UPDATE: Following on from our previous article…. and the one before that!!
The uncertainty with Brexit continues, on and on and on ……..
Our last article let you know that Green Cards needed to be issued for trips to the EU beyond the original Brexit date of 29th March 2019.
The EU and the UK have now agreed to further extend the Brexit date to 31st October 2019. This means that you will no longer be required to have a valid Green Card for trips ending before 31st October 2019.
However, until a withdrawal agreement is in place between the EU and the UK, Green Cards must still be issued for trips after and extending beyond 31st October 2019.
In the event that both parties agree that the UK leaves the EU before the 31st October, then Green Cards may again be required for EU travel beyond the date of this agreement if that agreement doesn’t provide for continuation of the current arrangements.
Brexit presents an ever-changing landscape so we’ll try to update you as negotiations progress.