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Introducing our Immigration Practice

Immigration continues to be an area of focus for our clients as they adjust to the changing landscape brought on by Brexit, while continuing to manage a growing list of routine immigration compliance responsibilities and issues.

We understand the pressures on employers and the need for practical immigration advice and tips, information on changes and how to manage them, and commentary on future policy development and potential issues. To assist our clients and contacts we will be sharing regular immigration news updates, editorials on topics such as Brexit and immigration policy developments, upcoming deadlines and changes to be aware of, as well as invites to immigration seminars, training sessions and roundtable events.

In this immigration news update we have a news round-up, dates for your diary and employer actions, and the latest on Brexit.

https://www.dentons.com/en/insights/articles/2018/february/22/introducing-our-immigration-practice

 

Introducing our Immigration Practice

How do you decide if expatriate employees’ legal rights fall under UK or foreign law?

In our article published this week on Personnel Today,  we consider the recent case of  Jeffery v The British Council which confirmed that if expatriate employees can show that they have a sufficiently strong connection to the UK, this might override the general understanding that the place of work determines which laws govern an employment relationship.

Click here to read the full article.

How do you decide if expatriate employees’ legal rights fall under UK or foreign law?