The British Embassy in Lisbon is holding meetings across Portugal to update UK nationals working and living in the country.
The British Embassy in Lisbon and the British Vice Consulate in Portimão have been holding meetings across Portugal to update UK nationals working and living in the country and answering their questions regarding Britain’s departure from the European Union.
These events are part of an ongoing outreach programme. Details of future events will be posted on this page and on our Brits in Portugal Facebook page. These events are free and open to all British nationals.
Upcoming outreach events:
Thursday, 17 January 2019: Auditório da Biblioteca Municipal António Cartaxo da Fonseca, Alameda dos Templários, 2300-303 Tomar at 17h00. With British Consul Simona Demuro and Regional Consular Policy Officer Lorna Geddie. Register for this event here:
The password is Tomar
You can register in advance of the meeting when the full details are advertised. The meetings will include an update on the progress of the negotiations, information on how the UK’s exit from the EU could affect you as a UK national in Portugal, and the chance to put your questions to the team.
Visit our Living in Portugal guide for practical information, such as how to register as a resident. You can receive email alerts whenever the guide is updated by signing up here:
To receive updates on outreach events in your area, follow UK in Portugal accounts on Facebook and Twitter, and keep an eye on this website for more news.
For questions concerning your rights as a UK national in Portugal can be submitted here:
- Living in Portugal guide
- UK Nationals in the EU: essential information
- Brits in Portugal Facebook page
Previous public events held by the British Embassy in Portugal:
- November 2017 Cascais, Silves, Tavira
- January 2018 Silves, Monchique
- February 2018 Coimbra
- May 2018 Castelo Branco
- July 2018 Arganil, Penela
- December 2018 Setúbal
- December 2018 Sintra
- December 2018 Ourique
- December 2018 Loulé
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