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      Brexit: UK nationals in Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway

      The UK has reached agreement on separation issues, including citizens’ rights, with the European Economic Area (EEA) and European Free Trade Area (EFTA) states (Norway, Iceland, and Liechtenstein). The legal text of this agreement was published on 20 December 2018. This agreement will apply if the Withdrawal Agreement is agreed with the EU.

      The UK has also reached an agreement with the EEA EFTA states to protect citizens’ rights in a no deal scenario.

      These agreements give people more certainty about key rights including residence, healthcare, pensions and other benefits. Together they will protect the rights of UK nationals in the EEA EFTA states and EEA EFTA nationals in the UK in any scenario, ensuring that you can continue living your lives broadly as you do now.

      View the EEA EFTA Separation Agreement that provides clarity for both UK and EEA EFTA citizens, businesses and organisations.
      View the EEA EFTA No Deal Citizens’ Rights Agreement that provides clarity for both UK and EEA EFTA citizens in a no deal scenario.

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