new rule. In fact, according to the study “a significant portion of the migrant community is still unaware of the need to apply for settled status or even what settled status is/means”.
You can check the complete study here.