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RuMyC6Jp
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Caroline Fiona Ellen Nokes
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<p>The Immigration Act 1971 provides that a person granted leave to land under earlier (repealed) legislation is treated for the purposes of the 1971 Act as having been granted leave to enter.</p><p>Resident EU citizens and their family members with limited or indefinite leave to enter the UK will not need to apply for pre-settled or settled status under the EU Settlement Scheme once the UK has left the EU. They will be able to do so if they wish and there will be no application fee for settled status where an applicant has valid indefinite leave to enter.</p>
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Home Office
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Home Office
Home Office
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yUWeD2Mu
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yUWeD2Mu
RuMyC6Jp
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yUWeD2Mu
Caroline Fiona Ellen Nokes
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yUWeD2Mu