The United Kingdom has reached an agreement with the countries of the European Free Trade Association (EWREFTA), Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein, which protect citizens` rights. Ursula von der Leyen, President of the European Commission, said she “trusts the British government to implement the withdrawal agreement, an international obligation and a precondition for a future partnership.” The UK`s withdrawal from the European Union affects the right of residence of British nationals and their family members in Germany. The right of every EU citizen and his or her family to live, work or study in an EU member state is one of the foundations of the European Union. Many EU and UK citizens have made their life decisions on the basis of rights related to the free movement of people under EU law. She`s downplaying it. Environment Minister George Eustice stressed that the measures were intended to engage “cowardly ends” and not to break the agreement with the EU. Charles Michel, President of the European Council, welcomed the vote and tweeted that it was an “important step in the process of ratifying Article 50”. He added that “equal conditions of competition remain a must for all future relations.” He recalled the EU`s call for fair competition in exchange for a free trade agreement with zero tariffs and zero quotas. The European Parliament expects the withdrawal treaty to be ratified on 29 January, when the next steps at Westminster go ahead as planned and pave the way for the UK to leave the EU on 31 January. The UK`s exit from the EU will not affect the current rights of British and Irish nationals in the common travel area. Look at the general guide to the travel space.
During the transition period, you and your family members will be able to continue to live, work and study in the EU, as you did before 31 January 2020. For these reasons, it doesn`t matter whether or not you exist with the registration authority in Germany. For the purposes of registration, a person who moves into a home in Germany is required to register. However, moving to a home does not necessarily mean that there is an ordinary principal residence. Conversely, a person may have his primary residence in Germany if he is often in Germany and participates in social activities, for example if he does not reside in his own home, but when he stays with friends, family or a partner.