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The Immigration and Social Security Co-ordination (EU Withdrawal) Bill (the Bill) was introduced by the government in the House of Commons on 5 March 2020, following reference to it in the Queen’s Speech on 19 December 2019.
Rhona Azir shares the importance of right to work checks with the Scottish Grocer – take a look here to […]
New regulations have been enacted in Spain setting out what UK citizens working or living in Spain after Brexit will […]
Public test phase opens The EU Settlement Scheme is currently accepting applications via a public test phase, available to EU […]
The government has announced changes to modernise the “right to work” checks needed to avoid employing illegal workers in the […]
As you are probably already aware, EU nationals who want to remain in the UK post Brexit will need to […]
With the UK leaving the EU on 29 March 2019, the EU Settlement Scheme provides the basis for resident EU […]
This is particularly relevant to employers who provide Tier 2 sponsorship to non-EEA nationals. To minimise the impact of the […]
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.
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.
In a move announced by the Home Secretary yesterday, foreign nationals who want to start a business in the UK will be able to apply for a "start-up" visa.