Brits post-Brexit in Croatia: New laws and rulebook governing long-term stay

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Croatia adopted amendments to the law that regulates the stay of EEA citizens in Croatia, specifically for the purpose of clarifying how UK citizens will be treated post-Brexit. There are also associated changes to the rulebook that defines the guidelines for application of the law.

Since there have been so many new additions, we translated all of it into English and have included it below for your reference. To understand what the law means practically, check out this post that explains what you need to do if you’re a Brit living in Croatia. For example, if you held legal residence prior to January 1, 2021, you must reapply for residence.

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VIII.a NATIONALS OF THE UNITED KINGDOM AND MEMBERS OF THEIR FAMILIES WHO ARE BENEFICIARIES OF THE RIGHTS UNDER THE AGREEMENT

(This is an excerpt from the Law on nationals of the Member States of the European Economic Area and members of their families – View full law in Croatia here)

Article 69a (NN 144/20)

(1) Citizens of the United Kingdom and members of their families who are citizens of the United Kingdom, who on 31 December 2020 had registered temporary or permanent residence in accordance with the provisions of Chapter X of the Aliens Act (Official Gazette 130/11) ., 74/13, 69/17, 46/18 and 53/20) which are valid in accordance with Article 74 of this Act or registered temporary or permanent residence in accordance with the provisions of this Act and continue to reside in the Republic of Croatia or meet the conditions of continuity of residence referred to in Article 11 of the Agreement, may submit an application for temporary residence in accordance with Article 15 of this Act or an application for permanent residence in accordance with Article 27 of this Act.

(2) Family members who are not nationals of the United Kingdom nor are nationals of EEA Member States who, on 31 December 2020, had temporary or permanent residence in accordance with the provisions of Chapter X of the Aliens Act (Official Gazette 130). / 11, 74/13, 69/17, 46/18 and 53/20) which are valid in accordance with Article 74 of this Act or temporary or permanent residence in accordance with the provisions of this Act and continue to reside in the Republic of Croatia or meet the conditions on continuity of residence referred to in Article 11 of the Agreement, may apply for temporary residence in accordance with Article 23 of this Act or application for permanent residence in accordance with Article 30 of this Act, and living or informal life partners who are not UK citizens or EEA Member States and may submit a request for temporary residence in accordance with Article 21, paragraph 2 of this Act, or an application for permanent residence in accordance with Article 30 of this Act.

(3) Citizens of the United Kingdom and members of their families who are citizens of the United Kingdom, who did not have registered temporary or permanent residence in the Republic of Croatia on 31 December 2020 in accordance with the provisions of Chapter X of the Aliens Act (Official Gazette no. 130/11, 74/13, 69/17, 46/18 and 53/20) which are valid in accordance with Article 74 of this Act, nor have they registered temporary or permanent residence in accordance with this Act, and which are in the Republic Before 31 December 2020, they resided in Croatia in accordance with Union law and continue to reside or meet the conditions of continuity of residence referred to in Article 11 of the Agreement, they may submit a temporary residence application in accordance with Article 15 of this Act

(4) Family members who are not citizens of the United Kingdom nor are citizens of EEA Member States, who did not have temporary or permanent residence in the Republic of Croatia on 31 December 2020 in accordance with the provisions of Chapter X of the Aliens Act (Official Gazette), No. 130/11, 74/13, 69/17, 46/18 and 53/20) which are valid in accordance with Article 74 of this Act or temporary or permanent residence in accordance with the provisions of this Act, and which are in the Republic Croatia before 31 December 2020 have resided in accordance with Union law and continue to reside or meet the conditions of continuity of residence referred to in Article 11 of the Agreement, may apply for temporary residence in accordance with Article 23 of this Act or application for permanent residence in accordance with Article 30 of this Act , and living or informal living partners who are not citizens of the United Kingdom nor are citizens of EEA Member States may apply for temporary residence in accordance with Article 21, paragraph 2 of this Act, or application for permanent residence and in accordance with Article 30 of this Act.

(5) Family members of United Kingdom nationals who are nationals of the United Kingdom and covered by Article 10 (1) (e) (ii) and (iii), including persons referred to in paragraph 4 of this Article of the Agreement, who join or are in accompanied by citizens of the United Kingdom and intend to stay in the Republic of Croatia after the transitional period, may apply for temporary residence in accordance with Article 15 of this Act, and family members who are not citizens of the United Kingdom or EEA Member States may apply for temporary residence in accordance with Article 23 of this Act, and living or informal life partners who are not citizens of the United Kingdom nor are citizens of EEA Member States may apply for temporary residence in accordance with Article 21, paragraph 2 of this Act.

(6) A family member of a citizen of the United Kingdom, who is a citizen of an EEA Member State and a beneficiary of the rights under the Agreement, may, at his own request, be issued a residence permit referred to in Article 69b of this Act.

(7) For citizens of the United Kingdom and members of their families to whom the Agreement does not apply, the Ministry shall, through the competent police administration or police station, reject an application or request for temporary residence or permanent residence submitted after 1 January 2021.

(8) No appeal shall be allowed against the decision of the Ministry issued through the competent police administration or police station referred to in paragraph 7 of this Article, but an administrative dispute may be initiated.

(9) The Minister shall prescribe by an ordinance the technical conditions for applying for temporary or permanent residence, the technical conditions for issuing a residence permit and the technical conditions for the entry of citizens of the United Kingdom and members of their families.

Article 69b (NN 144/20)

(1) Citizens of the United Kingdom and members of their families who are beneficiaries of the rights under the Agreement shall be issued residence permits in accordance with the regulations governing the status and work of third-country nationals in the Republic of Croatia, which shall contain a note issued in accordance with the Agreement.

(2) The Minister shall prescribe by an ordinance the price of the residence permit referred to in paragraph 1 of this Article.

(1) Citizens of the United Kingdom who were frontier workers at the end of the transitional period within the meaning of Article 9 (b). and Article 24, paragraph 3 of the Agreement, they are obliged to submit a request for the issuance of a border pass confirming the status of a border worker, accompanied by a valid foreign travel document or identity card and proof that they performed economic activity as border workers in Croatia. periods and that after that period they continue to perform economic activity.

(2) The request for the issuance of a border pass shall be submitted to the police administration or police station according to the place of work.

(3) In the procedure regarding the request for the issuance of a border pass, the provision of Article 15, paragraph 4 of this Act shall apply accordingly.

(4) No appeal shall be allowed against the decision of the Ministry issued through the competent police administration or police station referred to in paragraph 2 of this Article, but an administrative dispute may be initiated.

(5) The Minister shall prescribe by an ordinance the technical conditions for issuing and the price of the border pass referred to in paragraph 1 of this Article.

Article 69d (NN 144/20)

(1) The application or application for temporary residence or application for permanent residence referred to in Article 69a of this Act, as well as the application for the issuance of a border pass referred to in Article 69c of this Act may be submitted from 1 January 2021.

(2) Citizens of the United Kingdom and members of their families referred to in Article 69a, paragraphs 1 to 4 of this Act, who are present in the Republic of Croatia on 31 December 2020 and continue to reside in the Republic of Croatia, may report or submit a request for temporary residence or apply for permanent residence until 30 June 2021.

(3) Citizens of the United Kingdom and members of their families referred to in Article 69a paragraphs 1 to 4 of this Act who are not present in the Republic of Croatia as at 31 December 2020 and meet the conditions of continuity of residence referred to in Article 11 of the Agreement may apply or submit a request for temporary residence or report permanent residence within six months from the date of entry into the Republic of Croatia.

(4) Family members of citizens of the United Kingdom referred to in Article 69 a paragraph 5 of this Act may report or submit a request for temporary residence within six months from the day of entry into the Republic of Croatia or from the fact of birth, if the child was born in the Republic of Croatia. or adoption, if the child was adopted in the Republic of Croatia.

(5) Failure to submit a request within the deadlines prescribed in paragraphs 2 to 4 of this Article shall not exclude the right to file a request after those deadlines, but may lead to misdemeanor sanctions referred to in Article 73a of this Act.

Article 69e (NN 144/20)

(1) Possession of a residence permit referred to in Article 69b or a border pass referred to in Article 69c of this Act does not constitute a precondition for exercising the right or for performing the administrative formalities referred to in Title II. Chapter 1 of the Agreement, because the capacity of the beneficiary of these rights from the Agreement can be proved by another means of evidence.

(2) The Minister shall prescribe by an ordinance the means of evidence confirming the status of the beneficiary of the right referred to in paragraph 1 of this Article.

Article 69f (NN 144/20)

(1) Citizens of the United Kingdom who on 31 December 2020 had a temporary residence permit for the purpose of family reunification with a Croatian citizen shall retain their residence status and the provisions of this Act shall apply to them, and they shall be issued residence permits in accordance with regulates the status and work of third-country nationals in the Republic of Croatia.

(2) Citizens of the United Kingdom referred to in paragraph 1 of this Article may submit an application for a residence permit until 30 June 2021.

(3) The residence permit referred to in paragraph 1 shall not contain a note that it was issued in accordance with the Agreement.

(4) Failure to submit a request within the period prescribed in paragraph 2 of this Article does not exclude the right to submit a request after that deadline, but may lead to misdemeanor sanctions referred to in Article 73a of this Act

XIX. NATIONALS OF THE UNITED KINGDOM AND MEMBERS OF THEIR FAMILIES WHO ARE BENEFICIARIES OF THE RIGHTS UNDER THE AGREEMENT

(This is an excerpt from the Ordinance on amendments to the Ordinance on the status and work of third-country nationals in the Republic of Croatia – View full law in Croatia here)

Article 42a

1) A citizen of the United Kingdom who is a beneficiary of the rights from the Agreement and members of his family, and who does not have a residence permit from Article 42.d or a border pass from Article 42e of this Ordinance, to the police officer to inspect documents such as:

– confirm that the preparation of a residence permit is in progress, in which a note has been entered: »Art. 18th century 4. of the Agreement / Article 18 (4) of the Agreement «, which was given to that person after submitting the application for technical preparation of the residence permit

– confirm that the construction of a border pass is in progress, in which a note has been entered: »Art. 50. UEU-a-border worker / Art. 50 TEU-Frontier worker ”, which was given to that person after submitting the application for the issuance of a border pass

– certificate of the employer in the Republic of Croatia from which it is evident that the person to whom he is employed is employed by the respective employer, period from when the person is employed by that employer, name, OIB, seat of the employer, name, surname and signature of the responsible person issuing a certificate or a valid employment contract

– confirmation of the competent institution on the status of the pupil or student

– health insurance card, which reads in the name of that person, if the health insurance is still valid

– certificates of the competent authority on registration of temporary residence (“registration certificate”) or previously valid residence cards, issued in accordance with the Ordinance on the method of determining the conditions for entry and stay in the Republic of Croatia of citizens of the European Economic Area and their families (Official Gazette “, No. 126/12, 81/13, 38/15, 85/15, 132/17 and 101/18) or the Ordinance on entry and residence in the Republic of Croatia of citizens of the Member States of the European Economic Area and members of their families (” National newspaper ”, No. 107/20)

– certificates of registration of residence, domicile and residential address in the Republic of Croatia

– other relevant documentation from which it is possible to unequivocally establish that this is a citizen of the United Kingdom or a member of his family, beneficiaries of rights under the Agreement in the territory of the Republic of Croatia

– other relevant documentation from which it can be unequivocally established that the citizen of the United Kingdom was a border worker in the Republic of Croatia until 31 December 2020 and is still a beneficiary of the Agreement, such as an extract from the court or trade register and other relevant evidence that a citizen of the United Kingdom carried out economic activity in the Republic of Croatia until 31 December 2020.

(2) Family members of a United Kingdom citizen who is a beneficiary of the right under the Agreement shall prove their status as a family member at a border crossing by providing the police officer with the evidence referred to in Article 15 (2) and / or 3 or Article 17 (4). / or 5 of this Ordinance, and the life partners of a citizen of the United Kingdom the evidence referred to in Article 18 of this Ordinance.

(3) Family members of a citizen of the United Kingdom who are beneficiaries of the Agreement, if they are not in the company of the said citizen of the United Kingdom at the border crossing, shall prove their status as a family member at the border crossing by giving police to the border control officer for inspection and the following documents:

Copies of the travel document of a United Kingdom national of which he or she is a family member or

– Copies of the certificate of temporary residence (“registration certificate”), residence card or residence permit of a citizen of the United Kingdom whose family member is a note in which the note is entered: “Art. 50 TEU / Article 50 TEU «.

(4) Citizens of the United Kingdom who are beneficiaries of the Agreement and members of their families in the Republic of Croatia and are provided with appropriate evidence referred to in paragraphs 1 to 3 of this Article shall not be stamped entry / exit stamps when crossing the state border.

Article 42b

(1) A citizen of the United Kingdom and a member of his family who is a citizen of the United Kingdom shall enclose a copy of a valid travel document or identity card certified by an official after inspecting the original, and a family member who is not a citizen of the United Kingdom. The Kingdom of Neither shall be a national of an EEA Member State and shall enclose a copy of a valid travel document, which shall be certified by an official after inspecting the original, together with the application for temporary residence and the application for permanent residence referred to in this Part.

(2) When applying for temporary or temporary residence, the condition of uninterrupted residence referred to in Article 11 of the Agreement shall be determined and the citizen of the United Kingdom and a member of his family may be required to submit evidence proving uninterrupted residence.

(3) A citizen of the United Kingdom and a member of his family who is a citizen of the United Kingdom referred to in Article 69a paragraph 1 of the Act shall enclose only the proof referred to in paragraph 1 of this Article with the application form for temporary or permanent residence. Ministries to check the fact of regulated residence in the Republic of Croatia.

(4) A family member who is not a citizen of the United Kingdom nor a citizen of an EEA Member State referred to in Article 69a paragraph 2 of the Act shall enclose only the proof referred to in paragraph 1 of this Article with the application form for temporary residence or registration of permanent residence. official person by inspecting the Information System of the Ministry to check the fact of regulated stay in the Republic of Croatia.

(5) A citizen of the United Kingdom and a member of his family who is a citizen of the United Kingdom referred to in Article 69a, paragraph 3 of the Act shall attach to the temporary residence application form with proof referred to in paragraph 1 of this Article:

– the documentation referred to in Article 13, subparagraphs 1 or 2, Article 14, Article 15, paragraphs 2 and / or 3 or Article 16 of this Ordinance, while the living or informal life partner will attach the documentation referred to in Article 18, paragraph 1 and / or 3. of this Ordinance and

– other evidence that by 31 December 2020 he has exercised the right to reside in the Republic of Croatia in accordance with Union law, such as employment contract or other appropriate contract, employer’s certificate showing the period of employment, name, OIB, registered office employer, name, surname and signature of the responsible person, proof that they are self-employed persons, proof that they were educated or studied in the Republic of Croatia, title deed, lease agreement, proof of paid utilities or other relevant evidence, bank statement according to the account in the Republic of Croatia, proof of exercising the right to health insurance or proof of payment of monthly installments for health insurance, and a family member with the above documentation for a citizen of the United Kingdom and evidence that before 31 December 2020 in the Republic of Croatia accompanied or joined by a citizen of the United Kingdom, such as a statement of the parties or witnesses about living together, proof of joint housing and other relevant evidence.

(6) A family member who is not a citizen of the United Kingdom nor a citizen of an EEA Member State referred to in Article 69a, paragraph 4 of the Act shall attach to the application form for temporary residence with the proof referred to in paragraph 1 of this Article:

– the documentation referred to in Article 17, paragraphs 4 and / or 5 of this Ordinance, while the living or informal life partner will enclose the documentation referred to in Article 18, paragraphs 2 and / or 3 of this Ordinance, and

– evidence that until 31 December 2020 he was accompanied or joined by a citizen of the United Kingdom in the Republic of Croatia, such as a statement of the parties or witnesses on living together, proof of cohabitation and other relevant evidence,

– evidence that a citizen of the United Kingdom to whom he accompanies or joins until 31 December 2020 has exercised the right to reside in the Republic of Croatia in accordance with Union law, such as an employment contract or other appropriate contract, a certificate from the employer is the period of employment, name, OIB, registered office of the employer, name, surname and signature of the responsible person, proof that they are self-employed, proof that they were educated or studied in the Republic of Croatia, title deed, lease agreement, proof of paid utilities or other appropriate evidence, bank statement on the account in the Republic of Croatia, proof of the use of rights based on health insurance or proof of payment of monthly installments for health insurance, and

– the evidence referred to in Articles 13, 14 or 16 of this Ordinance relating to the period of residence of the citizen of the United Kingdom after 1 January 2021.

(7) A citizen of the United Kingdom and a member of his family referred to in Article 69a, paragraphs 3 and 4 of the Act who acquired the right to permanent residence until 31 December 2020 on the basis of continuous legal residence for five years in the Republic of Croatia with Union law, the application form of permanent residence with the evidence referred to in paragraph 1 of this Article, shall attach the documentation referred to in paragraph 5 and paragraph 6 of this Article, relating to the period of residence until 31 December 2020.

(8) If a citizen of the United Kingdom has a residence permit referred to in Article 42.d of this Ordinance, a member of his family referred to in Article 69a paragraph 5 of the Act, who is a citizen of the United Kingdom, shall apply for a temporary residence form with the proof referred to in paragraph 1 of this Article, attach the documentation referred to in Article 15, paragraphs 2 and / or 3 of this Ordinance, and a family member who is not a citizen of the United Kingdom or a citizen of an EEA Member State shall attach the application for temporary residence with the proof referred to in paragraph 1 of this Article. the documentation referred to in Article 17, paragraphs 4 and / or 5 of this Ordinance, while the living or informal life partner who is a citizen of the United Kingdom shall attach the documentation referred to in Article 18, paragraph 1 to the temporary residence application form with the proof referred to in paragraph 1 of this Article. and / or 3 of this Ordinance, and a living or informal life partner who is not a citizen of the United Kingdom nor a citizen of an EEA Member State in the application form for temporary residence with az referred to in paragraph 1 of this Article, shall enclose the documentation referred to in Article 18, paragraph 2 and / or 3 of this Ordinance.

(9) A family member of a citizen of the United Kingdom referred to in Article 69a, paragraph 5 of the Act shall apply for or request a temporary residence if the citizen of the United Kingdom does not have a residence permit referred to in Article 42d of this Ordinance.

– evidence that the citizen of the United Kingdom by 31 December 2020 has exercised the right to reside in the Republic of Croatia in accordance with Union law, such as an employment contract or other appropriate contract, employer’s certificate showing the period of employment, name, OIB , seat of the employer, name, surname and signature of the responsible person, proof that they are self-employed persons, proof that they were educated or studied in the Republic of Croatia, title deed, lease agreement, proof of paid utilities or other relevant evidence, bank statement on transactions on the account in the Republic of Croatia, proof of the use of rights based on health insurance, ie proof of payment of monthly installments for health insurance, and

– evidence referred to in Articles 13, 14 and 16 of this Ordinance relating to the period of residence of a citizen of the United Kingdom after 1 January 2021.

(10) It must be evident from the documentation prescribed in paragraph 8 of this Article that the marital or extramarital union and the life or informal life partnership existed before 31 December 2020 and that it still exists at the time of submitting the application for temporary residence or application for approval. temporary residence.

(11) A family member who is not a national of the United Kingdom nor a national of an EEA Member State referred to in Article 9 (1) (a) (ii) of the Agreement who is joined or accompanied by a minor national of the United Kingdom shall be paragraphs 1, 2, 4, 6, 7, 8 and 9 of this Article.

(12) Paragraphs 1 to 6 of this Article shall apply to family members of a citizen of the United Kingdom who have retained the right of temporary residence until 31 December 2020, when applying for or applying for temporary residence. applications for permanent residence shall apply paragraphs 1, 2, 3, 4 and 7 of this Article accordingly.

(13) Evidence of health insurance attached to the application for temporary residence or application for temporary residence permit is considered to be: health card of the Croatian Health Insurance Institute, European Health Insurance Card, sick list of the Croatian Health Insurance Institute, appropriate certificate of foreign health insurance carrier on the right to health care in accordance with the regulations of the European Union on the coordination of the social security system, proof prescribed by an international agreement on social insurance or comprehensive private health insurance.

(14) Evidence confirming the status of a beneficiary of the right referred to in the Agreement as referred to in Article 69e paragraph 1 of the Act shall be deemed to be a previously issued registration certificate or residence card, employment contract or other appropriate contract, certificate of the employer from which the period of employment is evident, name, OIB, seat of the employer, name, surname and signature of the responsible person, excerpt from the court or trade register and proof of economic activity, proof that they were educated in the Republic Croatia (diploma, certificate, attestation or certificate of the competent institution on attending primary, secondary or higher education or vocational training), title deed, lease agreement, proof of paid utilities or other relevant evidence, bank statement on account in the Republic of Croatia , proof of the use of rights based on health insurance, ie proof of payment of monthly installments for the health insurance if, on the basis of the assessment of each piece of evidence separately and all together, it can be established that a citizen of the United Kingdom and a member of his family exercised the right to reside in accordance with Union law until 31 December 2020 and subsequently reside in Republic of Croatia and that it fulfills the condition of continuity of residence from the Agreement.

Article 42c

(1) A citizen of the United Kingdom and a member of his family who is a citizen of the United Kingdom shall apply for temporary residence on the Temporary Residence Application Form for a citizen of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and a member of his family who is a citizen of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. Withdrawal Agreement) (Form 7b) which is white, rectangular in shape, measuring 21×29.7 cm.

(2) A family member of a citizen of the United Kingdom who is not a citizen of the United Kingdom nor a citizen of an EEA Member State shall submit a request for temporary residence on the Temporary Residence Application Form for a family member of a citizen of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and Northern Ireland or an EEA Member State (beneficiary of the right of withdrawal) (Form 8b) which is white, rectangular in shape, measuring 21 x 29.7 cm.

(3) A citizen of the United Kingdom and a member of his family shall apply for permanent residence on the Permanent Residence Application Form for a citizen of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and a member of his family , size 21×29.7 cm.

Article 42d

(1) A citizen of the United Kingdom and a member of his family shall be issued a residence permit on the form prescribed by the ordinance governing the status and work of third-country nationals in the Republic of Croatia, in which the words “Art. 50 TEU / Article 50 TEU “, and in the column” remarks “the words:” Art. 18th century 4. of the Agreement /, Article 18 (4) of the Agreement ”, while on the other party in the column“ remarks ”the words“ work without a residence and work permit ”and the words“ temporary residence ”or“ permanent residence ”depending on the status will be entered who is a citizen of the United Kingdom, and a member of his family on the other party in the column “notes” will enter the words “work without a residence permit and work” and the words: “temporary residence-family member” or “permanent residence”, depending on status who has a family member.

(2) The application for the preparation of a residence permit shall be submitted on the form for the technical preparation of a residence permit and in the manner prescribed by the ordinance governing the status and work of third-country nationals in the Republic of Croatia.

(3) In the perforated form of the application for technical preparation of the residence permit referred to in paragraph 2 of this Article, which is given to the applicant as a confirmation that the preparation of the residence permit is in progress, the words: »Art. 18th century 4. Agreement / Article 18 (4) of the Agreement «.

(4) A family member of a citizen of the United Kingdom who is a citizen of an EEA Member State referred to in Article 69a, paragraph 6 of the Act, who at his request is issued a residence permit on the form prescribed by the ordinance governing the status and work of third country nationals in the Republic of Croatia , on the first page in the section “type of permit” the words will be entered: “EGP family member of the beneficiary from Art. 18th century 4 of the Agreement “, and in the column” remarks “the words:” EEA family member of the beneficiary of Article 18 (4) of the Agreement “shall be entered, while on the other party in the column” remarks “the words” work without a permit for residence and work ”and the words“ temporary residence ”or“ permanent residence ”depending on the status of the family member.

(5) A residence permit shall be issued to a citizen of the United Kingdom and a member of his family who have a temporary residence permit for a period of five years, and a residence permit shall be issued to a citizen of the United Kingdom and a member of his family who have a permanent residence permit for a period of ten years.

Article 42e

(1) A citizen of the United Kingdom who, until 31 December 2020, was a frontier worker within the meaning of Article 9 (b). and Article 24, paragraph 3 of the Agreement, will submit a request for the issuance of a border pass confirming the status of a border worker, which will be accompanied by proof that he performed economic activity in the Republic of Croatia as a border worker before 31 December 2020 and that he then continues to perform, such as an employment contract or other appropriate contract, the employer’s certificate showing the period of employment, name, OIB, registered office of the employer, name, surname and signature of the responsible person, excerpt from the court or trade register and proof of performance economic activities.

(2) The application for a border pass shall be submitted on the Border Pass Application Form for a citizen of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland who is a border worker within the meaning of the Withdrawal Agreement (Form 10b) which is white, rectangular, 21×29, 7 cm.

(3) A border pass shall be issued to a citizen of the United Kingdom on the form prescribed by the ordinance governing the border pass and a permit for a one-time crossing of the common state border, in which the words “Art. 50. UEA-a-border worker / Art. 50 TEU-Frontier worker «.

(4) The request for the construction of a border pass shall be submitted on the form for technical construction of the border pass and in the manner prescribed by the ordinance governing the border pass and permit for one-time crossing of the common state border. is in the process of making a border pass to enter the words: »Art. 50. UEU-a-border worker / Art. 50 TEU-Frontier worker «.

(5) The address and residence data shall not be entered in the border pass form, nor shall the area of ​​movement and residence as well as border crossings / crossing points of the permitted crossing be entered and no remark shall be made that the holder is not allowed to move outside the border area. abuse of the right to be subject to legal liability, and enter the number of the travel document or identity card on the basis of which it is issued.

(6) A border card shall be issued to a citizen of the United Kingdom for a period of validity of five years.

Article 42.f.

When taking over the residence permit referred to in Article 42.d, paragraph 1 of this Ordinance, a citizen of the United Kingdom and a member of his family shall give the official a certificate of registration (residence certificate) or a residence card, which the official shall revoke by placing the note “CANCELED”. on the certificate or physical punching of the card and the reason for cancellation to record on the Information System of the Ministry and the canceled certificate of registration of temporary residence or canceled residence card to return the citizen of the United Kingdom and his family member.

  1. PRICE OF DOCUMENT FORMS FOR UNITED KINGDOM CITIZENS AND MEMBERS OF THEIR FAMILIES WHO ARE BENEFICIARIES OF THE RIGHTS UNDER THE AGREEMENT

Article 42g

(1) Forms of documents for citizens of the United Kingdom and members of their families who are beneficiaries of the Agreement shall be paid a fee in the following amount:

  1. Residence permit (subtype: Article 50 TEU) HRK 79.50
  2. Border pass (subtype: Article 50 of the UEA) HRK 225.00

(2) The funds referred to in paragraph 1 of this Article shall be paid into the state budget on the IBAN number: HR …………………… and by reference to the number: HR …………………… .or case number.

(3) The Ministry shall cover the difference up to the full price of the residence permit of HRK 240.00 referred to in paragraph 1, item 1 of this Article. “.

 

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