How can you prove your Settled or Pre-settled status?

According to the EU Settlement Scheme statistics recently published by the Home Office, more than 2.4 million (2,450,500) applications were received up to 31 October 2019 of which 60% were granted Settled status whilst 40%  resulted in Pre-settled status.

How can you prove your Settled or Pre-settled status?

Migrants are able to view and prove their Settled or Pre-settled status via the following website:

Additionally, migrants can obtain a share code to prove their status to others, for example, their employers or landlords.

Applicants can also update their personal details via this official website, for instance, update their passport information, UK home address, name, email address or phone number etc.

Moreover, EEA nationals are able to check what rights they have in the UK, for example, the right to work or to access public funds.

What information do you need to provide?

EEA citizens need to provide details of the identity document that they used to previously apply (such as passport, national identity card, or biometric residence card or residence permit), date of birth, as well as the mobile number or email address used when they applied for the status, migrants will be sent a code for logging in the system.

Contact Our Immigration Team

For expert advice regarding any aspect of the Pre-settled or Settled status application, please contact our immigration team on 0203 384 3075.





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