EU nationals aren’t waiting until June to plan for life post-Brexit
Up until now, few EU nationals have bothered applying for UK citizenship.
To do so, you must have lived in the UK permanently for six years, pay £1,000 per application and pass the Life in the UK test. To read more on why Pre-Referendum uncertainty is seeing many UK based Europeans take up citizenship, head to Spear's Wealth Management Magazine.
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