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It is not clear what the post-exit relationship between the UK and the EU will look like but it seems likely there will be at least some restrictions on migration. While it is impossible to be sure I would expect for practical reasons that there will be a cut-off date with people who had already migrated at cutoff getting more favorable treatment than those who have yet to migrate. It is not at all clear what date they would use for said cutoff.

As such if your only citizenship is britishBritish and you intend to migrate to another EU country I woldwould say it is prudent to do so ASAP. On the other hand it's probabllyprobably also wise not to sink too much of your capital into said migration (i.e. consider renting rather than buying) until the dust settles and you know for sure whether you will be allowed to stay or forced to move back to the UK.

It may also be worth checking through your family tree to see if you might have claims on any other citizenships.

It is not clear what the post-exit relationship between the UK and the EU will look like but it seems likely there will be at least some restrictions on migration. While it is impossible to be sure I would expect for practical reasons that there will be a cut-off date with people who had already migrated at cutoff getting more favorable treatment than those who have yet to migrate. It is not at all clear what date they would use for said cutoff.

As such if your only citizenship is british and you intend to migrate to another EU country I wold say it is prudent to do so ASAP. On the other hand it's probablly also wise not to sink too much of your capital into said migration (i.e. consider renting rather than buying) until the dust settles and you know for sure whether you will be allowed to stay or forced to move back to the UK.

It may also be worth checking through your family tree to see if you might have claims on any other citizenships.

It is not clear what the post-exit relationship between the UK and the EU will look like but it seems likely there will be at least some restrictions on migration. While it is impossible to be sure I would expect for practical reasons that there will be a cut-off date with people who had already migrated at cutoff getting more favorable treatment than those who have yet to migrate. It is not at all clear what date they would use for said cutoff.

As such if your only citizenship is British and you intend to migrate to another EU country I would say it is prudent to do so ASAP. On the other hand it's probably also wise not to sink too much of your capital into said migration (i.e. consider renting rather than buying) until the dust settles and you know for sure whether you will be allowed to stay or forced to move back to the UK.

It may also be worth checking through your family tree to see if you might have claims on any other citizenships.

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It is not clear what the post-exit relationship between the UK and the EU will look like but it seems likely there will be at least some restrictions on migration. While it is impossible to be sure I would expect for practical reasons that there will be a cut-off date with people who havehad already migrated at the point the new rules are announced will getcutoff getting more favorable treatment than those who have yet to migrate. It is not at all clear what date they would use for said cutoff.

As such if your only citizenship is british and you intend to migrate to another EU country I wold say it is prudent to do so ASAP. On the other hand it's probablly also wise not to sink too much of your capital into said migration (i.e. consider renting rather than buying) until the dust settles and you know for sure whether you will be allowed to stay or forced to move back to the UK.

It may also be worth checking through your family tree to see if you might have claims on any other citizenships.

It is not clear what the post-exit relationship between the UK and the EU will look like but it seems likely there will be at least some restrictions on migration. While it is impossible to be sure I would expect for practical reasons that people who have already migrated at the point the new rules are announced will get more favorable treatment than those who have yet to migrate.

As such if your only citizenship is british and you intend to migrate to another EU country I wold say it is prudent to do so ASAP.

It may also be worth checking through your family tree to see if you might have claims on any other citizenships.

It is not clear what the post-exit relationship between the UK and the EU will look like but it seems likely there will be at least some restrictions on migration. While it is impossible to be sure I would expect for practical reasons that there will be a cut-off date with people who had already migrated at cutoff getting more favorable treatment than those who have yet to migrate. It is not at all clear what date they would use for said cutoff.

As such if your only citizenship is british and you intend to migrate to another EU country I wold say it is prudent to do so ASAP. On the other hand it's probablly also wise not to sink too much of your capital into said migration (i.e. consider renting rather than buying) until the dust settles and you know for sure whether you will be allowed to stay or forced to move back to the UK.

It may also be worth checking through your family tree to see if you might have claims on any other citizenships.

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It is not clear what the post-exit relationship between the UK and the EU will look like but it seems likely there will be at least some restrictions on migration. While it is impossible to be sure I would expect for practical reasons that people who have already migrated at the point the new rules are announced will get more favorable treatment than those who have yet to migrate.

As such if your only citizenship is british and you intend to migrate to another EU country I wold say it is prudent to do so ASAP.

It may also be worth checking through your family tree to see if you might have claims on any other citizenships.