Pushed by the concern, May is poised to put an end to free movement for new EU migrants while triggering Brexit negotiations.
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To the contrary, those who arrived before Article 50 was triggered will have their rights protected.
Alternatives for post-Article 50 migrants will include five-year working visas and restrictions in work benefits.
Last week, it was reported that the number of Bulgarian and Romanian migrants to Britain had reached an all-time high of 74 000, a figure up by 19 000 compared to 2015.
The figures came against the backdrop of a decline in net migration to the UK by September 2016, which stood at 273 000 people, a decrease by 49 000 compared to the same period of the year before. That meant immigration had fallen below the 300 000 mark for the first time in two years.
Bulgarians and Romanians were granted the right to work in the UK in January 2014, with the number of arrivals from both countries soaring since then.
As many as 3.6 million EU nationals live in the UK to date.
Some government officials believe the number will surge if the “cut-off” date is prolonged.
“We could end up with half of Romania and Bulgaria coming here if we wait that long,” a government source is quoted as saying.
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