Immigration

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Brexit and the changing immigration landscape for EU and non-EU nationals - what should you do now?

Qs and As from the Fox Williams Lexology webinar, 14 February 2019 Thank you for your interest in our webinar with Lexology on 14 February 2019. A number of you raised questions during the webinar and here we have set out below the questions you sent in,...

Register for our Immigration Webinar, 14 February 2019

The UK government has clarified the position for EU nationals in the UK and has proposed in its recent White Paper a new system for all EEA and non EEA nationals coming to the UK after the proposed transition period, i.e. from 1 January 2021. In this...

Brief summary of post-Brexit immigration changes

The UK Government has published its long awaited White Paper for a post-Brexit immigration system. The Government has largely accepted the recommendations of the Migration Advisory Committee (MAC). These changes will come into effect from the end of the...

Hiring EEA and non-EEA employees in a post Brexit world

In the coming months there will be profound changes to the UK’s immigration system. With Brexit fast approaching, the Government is aligning the immigration system to its long term industrial strategy. The Migration Advisory Committee (MAC), which...

Immigration: What's new for EU nationals - an update on Brexit

Achieving “settled status” in the UK – phased roll-out expected In June 2018 the Government announced further details of the new “settled status” scheme for EU nationals. Whilst these still need to be approved by Parliament,...

Brexit - what should employers be doing to help their EU nationals?

A lot has happened in politics since the June 23 rd Referendum, but there has been considerable inaction on the issue of EEA nationals living and working in the UK. Despite this, employers can be taking steps to increase the chances that employees who...

Brexit Survival Guide

Are you an EEA national living and working in the UK and concerned about Brexit and what this may mean for you and your family? Read our Brexit Survival Guide  for individuals, families and employers....

Focus on residence and nationality post Brexit - what happens now and what to think about

Although the consequences of Brexit on free movement of workers in the EU is an unknown, there is a possibility that EU nationals living in the UK could have their right to live and work in the UK removed or restricted. Following the EU referendum...

Immigration: Control in a crisis

HR Law looks at recent and expected immigration changes, and their context, and offers some top tips for employers on staying ahead. Ports, airports and rail terminals geared up for the busiest travel weekend of the year expecting immigration troubles....

Prevention of illegal working consultation - A proposal to simplify?

The Government is worried about how the public perceives illegal immigration and wants everyone to know it is tackling the issue. Even Nigel Farage says that the latest mobile billboard campaign telling migrants without the right permission to “go...
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