Virginia, US
On 23 June 2016, the United Kingdom voted to leave the EU.
Following Theresa May's speech on 2 October 2016, the UK is likely to trigger the separation process in late March 2017 and the exit negotiations are expected to take at least two years.   
The exact impact of Brexit on individuals and employers is uncertain. 
Although free movement between the United Kingdom and the EU is likely to change or end on separation, no significant changes are anticipated before then. 
What should businesses be doing about Brexit and immigration?
Read Fragomen's 'Helping business prepare for Brexit' survey report which features helpful recommendations and tips on what businesses can do to plan for the eventual changes in immigration policy. Click here to view the report.
Fragomen will release further and ongoing updates once transitional provisions are announced. 
If you have questions, our Brexit Task Force is here to help. Please contact us at