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The Home Office has been dragged into the High Court by Brexit's transaction watchdog over the "illegal" treatment of EU citizens.

The Ministry of Interiorhas been brought to court over 2.5 million "illegal" treatments by government-sponsoredBrexit watchdogsEUBritish citizens.

The High Court confirms the independent oversight body of the Citizens' Rights Agreement (IMA) designed to protect the rights ofEU citizens. Did. In the United Kingdom, has been granted permission to proceed with a judicial review motion against the department.

IMA is the Ministry of Interior's position that citizens cannot apply for resolved status before expires pre-resolved . Is considered to be . 38} Status automatically loses rights is illegal.

The EU payment scheme, which EU citizens must apply for to obtain post-EU immigration status, grants pre-payment status to applicants who have lived in the UK for less than 5 years. After five years.

By May 31, 2021, the total number of individuals granted pre-resolved status is estimated to be 2.6 million.

You must apply for a payment status or reapply for a prepaid status before the prepaid status expires. If they do not apply within the deadline, they will automatically lose their right to work, access to housing, education and claim for benefits and may be liable for deportation.

An IMA spokesperson said: This is an important milestone. He wants to provide clarity and certainty to millions of citizens with pre-resolved status.

"In the meantime, we continue to encourage citizens who have difficulty exercising their rights through an online portal."