Brexit
BREXIT ADVICE AND INFORMATION

BCCG Brexit advice and information: The UK has voted to leave the EU in a referendum on 23 June 2016, with 51.9% to leave vs. 48.1% to remain. Brexit due date was extended from March to 31 October 2019. On this page, you will find Brexit related news, links and articles.

Brexit Advice:
If you like to obtain direct Brexit related advice from our Brexit member expert  groups, please contact us at info@bccg.de or see https://www.bccg.de/firstcall with direct contacts of members providing professional services.

BCCG members are engaged in the following Brexit expert groups:

1) Automotive and Industry
2) Banking/Financial Services
3) Legal Issues
4) Energy/Renewables
5) Professional Services/Tax
6) Start-ups
7) Trade


Date / Information
06 Apr 2020 (Press generally)
Update on GOV.UK : Employing EU citizens in the UK
Change made: Because of coronavirus (COVID-19) there are temporary changes to the way you can check right to work documents. Added a link to guidance about the adjusted process....
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13 Mar 2020 (Press generally)
Brexit - Official UK Govt update: healthcare for UK nationals
Page summary: How to get state healthcare when you’re on holiday or travelling to a country in the EU, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway or Switzerland.
https://www.gov.uk
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01 Mar 2020 (Press generally)
Brexit negotiations to start
The Guardian: Key points for the negotiations...
https://www.theguardian.com
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27 Feb 2020 (Press generally)
Brexit negotiations
#UK #EU negotiations on future relationship and trade starting…, UK threating to end in June? Read interesting #BBC report.
https://www.bbc.com
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20 Feb 2020 (Press generally)
Update from GOV.UK – Information and events for British citizens in Germany
The British Embassy, Consulates and partners organise outreach events to inform UK nationals living in Germany about how the UK leaving the EU could affect them.
https://www.gov.uk
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19 Feb 2020 (Press generally)
Update from GOV.UK – Employing EU citizens in the UK
Information for employers on employing EU, EEA and Swiss citizens in the UK, covering: right to work checks, the EU Settlement Scheme and the UK’s new immigration system.
https://www.gov.uk
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19 Feb 2020 (Press generally)
Update from GOV.UK – New immigration system
The UK is introducing a points-based immigration system from 2021.
https://www.gov.uk
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06 Feb 2020 (Press generally)
Update from GOV.UK – Living or move to Germany
Find the latest information about your rights to live in or move to Germany
https://www.gov.uk
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03 Feb 2020 (Press generally)
Update from GOV.UK – Study in the European Union
What you need to do if you want to start higher education in the EU.
https://www.gov.uk
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01 Feb 2020 (Press generally)
Update from GOV.UK – Studying in the UK: guidance for EU students
What citizens of the EU, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Switzerland studying, or planning to study in the UK should consider.
https://www.gov.uk
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31 Jan 2020 (Press generally)
Brexit - UK Govt Guidance: Changes to international trade mark registrations after the transition period
International trade mark registrations protected in the EU under the Madrid Protocol will no longer enjoy protection in the UK after 1 January 2021.
https://www.gov.uk
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31 Jan 2020 (Press generally)
Berliner Morgenpost: Was der Brexit für Berlin bedeutet
Artikel vom 31. Januar 2020
https://www.morgenpost.de
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31 Jan 2020 (Press generally)
Update Gov UK: Changing your company registration from 1 January 2021
The UK formally left the EU on 31 January 2020. Find out if your business will need to change its company registration from 1 January 2021, and how to do this.
https://www.gov.uk
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31 Jan 2020 (Press generally)
Update Gov UK: Changes to Companies House forms from 1 January 2021
The UK formally left the EU on 31 January 2020. This is a list of the Companies House forms that will change from 1 January 2021.
https://www.gov.uk
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30 Jan 2020 (Press generally)
Brexit - UK Govt Guidance: Driving in the EU
Driving in the EU from 1 January 202. UK licence holders living in the EU.
https://www.gov.uk
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30 Jan 2020 (Press generally)
Brexit - UK Govt Guidance: Living in Europe
Information for UK nationals living in the EU, EEA EFTA, Switzerland and Ireland, including guidance on residency, healthcare and the Withdrawal Agreement.
https://www.gov.uk
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24 Jan 2020 (Press generally)
Brexit - UK Govt Update for British in Germany
Official information for British people moving to and living in Germany, including Brexit guidance, residency, healthcare and driving.
https://www.gov.uk
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23 Jan 2020 (Press generally)
Brexit - UK Govt Update for British Citizens in Austria
Guidance on Living in Austria Official information for UK nationals moving to and living in Austria, including Brexit guidance, residency, healthcare and driving.
https://www.gov.uk
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22 Jan 2020 (Press generally)
UK Govt Information and Events for British in Germany
Update: The British Embassy in Berlin, our Consulates and our partners organise events across Germany to inform UK nationals living in Germany about Brexit.
https://www.gov.uk
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20 Jan 2020 (Press generally)
British in Germany
Interesting article on BBC
https://www.bbc.co.uk
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