House of Lords member, Helena Kennedy advised EU citizens to gather all documents that could show proof of having lived in the UK, The Guardian reported.
Reporter: Micaela Kolischer
Documents could include ownership of a home or proof of rent, bills, documents related to employment, or evidence of interviews or meetings for those who are unemployed.
Kennedy also suggests to make a file that shows the person’s presence, for example, having acquaintances, tutors, teachers, business partners. As part of an EU subcommittee, she has undertaken an investigation, interviewing experts and British citizens living in Europe, and she will call for a pledge to protect the rights of EU citizens living in the UK.