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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 ...
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 ...
2020 has been a tumultuous year in every sense and this has been, and continues to be, the case in the immigration world. The end of the Brexit transition period is fast approaching, Covid-19 has had a crippling effect ...
Free movement of persons has now ended. One work route off the beaten path which may fill this void, is the Frontier Worker Permit Scheme (‘FWPS’). In the post-Brexit landscape, employers should have the FWPS on their ...
This article looks at the potential impact of Brexit on Employment and Immigration law.
Bird & Bird's UK Business Immigration team brings you the latest updates from the Home Office:
New Immigration Rules relating to EU nationals from January 2021
Drastic Changes for UK Employers Seeking to Employ Non-UK Nationals From January 2021
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.
Attracting Global Talent: How Employers Can Take Advantage of the Government's Vision to Become a Science Superpower