Brexit: Immigration

12 April 2017

Brexit – Trust is hard earned and easily lost for EU citizens in the UK

In the recently revised guidance on the rights of EU citizens issued this week, the Government is asking for EU citizens to trust them. The message to this newly issued guidance is that nothing has changed and EU citizens in the UK do not need to do anything as a result of Article 50 being triggered. Most notably, they are actively discouraging EU citizens from applying for a document confirming their residence status in the UK.

Katie Newbury

29 March 2017

10 things for EU nationals to consider before accepting a job in the UK

Candidates naturally worry before accepting jobs abroad - and sensible employers wishing to secure the best recruits should think about how they can help.  In this article we look at things UK employers can do to make employment offers more attractive for EU nationals now the Brexit clock is ticking.

29 March 2017

Brexit and European mobility from the Italian angle

As part of our commitment to providing our readers of our blog regular legal updates on Brexit, including from overseas guest bloggers, we are delighted to introduce a series of guest blogs from one of the leading Italian law firms providing commentary on Brexit, De Berti Jacchia Franchini Forlani. In this blog, Guido Callegari explores Brexit and European mobility from an Italian perspective.

23 March 2017

If you only remember one thing about global mobility - get the employer right!

In the second of Kingsley Napley’s series of articles on Brexit, employment law and global mobility, we look at why the identity of the employer is so important; at practical things that need to be done to get this right; and at the potential impact of new criminal laws on advisers who help their clients get it wrong.

17 March 2017

Will EU nationals have a human right to continue to reside in the UK after Brexit?

Speculation and debate on whether nationals of EU states will have the right to live and work in the UK after Brexit is played out daily in the media. It is naturally a question troubling many people, both in government and those affected by Brexit.

Elspeth Guild

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