Brexit – UK citizens to EU

Brexit and Ambios

Ambios is completely committed to creating and delivering nature conservation training learning opportunities in the UK and Europe and we will continue to welcome applications for our conservation traineeships. The Wildlife Survey and Interpretation Skills course will continue in 2020, with both long and short programmes running as planned (www.ambios.net/wsis/).

The Ambios position is that we are delighted to work with our European partners and friends and hope that this will continue long into the future. Our collective efforts for nature conservation and the need for biodiversity are borderless. It is vital to humanity that there is an abundance of wildlife across the world.

If you have any further questions please do not hesitate to get in touch, by emailing farm@ambios.net or phoning 01803 732747.

Leaving the EU with no deal: Travel

Passenger travel to the EU after Brexit 

This is the statement from the UK Home Office, for passengers travelling to and within Europe after the 29th March in the event that the UK leaves the EU without a deal.

Flights to the EU from UK: From 29th March 2019, if there is a no EU Exit deal, flights should continue as today. Both the UK and EU want flights to continue without any disruption.

Travelling by Eurostar: Your right as a rail passenger using either domestic or cross-border rail services will remain unchanged. Passengers on cross-border rail services will continue to be protected by the EU regulation on rail passengers’ rights, which will be brought into UK law.

Travel by Eurotunnel: Your rights as a passenger using Eurotunnel’s cross border shuttle services will remain unchanged.

Travel by bus or coach from UK to EU: Passengers on cross-border bus and coach services will continue to be protected by the EU regulation on bus and coach passengers’ rights, which will be brought into UK law.

Travel by sea from UK to EU: Passengers on ferry services will continue to be protected by EU regulation on passengers’ rights, which will be brought into UK law.

For more information, please visit: https://www.gov.uk/guidance/passport-rules-for-travel-to-europe-after-brexit

Leaving the EU with no deal: passport rules

Passport rules for travel to Europe after Brexit 

After 29 March 2019:

  • You should have at least six months left on your passport from your date of arrival in another country.  Please check your passport now.  Take steps to renew your passport if this is not the case. https://www.gov.uk/renew-adult-passport
  • If you renewed a passport before its expiry date, up to nine extra months may have been added to your new passport’s expiry date.  Due to a change in passport rules, any extra months on your passport over 10 years may not count towards the minimum six months that you need for travel to most European countries.  If you compare the Date of Issue with the Date of Expiry and its longer than 10 years, you need to think carefully about the implications.
  • You can read more on the Government’s passport webpage: https://www.gov.uk/guidance/passport-rules-for-travel-to-europe-after-brexit
  • You should carry your European Health Insurance Card (EHIC) with you.

We urge you to follow the latest UK Government instructions https://www.gov.uk/going-and-being-abroad