After Brexit, an uncertain fate for UK’s nearly 3 million EU-born migrants

Airline passengers wait to enter the UK Border Agency’s passport control area at Heathrow Airport. (Richard Baker/In Pictures via Getty Images)

The United Kingdom is home to nearly 3 million people who were born elsewhere in the European Union and migrated to the UK to work and live. Among EU member states, the UK is second only to Germany in the number of EU-born immigrants residing within its borders. One of the looming questions as Brexit talks get underway is the status of these internal EU migrants.

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Source: Pew Research

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