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Residency Rules and the Withdrawal Agreement – Frequently Asked Questions

The Withdrawal Agreement provides for citizens rights upon the UK’s withdrawal from the EU. The following are some FAQ’s based on policy set by SEF (Serviço de Estrangeiros e Fronteiras). Conditions for Residence covered by the Withdrawal Agreement 1.   I am a British citizen, living and working in Portugal. To…

Innovation: Brexit and Online Shopping

The outcome of the transition period for the UK's withdrawal from the European Union is not yet certain. There is so much uncertainty at the moment (the 31st of December 2020 is the date scheduled for the end of the transition), that no one can predict what will happen from the 1st of January 2021, especially in  the circulation of goods between the EU and the UK.

Brexit – Visiting UK Nationals eligible for “tax free” reimbursement

Businesses in Portugal have prepared systems for non-resident UK nationals to participate in “tax free” purchases as of 01 January 2021. The plan allows for the recovery of VAT paid on eligible purchases when exiting Portugal. There is a minimum amount of €61.50 within an establishment to be entitled to…

New British Resident Portal

The Foreigners and Borders Service (SEF) and the United Kingdom Embassy in Lisbon today launched the second phase of their joint information campaign, which aims to inform all British nationals living in Portugal on the new exchange procedure for their current residence permit under the Resident Status Withdrawal Agreement.

Brexit to cut 100,000 British Holidaymakers to Portugal

In all, Brexit is set to cancel eight million tourists travelling in 2021. In Spain alone, there should be 1.3 million fewer UK nationals travelling according to projections of the European Travel Commission. Without a Brexit agreement, British travel should fall by 7% by 2020 and 8% the following year.…

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