Breakfast briefing: An update on UK immigration issues

19 November 2014

08.30 - 10.00 BST

Bird & Bird London, 15 Fetter Lane, EC4A 1JP

As immigration continues to be a political hot potato, it can often be difficult to keep up with the seemingly never ending raft of changes to legislation, the Immigration Rules and Home Office guidance.

Indeed, since the introduction of the Points-Based System in 2008, the Government has published almost 50 Statements of Changes to the Immigration Rules as well as numerous updated guidance and practice notes.

Bird & Bird's specialist Business Immigration team has been advising clients on the Points-Based System since the rules were first proposed in the build-up to the 2005 General Election and has assisted hundreds of organisations with sponsor licence, compliance and visa issues; using a wealth of experience to navigate through the myriad of rules and processes.

The breakfast session will provide an update on recent and proposed changes to the Points-Based System and will provide a forum for delegates to discuss immigration issues in a Chatham House Rules setting with Bird & Bird lawyers and other HR and immigration professionals

Speaking at this event:

Jonathan Goldsworthy, Senior Associate, Employment
David Samuels, Associate, Employment

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