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New regulations set out work and residence permit procedure for UK nationals living in Spain post-Brexit

New regulations have been enacted in Spain setting out what UK citizens working or living in Spain after Brexit will be required to do to maintain their right to live and work there.
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New regulations set out work and residence permit procedure for UK nationals living in Spain post-Brexit

EU Settlement Scheme – latest developments

The EU Settlement Scheme is currently accepting applications via a public test phase, available to EU nationals as well as non-EU national family members of EU nationals. This is the third phase of testing; with the first two phases being restricted to certain people working in higher education and health and social care.
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EU Settlement Scheme – latest developments

EU Settlement Scheme: Possible tax burden where employers pay application fee on behalf of employees

As you are probably already aware, EU nationals who want to remain in the UK post Brexit will need to apply for residence documentation under the EU Settlement Scheme. Application fees of £65 for adults and £32.50 for children (under the age of 16) will be charged, meaning the cost of applying for a family of four will be close to £200.
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EU Settlement Scheme: Possible tax burden where employers pay application fee on behalf of employees

What can employers take from the latest migration statistics?

Earlier this month we blogged on the CIPD's latest quarterly labour market snapshot which found that the number of applicants per vacancy had significantly decreased across all skill levels in the last 12 months. The ONS has now released its August quarterly report on the UK migration statistics for the year ending March 2018 and the report highlights some interesting shifts in the patterns of EU migration in and out of the UK.
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What can employers take from the latest migration statistics?

CIPD reports that a reduced amount of EU to UK migration has caused a skills shortage in the UK

According to CIPD's latest quarterly labour market snapshot, a slump in the number of EU citizens migrating to the UK has exacerbated skills shortages in the UK.
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CIPD reports that a reduced amount of EU to UK migration has caused a skills shortage in the UK

Migrants’ rights in the spotlight

Brexit is thought to be one of the reasons why the Tier 2 (General) restricted Certificate of Sponsorship cap has been reached. However, we may at last be seeing some reprieve from this.
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Migrants’ rights in the spotlight

The “Windrush” generation – the similarities for EU nationals

The UK government's immigration minister, Caroline Nokes, has set out the government's commitment to support the "Windrush" generation. The "Windrush" generation is a reference to the ship, the Empire Windrush, that brought workers from the West Indies to Britain in 1948.
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The “Windrush” generation – the similarities for EU nationals

How will Brexit affect EU workers?

As negotiations rumble on, Helena Rozman outlines the current position for EU nationals in the UK.  Read the article here – https://www.peoplemanagement.co.uk/experts/legal/brexit-affect-eu-workers#

How will Brexit affect EU workers?

Brexit immigration update: agreement reached on the transition period

The EU and UK held a joint press conference yesterday to announce that they had reached agreement on a number of key areas in the Brexit negotiations. Most notably for employers in the UK, the length of the transition period has been agreed, as well as key features of the process and timing for EU nationals in the UK to apply for residence documentation.

This latest announcement gives employers the certainty they need to start planning for the Brexit transition, including supporting their employees through the application process for residence documentation.

https://www.dentons.com/en/insights/alerts/2018/march/20/brexit-immigration-update-agreement-reached-on-the-transition-period.

Brexit immigration update: agreement reached on the transition period

Brexit work permit crisis set to be the new normal

Scotland (and the whole of the UK) is facing a labour and skills crisis, as Britain’s work permit system was simply not designed to cope with the impact Brexit is already having on the labour market. With more EU nationals leaving the UK and fewer arriving, employers are having to look beyond the EU to fill vacancies, but are struggling to get work permits, as the limited number available is being allocated to employers able to pay above the current salary threshold of £50,000 a year.

https://www.scotsman.com/business/management/jessica-pattinson-brexit-work-permit-crisis-set-to-be-new-normal-1-4704221

 

Brexit work permit crisis set to be the new normal