The exit of the UK from the European Union, whether with an agreement or without, has a significant impact on businesses operating in both the UK and the EU.

Although recent political developments are somewhat decreasing chances of a no-deal Brexit, both deal and no-deal Brexit scenarios are still possible, and companies operating in both markets should be preparing accordingly. Not only to ensure that residency rights of their UK nationals currently already in the EU and vice versa are protected, but also to ensure that their business is prepared for the post-Brexit immigration landscape.

Newland Chase understands the challenges that businesses across the EU face. Whether the UK leaves the EU with or without a withdrawal agreement, this 60-minute webinar will equip your company with practical knowledge, up-to-date information, and concrete action steps on the impact of Brexit on:

  • Your British employees’ residence status, for current and future residents in the EU;
  • The rights of your EU nationals in the UK, both for those arriving before as well as after Brexit;
  • Your British and EU business travelers, after Brexit has taken place.

We will also provide answers to your questions in a live, interactive format.

Meet our Host and Presenters


As Managing Director for the UK, Tony Butterworth leads the firm’s extensive corporate immigration practice in the UK. A recognized expert in UK immigration, Tony has more than 15 years’ experience in immigration, specializing in all aspects of UK immigration for companies operating in a diverse array of industry sectors. He began his career with a seven-year tenure as Executive Officer for the UK government’s Home Office. Tony has had particular success in working with large multinational corporations and investors on employment- and economic-based immigration routes to the UK.


Mehibe Hill

As Client Services Director, EMEA, Mehibe Hill leads our European Client Services Team.  She and her team are responsible for ensuring that Newland Chase clients receive top quality, innovative and consultative service throughout their engagement with us.  As well as carrying out regular account reviews and health checks, our Client Services team works with our operational teams to scope and develop service offerings to meet client needs. Mehibe brings ten years of change management experience running large complex projects in FTSE 100 companies, including compliance implementation of Posted Worker Notifications. She holds an LLB Law degree from University College London, her LPC solicitor’s qualification, and a Master’s degree in Business and Sustainability from Imperial College London.


As Manager, Advisory Services, Carlijn Langeveld provides strategic immigration advice, with an expert level knowledge of corporate immigration in Europe. Among her current focuses are EU Posted Worker compliance and the impact of Brexit on UK nationals in the EU. With more than a decade of experience, Carlijn is a seasoned immigration manager with a customer-focused approach. Having worked both as an immigration consultant and knowledge management specialist, her immigration expertise covers both the practical and theoretical. Carlijn has lived in four countries herself, and she brings that understanding of expatriate challenges to the support of her clients. She is a graduate of Utrecht University in the Netherlands with an MSc in Experimental Physics.