Architects may need to travel between the UK and EU to provide services. The EU is the second largest source of international work for UK practices. Freedom of movement will no longer apply if the UK leaves the EU without a withdrawal agreement in place after 31 October 2019 in the case of a ‘no deal’ Brexit.
The guidance below covers travelling between the UK and EU, living in the EU. If you cannot find the information you are looking for below, please check the UK Government’s Brexit webpage.
This UK Government note outlines issues you may need to consider if you are planning on visiting the EU after 31 October 2019, including checking the validity of your passport for travel.
The EU will allow UK citizens to travel to the EU for 90 days in any 180 days for business meetings, training, sports and cultural events, and short-term study. For any activity outside of these areas, or if intending to stay for longer than 90 days, individuals should with the relevant embassy as you may need a visa, work permit or other documentation.
After Brexit, the rights of UK nationals living in the EU will change. This UK Government note outlines issues you may need to consider if you are a UK national living in the EU.
This note provides county-by-county guidance for UK nationals living in an EU member state.