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We are excited to share our latest immigration guide, which we have put together to help you prepare for the new system which will come into force in 2021. The UK immigration system is fundamentally changing and these reforms will force many employers to rethink how they staff their business, what it will cost and where the work should be done. We want to help with those decisions and have produced this benchmarking paper, after surveying more than 500 UK employers. We hope you find the guide useful when you think beyond the pandemic to the new immigration regime. 

To receive your free copy of the report, please click here.

 

On 13 July 2020, the UK government published a more comprehensive policy paper confirming its plans for the UK's Points-Based Immigration System that will be in force from 1 January 2021 and apply to both EU and Non-EU nationals. This guide provides key messages, policy overviews and a timeline to help employers plan for the end of the transition period.

 

From 1 January 2021, Europeans arriving in the UK (and vice versa) will need permission to work and there will be a new UK immigration regime. Irish nationals remain exempt from these provisions.  Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, planning for your workforce post-Brexit must continue. Read our checklist on what you need to do and when, to help you get started.

 
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Read our guide 'Moving My Workers Post-Brexit'.  Produced in partnership with BritishAmerican Business, the guide features up-to-date guidance on the current state-of-play and key immigration considerations for you and your business.

 

On 19 February, the UK government published a policy paper confirming its plans for the UK's Points-Based Immigration System that will be in force from 1 January 2021 and apply to both EU and Non-EU nationals. This guide provides key messages, policy overviews and a timeline to help employers plan for the end of the transition period.

 
 
These resources are provided for informational purposes only; as immigration requirements and procedures are subject to change, please contact our Brexit Task Force at [email protected] before relying on information included in these resources. 

Please contact our Brexit Task Force at [email protected] for any historical guides.