1. What are my rights as an EU national right now if I have not registered with the EU Settlement Scheme yet? Any EEA (EU) national, and their family members, who were living in the UK before 31 December 2020 have the following rights: Right to remain in the UK for an initial period of three months Right to work Right to study (enrol into training, enrol into a course of study or continue to study) Right to travel in and out of the UK Right to use the NHS. However, after three months of initial residence the above rights end if you do not start to “exercise your treaty rights”. Exercising treaty rights means: You are a jobseeker (normally for a maximum period of three months) You work as an employee of someone else, or; You carry out work as a self–employed person, or; You are a self-sufficient person, meaning you have enough money to support yourself without working or claiming benefits, or; You are a student with comprehensive sickness insurance Also, in certain circumstances EU nationals can continue to have rights of residence in the UK upon ceasing work or self-employment in the UK due to retirement or permanent incapacity.