BREXIT NEWS: The UK Government has today (6 March 2020) allocated £3 million to support UK nationals in the EU. The money will be used by selected charities and organisations to provide practical support for UK nationals living in the EU.
Each organisation will receive government funding to support UK citizens who may find it harder to complete all the paperwork required for residency applications. This includes pensioners, disabled people, those living in remote areas or who have mobility difficulties, and those who require help with language translation or interpretation.
The selected charities include the armed forces charity, SSAFA, the London-based specialist legal charity the AIRE (Advice on Individual Rights in Europe) Centre, and the International Organisation for Migration. No specific organisation based in Belgium has been announced.
You can read the full UK Government announcement here.