After Brexit EU citizens can travel to Britain without visas.
However, this does not mean that the Europeans will have the right to indefinite stay in the country
According to sources, the provision included in the immigration policy of the UK after its exit from the EU. However, this does not mean that the Europeans will have the right to indefinite stay in the country.
If they want to stay and work in the UK, they will need to meet the new immigration requirements.
Ministers have repeatedly said that although Brexit will give the government the right to control immigration, it does not mean that immigration will be stopped completely. In particular, the government expressed the intention to allow firms to recruit skilled workers from EU countries.
There were also calls for the government to use quotas on the number of skilled workers arriving in the UK. But sources deny the possibility of introducing a quota system.
Although EU citizens do not need visa to cross the border and enter Britain after a Brexit, this does not mean the continuation of freedom of movement, which provides for the right to work in another member state.