Nine months after the UK voted to leave the EU, on 29 March 2019 the government triggered Article 50, so beginning the formal process of departure. The UK remains a full member until we exit the EU, and all rights and obligations of membership remain in place for the interim period. In December 2017, the UK government reached an agreement with the European Commission to secure the status of UK nationals living in other member states and EU citizens living in the UK after we exit the EU. Negotiations on this and other essential matters continue. The European Commission has a webpage tracking these developments, and below you can find periodic updates from the British government regarding Brexit and progress in these end state negotiations. You can also sign up for email updates from the UK Home Office regarding the status of EU citizens living in the UK: