General (General discussion, talk about anything.)
TTS, like most people, myself included, you are only scratching the surface.
What you said is, more or less, a repeat of what I said only worded differently.
The 'grace periods' what you say will be for 'getting paperwork in order', are not what I meant.
I meant 'transitional periods' like the fishing, which will take five years to change and still the EU will have to agree to how it progresses then.
As for 'getting a visa being a piece of piss', well, it might be for some select few, like students, contract workers, holidaymakers (who goes on holiday for over 3 months?) etc...
To stay in Spain, for instance, for over 90 days in any 180 days, I'll have to get a TIA, which means an appointment for a face to face interview.
That's the third stage, after NIE (got) and empadronamiento (got). The TIA leads to residency, but they won't let you have dual nationality, you have to leave the UK.
Even the 'tariff free' carriage of goods are going to be costly.
Replied: 26th Dec 2020 at 22:43