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How to ask the Home Office a question about Brexit

If you have a question that you would like to ask about how the EU settlement scheme options affect you, the telephone helpline is friendly and efficient. Check the charges first, as it is expensive to call from a mobile. If you do not have access to a phone and the cost of the call would cause financial hardship, then you can arrange to call from a phone in Student Services.

If you're inside the UK:

Telephone: 0300 123 7379

Monday to Friday (excluding bank holidays) 08:00-20:00

Saturday and Sunday 09:30-16:30

Find out about call charges

You can ask the Home Office a question about Brexit and how it might affect you by completing a contact form online. You will receive an answer in writing (by email) within five working days, which you might prefer to a telephone conversation.

To get more general but up-to-the-minute information about Brexit:

Sign up for email updates about the scheme.

The updates are general, but accessible to all and designed to keep the public, both UK/EU/EEA up to date about the impact of decisions made about Brexit. You can unsubscribe at any time.

UEA organised a presentation for EU students on how things might work after Brexit, and you can search the frequently asked questions for the answers to many common questions about Brexit here:

UEA Brexit FAQs for EU Nationals

Brexit Student FAQs

Will the study abroad programme be affected?

You can find out more on our Brexit information page.