The article summarises the rights of British citizens living in the EU, set out in the agreement. The European Union (EU) and the United Kingdom (UK) have reached an agreement on the rights of British nationals in the EU. These include British nationals in the Netherlands. Nothing changes for UK nationals who reside in the Netherlands on or before 31 December 2020. The rights of British nationals in the Netherlands are guaranteed even after the transition period. Continued negotiations between the UK and the EU will not affect these rights. The right of every EU citizen and family members to live, work or study in each EU Member State is one of the foundations of the European Union. Many EU and UK citizens have made their life choices on the basis of free movement rights under EU law. The joint reports provide an overview of the progress made in the implementation of the new residence status and the issuance of residence documents that attest to this status for EU citizens in the UK and for UK nationals in EU Member States. Part Six sets out the institutional arrangements underlying the agreement and how to resolve disputes over VA. The main changes to the sixth part of the March 2018 draft concern disputes relating to the agreement itself, which the Commission had initially proposed to be settled by the ECJ if it could not be resolved in the Joint Committee.