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Do Brits who overstay in EU post-Brexit face deportation?

Leon Fernando Del Canto has written an article in International Adviser looking at whether Brits who overstay in EU post-Brexit will face deportation.

British tourists and second-home owners cannot exceed the 90-day limit outside of the UK post-Brexit, but Spain has dismissed reports that those breaking the law will be immediately deported.

Although the latest visitor rules do not apply to British nationals who are lawfully settled in the EU, a large number of unregistered British citizens in Spain are likely to be affected by regulations, writes Leon Fernando Del Canto, international tax barrister and founder of Del Canto Chambers.

Read the full article in International Adviser: click here

By León Fernando del Canto, Head of Chambers, Barrister and Spanish abogado

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