UK Immigration system – where we are headed

In concomitant to the changes to the EU free movement law resulting from the referendum vote to leave the EU on 23 June 2016, a complete overhaul of the UK immigration system is on the horizon. What has changed and what next? EEA nationals resident in the UK prior to...

EU Settlement Scheme – ‘no deal’ scenario

The UK has an extension of Article 50 period until 31 October 2019 and in the evolving UK political situation, ‘no deal’ scenario seems like a probability than a mere possibility. Evidently, a tremendous amount of work has been done to protect the rights of EU, EEA...

Gear up for Future UK Immigration System

The UK Government published its long-awaited immigration White Paper titled -UK’s Future skill based Immigration system on the 19 December 2018. This paper sets out proposals for a post-Brexit immigration system that will apply to the European Union (EU)...

EU citizens rights to live in the UK post Brexit

On 26th June 2017, the UK government published its proposals “safeguarding the position of EU citizens living in the UK” setting out its position on the status of EU citizens when UK leaves the EU. Briefly, what UK has proposed in terms of EU citizens rights to live...

Update on EU citizens’ rights in the UK post Brexit

An agreement to protect the rights of the EU citizens living in the UK after the UK leaves the EU has been reached between the UK government and the European Union on citizen’s rights. The agreement provides certainty to the EU citizens and their families living in...

Brexit

The result of the EU referendum on the 23rd June when the UK voted to leave the EU, has left us in uncertainty about the future relationship of the UK with the EU. But of immediate concern is the potential effect of this decision on EU nationals and their family...