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On 18 September 2018, the Migration Advisory Committee (MAC) published their final report setting out their recommendations for a post-Brexit UK immigration system. Read our summary of the report. 



The UK Government published their latest Brexit White Paper on 12 July 2018, setting out their negotiating mandate for the UK’s trading relationship with Europe. Read our briefing which sets out what is being proposed and what it might mean for business.


Read our latest guide to Brexit and immigration to help you understand the UK Home Office's Statement of Intent published on 21 June 2018. Immigration and Brexit: A guide to the Home Office statement of intent will answer your key questions.


On 21 June, the UK Home Office published their first draft of new law that will enable EU nationals to apply for settled status. Read our one page summary to find out what the law says about EU citizens living the in UK.


Read our briefing for the latest updates on what companies in the EU can do now to prepare for Brexit, including communicating with your UK nationals and minimising the risks.


On 8 January 2018, Caroline Nokes was appointed Minister of State for Immigration in the UK. Read Fragomen's update to learn more about the Immigration Minister, her background and her position on immigration. Download the briefing here.


Read our first briefing note on whether employers expect to pay for settled status applications after Brexit. Our note was based on a survey of businesses of all sizes and the results can be used to benchmark against other employers. Download the briefing here.


Fragomen has published its response to the Migration Advisory Committee's (MAC) call for evidence on EEA workers in the UK labour market. Click here to read.


Read "Legal guide to managing a migrant workforce" by the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD), in collaboration with Fragomen. It contains practical steps to help you manage and support your migrant workforce through Brexit. Download the guide here.


The Migration Advisory Committee (MAC) has launched a call for evidence regarding the effects of Brexit on the UK's labour market. Read our toolkit to understand how best to respond to the MAC’s consultation.

After the July 2017 Brexit negotiation session, a ‘Joint Technical Note on Citizens’ Rights’ was published by the EU and UK. Read Fragomen's 'Position paper on the rights of UK and EU nationals', for our analysis and recommendations to EU decision-makers.
Read Fragomen's 'Brexit and EU citizens living in the UK: The UK Government’s negotiating position' guide. It contains useful advice following the UK Government's proposal for managing the immigration status of European nationals in the UK, after the UK's departure from the European Union. Download the guide here.
Read "Building the Post-Brexit Immigration System", an independent analysis of shortages, scenarios and choices by the Migration Policy Institute, with practitioner insights from Fragomen. Download the analysis here.
Read Fragomen's 'Brexit timeline and key players' summary for businesses. It contains a timeline of key dates since the UK's notification to leave the EU and a list of EU institutions explaining their role in the Brexit process. Download the summary here.
Read Ian Robinson's thought leadership piece with British Future, a leading think tank. The paper argues that business groups should take a different approach when talking about immigration. Download the paper here.
immigration_and_brexit_porthole Read Fragomen's 'Immigration and Brexit: Preparing for separation' practical guide for businesses. It contains advice and recommendations on what businesses are doing now and how they can prepare for Brexit. Download the report here.
brexit_flag On 2 February, 2017 the UK government published their White Paper on Brexit. It explains the twelve principles that will guide negotiations. Click here to view what it says about immigration.
Fragomen's benchmarking report 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. Download the report here.
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Caron Pope is quoted in No Deal Brexit and Lack of Clear Rules 'Leave Brits in the Dark Over their Future in Europe'. Published in The Evening Standard on 13 August, 2018.



George Koureas is quoted in UK immigration latest: EU net migration falls over past year as Brexit uncertainty continues. Published in The Independent online on 22 February, 2018.



Ian Robinson Porthole Image Ian Robinson is quoted in Home Office Brexit app for EU citizens put in doubt. Published in The Guardian online on 15 February, 2018.


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Read Ian Robinson's article Employers need a clear immigration policyPublished in The Times online on 15 February, 2018.


Ian Robinson Porthole Image Ian Robinson is quoted on pages 9-11 of the Home Affairs Committee report Home Office delivery of Brexit: Immigration published on 14 February, 2018.


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Caron Pope is quoted in NHS urges easing UK visa rules for non-EU medical recruits. Published in The Financial Times online on 12 February, 2018.


Caron Pope Porthole Image Read Caron Pope's article We need a clear vision for future immigration policy. Published in The Telegraph on 11 January, 2018.

Read George Koureas' article The Potential Immigration Impact of Brexit For The UK’s Technology Sector. Published on ITProPortal on 20 October.

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Read Ian Robinson's guest blog Business Argument Should Be About Skills We Need, Not Migration. Published on Huffington Post on 3 April.
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Ian Robinson is quoted in an article for The Independent, Brexit: NHS faces crisis unless Government guarantees right of remain for 145,000 EU workers. Published on The Independent online on 1 March.
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Read Jo Antoon's guest article on, where she discusses putting people first during negotiations on Brexit. Published on 1 March.
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Read Nima Sarvari's article in Platow Recht, where he discusses the possible scenarios for the migration of labour to and from the UK post-Brexit. Published on 6 February in German.
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Read Ian Robinson's article The EU Must Match Theresa May’s Commitment To An Early Deal For Expats. Published on Huffington Post on 10 January.
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Ian Robinson is quoted in Science experts: Let EU scientists remain in UK after Brexit. Published on IT Pro online on 18 November.
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Read Louise Haycock's article Why the government’s Supreme Court appeal could delay Brexit. Published in People Management on 17 November.
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Read Jo Antoon's briefing on how UK citizens in the EU can maintain their rights. Download the briefing here.
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Read Ian Robinson's article An Australian-Style Points-Based System? If It Isn’t The Answer, We Need To Know What Is - And Soon for insight into what the Prime Minister may be planning for immigration. This article originally appeared in Huffington Post on 8 September 2016. 
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Read Ian Robinson's article Immigration supporters must face facts: The public has no confidence in the system discussing the public's perception of immigration. This article originally appeared in City A.M. on 12 August 2016.
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Caron Pope is the key source for Which Way Forward for the UK Post-Brexit?, discussing the aftermath of Brexit, and the various scenarios the Government may plan for going forward. This article originally appeared in Lawyer Monthly on 11 August 2016.
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Nadine Goldfoot is quoted in Brexit Ignites the ‘Brexodus’, discussing how Brexit has inspired a global exodus of sorts, sparking interest in second passports. This article originally appeared in Huffington Post on 4 August 2016.
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Gemma Hyslop contributed to Here today, gone tomorrow? The status of EU citizens already living in the UK, for the Migration Observatory. The UK's immigration policy post-Brexit remains the subject of febrile debate, so this report helps provide clear statistics and reasoned commentary.
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Read Charlotte Slocombe's article Where could we get our seasonal workforce from post Brexit? discussing the potential impact of Brexit on the SME market. This article originally appeared in Growth Business  on 28 July 2016. 
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