The Home Office is providing an extra £8 million of funding to help vulnerable people apply to the EU Settlement Scheme after it came under fire over the support available.
MORE than three million EU citizens have applied to live and work in the UK after Brexit, according to the Home Office.
As the UK prepares to leave the European Union, Health Secretary Jeane Freeman has written to all EU nationals working in Scotland’s health and social care services to thank them for the work they do and to stress that they are welcome in Scotland.
More than a third of EU nationals living in Scotland have yet to apply for permanent residency through the UK Government’s settled status scheme, according to official figures.
Fife’s charities and Fife Council have joined forces to help EU Citizens apply for Settled Status.