The EU Rights Clinic is conducting a survey on problems which UK nationals and their family members may have encountered when applying for an M card or frontier worker permit to secure their residence in Belgium after Brexit. The EU Rights Clinic is a law clinic based in Brussels which specialises in free movement rights. All responses are collated anonymously and will be used to advocate for the rights of UK nationals before the EU institutions. The survey runs until 31 May 2022.
Please complete this survey to help us with our research on how Brexit and the M card process was rolled out in Belgium.
The purpose of this survey is to identify systemic problems in the issuance of resident cards to UK nationals who have chosen to make Belgium their home or frontier worker permits to those who want to continue working there while residing elsewhere. In the event such problems are identified, we intend on raising the matter further with the EU and Belgian authorities. We also intend on publishing results of the survey together with our analysis.
You can fill this survey in if you are a UK national who lived in Belgium before 31 December 2020, or a family member of a UK national, or someone who applied for a frontier worker permit. This survey is anonymous and no personal data will be collected or shared. Please fill in one survey per person.
You will have an opportunity to provide further explanation on your situation at the end of the survey, but please do not share personal information.
The survey can be found here.