Hear from Kevin Foster MP, Minister for Future Borders and Immigration, and Nicolas Rollason, Head of Immigration at Kingsley Napley.
In this webinar, you will:
- Hear about the Government's plans for visas for immigration;
- Learn about how the new system will impact your business;
- Share your views on what entrepreneurs need in a future immigration system.
About Kevin Foster
Kevin Foster was first elected for the Torbay constituency in May 2015.
Mr Foster served on the Public Accounts Committee and the Backbench Business Committee from 2015 to 2017. He has also been a Parliamentary Private Secretary at the Department of Communities and Local Government (now the Ministry of Housing, Communities & Local Government) and, latterly, the Cabinet Office.
Mr Foster was born in Plymouth and grew up in South Devon. Before entering Parliament, he trained in the legal profession, and was Deputy Leader of Coventry Council.
Mr Foster was appointed Parliamentary Under Secretary of State (Minister for Future Borders and Immigration) on 14 February 2020. He was previously appointed Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Wales and Assistant Government Whip in April 2019. He was also acting as Minister for the Constitution in the Cabinet Office until October 2019. He was appointed Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Immigration at the Home Office on 16 December 2019.
About Nicolas Rollason
Nicolas Rollason is a partner and head of Kingsley Napley’s immigration practice. He advises on all areas of UK immigration and nationality law and has particular expertise in providing strategic advice to businesses on their global immigration needs. He has extensive expertise across all immigration routes, with a widely-recognised breath of knowledge enabling him and his team to offer clear solutions to complex immigration problems.
Nick is a well-known expert in EU immigration law and is regularly consulted by the UK immigration authorities on proposed changes to UK immigration rules and policy. Nick is listed as a leading figure in the Who’s Who of Corporate Immigration Law, Chambers UK and Legal 500 UK.