As Brexit negotiations this week enter a critical phase and all options remain on the table, it can be very difficult to cut though all the news and decipher how this will affect your workforce. Not only do you need to consider whether the UK leaving with or without a deal will affect EU citizens living and working in the UK, but also UK nationals in the EU.
To assist you in understanding the possible outcomes and the implications, we have prepared simple one page guides on EU citizens in the UK and UK nationals in the EU. Of course the situation remains fluid and the various dates referred to in the guides could change, such as if an extension to the UK’s membership of the EU is agreed.
We will continue to keep you updated on Brexit developments. If you have any queries on these changes or any other immigration matter, please contact a member of our immigration team.
30 July 2018 - Hanging over this year’s Tour de France, at least for this British cycling fan, was the realisation that this is probably the last Tour pre-Brexit, and so there is an additional level of uncertainty about what the 2019 post-Brexit edition will look like.
Post-Brexit language testing for EEA qualified healthcare professionals
22 March 2018 - The House of Commons Library published a Briefing Paper on 7 March 2018 outlining the language testing requirements imposed upon healthcare professionals who qualified outside of the UK.
21 March 2018 - The UK is home to a myriad of sports employing foreign nationals and receiving investments from overseas companies. Learn how Brexit will impact motor racing and all who are part of it.