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For Swedish employers who employ non-EU citizens, the COVID-19 outbreak has created a number of business immigration related issues. To date, a majority of the issues are surmountable, but some may create problems for ...
In December 2018, employers and EU citizens welcomed the UK Government's White Paper on immigration, which detailed their vision of a future migration landscape providing the basis for the hospitality sector to employ ...
As the UK Government struggles to get Parliament's approval on the terms of our divorce from the EU, many employers are facing the grim reality of a "no deal" Brexit scenario.
Many employers are worried about the uncertainty created by Brexit and the drip feeding of information from the UK Government on the continued rights of EU nationals1 to live and work in the UK.
Attracting Global Talent: How Employers Can Take Advantage of the Government's Vision to Become a Science Superpower
The EU Settlement Scheme, designed to register over 3 million EU nationals living in the UK, is undergoing its third beta phase and is expected to be made available to those eligible EU nationals living in the UK before ...
Polish employers planning to employ IT specialists from Poland’s eastern border may do so more quickly thanks to the new Regulation of the Minister of Development, Labour and Technology, which came into effect on 1 ...
The recent Windrush scandal highlights the complexities involved with enforcing immigration compliance across a diverse population. Unfortunately there is no "one size fits all" approach to confirming whether an ...
In September 2018, employers and EU citizens welcomed the final report from the Migration Advisory Committee (MAC), which sketched the outline of a future migration landscape for EU workers.
Bird & Bird's UK Business Immigration team brings you the latest updates from the Home Office: