via Ewa at Migration Yorkshire
Migration Yorkshire have produced a briefing about rights of EU nationals in the UK post referendum for local authorities services and third sector organisations working with EU migrants.
In addition, Nick from Chapeltown CAB has pointed to this very useful statement on the CAB website
“The UK public has voted to leave the EU. This means it’s likely that some laws will change in the future – but not immediately.
Everything will stay the same until new laws are made.
If you’re an EU citizen living in the UK, your rights to live, work or get benefits won’t change unless the government passes new laws.
If you’re a UK citizen living in the EU or travelling to the EU, your rights won’t change yet either.
You don’t need to take any action now. Changes to the law will be announced before they happen, so you’ll have time to prepare if you’re affected.
If you think you’ve been discriminated against since the referendum, for example if you’ve been unfairly refused work or housing, or told your rights have changed, you should contact your nearest Citizens Advice.”