Exactly a year after the EU referendum and with Theresa May promising a "big generous offer" on European citizens' rights in the UK, Carwyn Jones is accusing her of prolonging the insecurity of four million people.
There are more than three million EU nationals living in Britain and nearly one million British people living elsewhere in the European Union. The First Minister says they have already faces 12 months of worry and uncertainty.
Apart from immediate action to secure citizens' rights, Mr Jones says it's time to accept that the focus of Brexit negotiations must now be on securing a transitional arrangement with the EU, rather than a permanent arrangement.
Mr Jones has also said that the vote a year ago means that Britain must leave the single market. But he believes that it's vital for Wales in particular that the UK secures full market access post Brexit. He favours a relationship with the EU similar to Norway's. He visited the Scandinavian country in January.
Norway is sometimes referred to as a "fax democracy" because it doesn't attend EU meetings but is informed of new single market rules which it has to obey. However, the Norwegians are allowed to limit freedom of movement by people and only allow in workers who have a job. It's also outside the Common Agricultural Policy but must pay tariffs on farm produce sold in EU member states.