Brexit: Social security rights of UK and Irish citizens

In this blog, Fragomen's Siobhan Owers and Iskra Nikolic Uskokovic discuss the key points of social security rights of the UK and Irish citizens living and working in each other’s state.

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Feb 05, 2019

A ‘No Deal’ Brexit scenario would have significant and far-reaching consequences for the social security entitlement of EU citizens who have worked or lived in the UK, and British citizens who have worked or lived in another EU member state. Read the complete blogon

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