PROVISIONS FOR ENTRY IN THE UNITED KINGDOM
To enter the United Kingdom, from 1 October 2021, it is necessary to use a valid passport.
As prepared by the guides provided by GOV.UK, EU citizens who appear to be without a passport for entry into the United Kingdom may be rejected at the border.
Only those who have joined the EU Settlement Scheme, cross-border workers (Frontier worker permit-hypertext link: https://www.gov.uk/frontier-worker-permit), EU citizens with a permit for family reunification within the EU Settlement Scheme (EU Settlement Scheme Family permit-hypertext link: https://www.gov.uk/family-permit), EU citizens with a permit for healthcare treatment in the UK (S2 Healthcare Visitor-hyperlink: HTTP: // www. gov.uk/guidance/enter-the-uk-as-an-s2-healthcare-visitor) will be able to continue to use the Identity Card.
This “id cards factsheets” document in English offers a series of answers to the most common questions on this measure, effective from 1 October.