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Re: Anyone watching the Great Debate on BBC

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Will there be a mass deportation of UK citizen from the EU and Switzerland in two years time? Probably not.

Will UK citizen still be treated the same as they are now as EU citizens? Probably not.

They will probably be treated as third party individuals when it comes to permits coming up for renewal as well. They May not be treated as well if they were to lose their job and be reliant on RAV.

What will happen to Uk citizens with EU C - permits? Will they change them to the same C permits that US citizens get?

Lots of don't knows, but if anyone thinks it will be maintaining the status quo for UK citizens in Europe, they have another think coming. You can't have your cake and eat it.
The only difference before free movement was B permits were for 1 year & you needed to be working to get a renewal. I renewed 3 times, the 4th time I got a C which lasted for 3 years. The only other difference was you needed a C permit to buy property, allowing B permit holders to buy property has pushed up prices, which really benefits very few in CH.
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