BREXIT TRANSITION: TIME IS RUNNING OUT
Yes, time is running out so make sure you are ready
Your business, family, personal and travel circumstances will be affected by the Brexit transition.
The Withdrawal Agreement set a transition period lasting until 31 December 2020.
The British Embassy in Rome and the British Consulate General Milan are currently holding online meetings across Italy to update British citizens working and living in the country and answering their questions regarding Britain’s departure from the European Union. There are new rules (and requirements) for businesses and UK citizens from 1 January 2021
Changes for businesses and citizens
You need to act NOW if you’re:
* importing goods from the EU * exporting goods to the EU * moving goods to or from Northern Ireland *
travelling to the EU * living and working in the EU * staying in the UK if you’re an EU citizen
GUIDE ON RESIDENCY: Under the Withdrawal Agreement ratified by the European Union and the United Kingdom,
European rules on free movement will continue to apply to UK nationals and their family members through the transitional period until 31 December 2020.
The registration office (anagrafe) at the local town hall (comune) remains the competent authority for registering UK nationals.
Residency If you are resident in Italy before the transition period ends on 31st December 2020, you will be able to stay. You must register as an Italian resident (in Italian) if you want to stay in Italy for more than 3 months. You will get one of the following from the local town hall or comune: an attestazione di iscrizione anagrafica or attestazione di soggiorno permanente (if resident for 5 years or more)