EU Settlement Scheme: late applicants

The Home Office confirmed that EEA citizens and their family members who apply late to the EU Settlement Scheme (EUSS) will have their rights protected. Landlords are advised to get in touch with the Landlord Checking Service if they have a prospective tenant who has confirmation of a late application to the EUSS. For more […]
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