Brexit transition: time is running out
By DTA | 14th December 2020 | News
Are you ready? From 1 January 2021, the new rules affect citizens, businesses and travel to the EU. Make sure you're ready for the end of the Brexit transition.
Businesses - to ensure continued flow of people, data, goods and services between the UK and the EU, you need to act now if you're importing goods from the EU, exporting goods to the EU, moving goods to or from Northern Ireland. Further information can be found in the frequently asked questions supplied to business owners from the Government document which can be found under the Brexit section of DTA members guidance documents .
Are you planning to travel to the EU? Checks for all types of travel on the government website and make sure you have travel insurance before you travel to avoid high medical bills, the government has said that EHIC cards will expire on 31 December 2020 and it's unclear whether a replacement scheme will be introduced. Read more from Which?
Citizens - staying in the UK after 31 December 2020 if you're an EU, EEA or Swiss citizen, you and your family usually need to apply. Use the government tool to find out what to do and when. Or if you are a UK national living in the EU, find out what you need to do here.