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EU citizens arriving in the Isle of Man after Brexit

Date posted: 11 September 2019

The Isle of Man will introduce a European Temporary Leave to Remain Scheme, in line with the United Kingdom Scheme if there is a no deal exit.

European temporary leave to remain (Euro TLR) is a temporary immigration status that will allow EU, EEA and Swiss citizens who move to the Isle of Man after Brexit to continue living, working and studying in the Isle of Man after 31st December 2020. You'll be able to apply for Euro TLR when the scheme opens after the UK leaves the EU without a deal.

Non-EU, EEA or Swiss close family members of EU, EEA or Swiss citizens will be also be able to apply for European temporary leave to remain.

Isle of Man EU Settlement Scheme Statistics Report

Date posted: 11 September 2019

The Cabinet Office has released a statistics report of the Island's EU Settlement Scheme for the period covering 01 April 2019 – 31 August 2019. The report provides a breakdown of the number of applications received by the Isle of Man Immigration Service during this period. The Isle of Man EU Settlement Scheme Statistics Report can be viewed.

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The Isle of Man Immigration Service are regulators for immigration services in the Isle of Man. Accordingly, its officers are unable to give advice on immigration matters as this could result in a conflict of interest when considering an application which might be made.

The information contained within this immigration website is intended as a general guide only and should not be taken as immigration advice.

It is the responsibility of any person making an application for entry clearance or to vary their leave to satisfy themselves that they meet the requirements for the category to which they are applying before making such an application. The Isle of Man Immigration Service strongly recommends each applicant seeks their own independent legal advice from a person qualified to give immigration advice.

Information on Isle of Man Advocates who specialise in immigration law can be found on the Isle of Man Law Society website.

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