Members of our immigration team were delighted to contribute to the new International Comparative Legal Guide to Corporate Immigration 2017 which has just been published.
Following the Government's announcement that freedom of movement for European Economic Area citizens would abruptly end if the UK leaves the EU without a deal on 31 October, Ilda de Sousa has commented in Relocate Global.
On 10 June 2019, we reported that the Migration Advisory Committee (MAC) recommended to the government a significant expansion of the shortage occupation list. Pleasingly, in what must have been one of his last actions as Home Secretary before becoming the new Chancellor, Sajid Javid announced on 23 July 2019 that the government will be accepting the MAC’s recommendations in full.
Tier 2 sponsors considering applications for certain scientific, teaching, tax and architectural roles will be pleasantly surprised by the rule change announced yesterday in an addendum to the Tier 2 guidance. The Home Office has admitted that the March 2019 changes to the minimum expected salary rates for these types of roles were incorrect. In fact, all the figures stated should have been lower.
Our July 2019 global immigration update provides key changes to immigration rules in global jurisdictions. In this month's issue we include France, Belgium, Netherlands, Canada, Japan & The UAE.
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