New post-Brexit immigration system

The expiry of the Brexit transition period on 31 December 2020 saw the end of EU freedom of movement. From 1 January 2021 the UK’s new points based immigration system will apply to EU as well as non-EU nationals. Below are some of the key features of the new immigration system and the actions that employers will need to take

What are the key features of the new post-Brexit immigration system?

How can Mills & Reeve help?

We have a range of immigration services to help ensure employers are in good shape for these changes.  These include support with sponsor licence applications, drafting immigration policies and procedures, advice in relation to right to work issues, training and support for your HR team, compliance audits, and supporting you in identifying roles that will qualify for visas under the new immigration system (job role analysis).  Please do get in touch if we can help. 


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