If you want to live in Portugal post-Brexit, some things have changed. British people are now considered “third-country nationals” in EU member states. This means that we no longer have freedom of movement within the Schengen zone and can only spend 90 days there, within a 180-day period.
So, it’s finally happened. The deal has been done and the UK has officially left the European Union. This has left many of us with questions. Where can I live with a British passport after Brexit? Will my expat rights stay the same? Can I easily travel to Europe after Brexit?
Portugal Property Guides had planned to be spending our spring and summer at a series of Your Overseas Home events, meeting you in person and helping get you on your way to Portugal. Well, we know how that worked out!
Portugal has been unavoidably impacted by Covid-19, but it has been praised for how its contained the crisis, and the Prime Minister sees it bouncing back to a ‘golden era’ as lockdown restrictions begin to lift.
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