Farage said Tuesday he had been deemed a "nut case" for years for telling his European Parliament colleagues that Britain would leave the bloc.
Under this scheme, Europeans will have to register in order to continue living in the country.
The UK Home Office says that nobody is granted pre-settled status without first being offered the opportunity to submit evidence that they qualify for settled status.
A body that represents local authorities in the industrial areas of England, Scotland and Wales said the government needed to match the money now coming from Brussels and allow for extra European Union cash that would have arrived over the next few years.
European Commission chief Ursula von der Leyen told MEPs in Strasbourg that the withdrawal agreement provided "certainty" for the one million British citizens now living in EU countries and the 3.5 million EU citizens living in the UK.
According to its provisions, all social security rights under European Union law will be maintained and citizens' rights will be guaranteed throughout their lifetime.
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"We will start negotiating the moment the mandate is there..." Leave Means Leave has previously called for Mr Johnson to address supporters.
The Withdrawal Agreement negotiated by the EU and the United Kingdom and agreed by European national leaders needs to be ratified by the European and British parliaments before the January 31 deadline.
Lord Barwell made the comments in his maiden speech in the Lords as the withdrawal agreement bill arrived in the upper chamber having sailed through the Commons last week thanks to the Prime Minister's 87-seat working majority.
Despite MEPs' concerns, many will be aware that unless the deal is ratified, the default legal outcome would be a no-deal Brexit with citizens' rights stripped away altogether.
Parliament highlights that assurances are needed on the protection of citizens' rights to ensure its consent to the Withdrawal Agreement.
He was speaking after members of the European Parliament voiced concern that Britain's imminent exit from the European Union could endanger the rights and protection of numerous 3.5 million EU citizens living there.