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The Post Brexit Immigration System Hillingdon

The Post Brexit Immigration System

What Do We Know?

We have known for some time that after we leave the EU on 29 March 2019, the plan is to enter a transition period until 31 December 2020, which will see EU nationals and their family members being able to live and work in the UK largely on the same basis as they do now. But what lies beyond that, is until recently a matter of conjecture.

The Migration Advisory Committee (MAC), has published their report into the impact of EU workers on the UK economy and advised on how to reshape the new system. The recent speeches made by Theresa May and Home Secretary Sajid Javid at the Conservative party conference have given strong indications of how closely they intend to follow the MAC report and what the soon to be published immigration White Paper might contain.

So, what do we think that the post – Brexit immigration system will look like after these recommendations made by MAC?

All of the points above may be softened depending on the future trade deals with non-EU countries after Brexit. The upcoming Immigration White paper and Immigration Bill will help us ascertain whether these conclusions are close to the mark, until then we are still uncertain as to what the future may hold post 2020.

If you require assistance with any legal immigration matter, please contact Sugina Mehra or Misbha Ali in the Immigration Team at The Sethi Partnership Solicitors.

Dr Sugina Mehra – Head of Immigration & Criminal
T: +0044 (0)20 8866 6464
E: sugina@sethi.co.uk

Misbha Ali – Solicitor Residential & Commercial Conveyancing/Immigration
T: +0044 (0)20 8866 6464
E: misbha@sethi.co.uk

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