Home Office publishes EU Settlement Scheme quarterly statistics
The Home Office yesterday published EU Settlement Scheme quarterly statistics up to March 2021.
You can view them online at: EU Settlement Scheme quarterly statistics, March 2021.
This publication takes an in-depth look at the total number of applications to the EU Settlement Scheme between 28 August 2018 and 31 March 2021, and their outcomes.
Applications to the scheme and their outcomes are presented by nationality, age, and geography (which includes constituent parts of the UK, region and local authority). Additional information on applications made on the basis of a derivative right to reside are also included.
This is the first edition of the publication where more detailed information on repeat applications and their outcomes is included.
Kevin Foster, Minister for Future Borders and Immigration yesterday said:
Time is running out for those eligible for the EU Settlement Scheme to apply by the deadline of 30 June 2021, but a range of support is available for the most vulnerable or those that require extra support, so don’t delay in reaching out for help.
Once you’ve applied you will be joining the millions who have secured, in UK law, the status needed to continue living and working here.
I’m proud since the EUSS launched in March 2019, more than 5.4 million applications have been made to the scheme and there have already been over 4.9 million grants of status. Today’s published statistics reveal the breadth of profiles and geographical spread of applicants so far from across the whole country.
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