FOUR out of five expats are afraid of losing their right to reside after Brexit.
Some 83% of expats living in the EU are ‘very concerned’ about the impact Brexit could have on their rights and benefits as an EU citizen, a new survey has revealed.
Of the 5000 expats that responded to the survey, almost a quarter live in Spain.
Conducted by the Brussels and Europe Liberal Democrats, the survey found that the right to reside, automatic pension increases and S1 healthcare worries were the top concerns for expats living in Spain.
This comes after the expat group Bremain in Spain recently put its weight behind a campaign to demand EU passports for expats.
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