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Old 09.10.2016, 23:04
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Re: The Brexit referendum thread: potential consequences for GB, EU and the Brits in

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Not necessarily. EU nationals would still have to pass UK immigration when they fly or sail from Ireland. It's the border between north and south where the problems will be, given that Ireland doesn't seem to want to reintroduce border controls there. But even if they do try and "flood" in via Northern Ireland without being able to state a valid reason for why they're flying/sailing to the rest of the UK, they'd be stuck there.
The UK Border Force does not carry out routine immigration checks on travellers (regardless of nationality) arriving in the mainland UK from another part of the CTA.
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