Brexit finally became real after a long process of negotiations concluded finally on the 24th December 2020 with the Trade and Cooperation Agreement signed by both parties and ratified by the UK and the council of EU ambassadors. This came four years after the referendum in which the British citizens decided that they wanted their country to leave structures of the European Union. Although Brexit has been to a large extent overshadowed by the global pandemic, it will affect individuals in many aspects of their life. Immigrants from the V4 countries were among those who enjoyed the benefits of the free mobility of people and free access to the British labor market. This project explores how Brexit impact life strategies of over a million Poles, Hungarians, Slovaks and Czechs who live and work in the United Kingdom. The blog is aimed to shorten communication and will allow to share findings faster.