The UK is introducing a points-based immigration system from 1 January 2021 when freedom of movement with the European Union (EU) will end. Join us for an hour long webinar with Ivon Sampson, a highly experienced immigration lawyer, on Thursday 10th December at 11:00 in which we will discuss what this means for employers and employees and will answer the following frequently asked questions:
What happens to freedom of movement after Brexit and the UK’s immigration position with EU/EEA countries?
What is the EU settlement scheme?
What is the cost of it and who is responsible for paying it?
Am I responsible for ensuring my EU national employees register via the EU Settlement Scheme and what do I do if someone does not want to register?
I am currently hiring an EU national but he won’t arrive until after 31 December 2020. What status does he need to apply for?
I employ EU nationals in the UK. What status will they have on 1 January 2021?
If I am hiring EU citizens after the end of June 2021 should I consider realigning my existing validation procedures for legal right-to-work checks?
After Brexit, what should we include in our validation procedures for an EU citizen’s legal right-to-work checks?
One of my employees, with a UK passport, will be working in another EU Member State in 2021– will she need a visa?
What is the position with an employee that will perform work for a UK entity but will work remotely in another EU country, only attending the UK occasionally for training?
How to Sign Up
The cost of joining the session is £50 plus VAT. You will be able to pay by via PayPal.
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