Earlier this week the government published new advice setting out key points inbound visitors (from EU and rest of the world) need to be aware of for travelling to the UK post exit
The new advice is here
It basically aims to address some of the queries are being received in terms of immigration requirements in deal/no deal for visitors and provide some reassurance i.e:
- reciprocal proposal that it will continue to be visa-free for EU nationals visiting the UK;
- that what you need to show at the UK border will not change, even if the UK leaves the EU without a deal (EU nationals can still use ID cards in short term, use e-gates when travelling on passport),
- that in no deal scenario, EU nationals can still visit/work/study in the UK for up to 3 months, then apply for European temporary leave to remain for 36 months.
We will continue to update you as we get more clarity on issues like reciprocal healthcare (use of EHICs).
There is also updated information for outbound travellers to the EU here