Live Webinar | UK Nationals in the EU - Brexit Strategy Planning
30 April 2019 @ 2:00 pm BST / 9:00 am ET
When the UK exits from the European Union (now anticipated sometime on or before 31 October), UK nationals and their family members who wish to remain in (or move to) the EU will be required to apply for a new residence status under rules set by the EU member state in which they reside. Whenever Brexit takes place – there will be urgent steps they must take to protect their immigration status.
Newland Chase understands the challenges that businesses and their UK national employees living across the EU face. Whether the UK leaves the EU with or without a withdrawal agreement, this 60-minute webinar will equip companies and their employees with practical knowledge, up-to-date information, and concrete action steps on:
- The impact of Brexit on your UK national employees’ residence status;
- Steps to take now to protect your employees' immigration status; and
- Answers to your questions in a live, interactive format.
Join our Brexit immigration experts live on April 30th.
A recognized industry leader in global immigration, Sophy King, SVP of Global Immigration, leads Newland Chase’s regional immigration centres in London, Houston, and Singapore, as well as overseeing our partner network management team, immigration software implementation team, global knowledge management team, and global client services team. Sophy and her teams employ a regional model that is supported by Newland Chase’s national offices and global partners and strengthened by the company’s proprietary case and knowledge management systems. Sophy is a regular speaker at immigration conferences and seminars and a frequent contributor to white papers and articles in industry publications.
Currently based in the UK, Sophy has previously lived in Russia, China, Japan, and Spain. Sophy has worked in the global immigration industry for 15 years, starting as an Assistant Immigration Consultant for a well-known global service provider in 2003 and working her way up to Director of Consulting & Compliance. She then took the position of Director of Knowledge Management for a competing firm, before founding Peregrine Immigration Management Ltd in 2011, which became part of the Newland Chase group in 2016. She graduated from Cambridge University in the UK with an MA (Cantab.) in Oriental Studies (Chinese).
Marc Smith, Counsel [Global Immigration] EMEA, advises UK and multinational corporations on their immigration and mobility strategies for employees in the United Kingdom and European Union, ensuring compliance with UK and EU law. A lawyer by training, with more than two decades’ experience in consulting and providing legal services to corporations, Marc excels at international law, immigration law, and legal and business policy analysis.