Since the UK's EU referendum has been in favour of Leave, there might be a few questions in the upcoming weeks that will ask around what will happen. I've already closed one of them as a duplicate of EEA Family permit and UK referendum but I'm not sure if that's the sensible solution here, as in the future (which might be 1-2-3 years later) there might be actually an answer for all of these questions

  • Its a good idea tbh. Can we do something like this for Canadian Express Entry program too? I have been thinking of this for a while now since users come and end up asking the same question over and over again.
    – Dipen Shah
    Jun 25, 2016 at 15:03
  • @DipenShah I think expatriates.stackexchange.com/questions/4451/… is the dup target for the express entry questions
    – SztupY Mod
    Jun 25, 2016 at 15:44
  • Agreed. However that questions focuses on ielts only. There are lots of other factors affecting an express entry profile which needs to be mentioned somewhere.
    – Dipen Shah
    Jun 25, 2016 at 15:56

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Modified my answer to a community wiki on The UK has voted to leave the EU. How does this affect UK/EU (and other) citizens living/working in the UK and vice-versa?

Feel free to edit it to add more up to date information as we know more, and use it as a duplicate target for subsequent questions.

In the duplicate target I've been adding the tag, along with a comment that the question might be reopened once more information is known about the specific question. For me this sounds a sensible idea for the moment.


I've had a few friends ask me about what can be done under the existing rules, while they wait (a potentially long time) for news of what might become. As I think that's a different question, and also one that's answerable today, I've gone ahead an asked it as a new question.

My question is a little broad, but hopefully can help people see what's available today, as well as acting as a duplicate target for some other brexit-related queries...

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