Since the now infamous 23 June 2016 Brexit referendum, the world has waited with bated breath to see just how the UK’s departure from the EU will play out. And none perhaps have waited with more interest and anxiety than the millions of potentially affected foreign nationals living and working in the UK and EU… and the company HR and mobility managers that support them. Now with just 6 months to go before the slated 29 March 2019 separation… where are we? And what lies ahead… immigration and mobility speaking… on the home stretch of the race to Brexit?

Newland Chase brings you a timely and informative look at where we’ve been, where we are, and where we’re going with corporate immigration and business mobility with just 6 months till the UK’s expected Brexit from the EU.

Our UK immigration experts will cover:

  • Review and perspective of the key events of the past 2 years and the events to watch for over the next 6 months;
  • Steps the UK government has taken to ensure the immigration status of EU nationals in the UK;
  • Steps the various EU governments are taking to ensure the immigration status of UK nationals in the EU;
  • Overview of recent publication of The Migration Advisory Committee (MAC) findings; and
  • Steps companies need to be doing now to protect the rights and status of their EU employees in the future.

 

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Join Newland Chase’s UK Immigration Director, Annette Wright, and Immigration Consultant, Marc Smith, for this live interactive webinar and get the vital information you need in these final months to Brexit. Together, Annette and Marc will bring both in-depth local insight and broad global perspective to the issues.

Annette Wright brings the experience and insight of more than 25 years in corporate immigration and an 11-year tenure with the UK Home Office. Annette has devoted her career to assisting corporations navigate the complexities of recruiting and employing foreign nationals in the UK.

Marc SmithMarc Smith advises UK and multinational corporations on their corporate 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.

This session is a must for all HR and mobility managers and other decision-makers in companies employing UK and EU foreign nationals in the UK and Europe.