A Brexit deal has been agreed in principle with the EU.

Both the UK and the EU need to approve and sign the withdrawal agreement. They will then start to negotiate new arrangements. There would be a transition period to prepare for new rules.

The UK could still leave with no deal if the withdrawal agreement is not approved by 31 January 2020, or at the end of a transition period.

Find out what you, your family, or your business should do to be prepared if the UK leaves the EU with no deal.

Check how to prepare for a no deal Brexit

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Preparing your business for Brexit

EU funding after Brexit

Check if your EU-funded project is covered by the UK government’s funding guarantee. The guarantee covers Erasmus+, Horizon 2020 and others.

Visiting the EU

To visit Europe after Brexit there are things you need to do before you travel.

For example, you will need to check your passport, get travel insurance which covers healthcare, and get the right driving documents.

Visit Europe after Brexit

Living and working in the EU

Living and working in an EU country after Brexit depends on the rules in that country.

You may need to register or apply for residency. You should check that you’re covered for healthcare.

You may also need to exchange your UK driving licence for a licence issued by the EU country where you live.

Check what you must do in the country where you live

Staying in the UK if you’re an EU citizen

Check if you need to apply to the settlement scheme if you or your family are from the EU, or from Switzerland, Norway, Iceland or Liechtenstein.

Check what you need to do to stay in the UK