Immigration Law for NI Employers: 30 Questions and Answers on BrexitPosted in : Immigration and Employment Updates on 23 April 2018
In this Q&A article, Immigration and Employment Law experts Aisling Byrne and Nathan Campbell of Cleaver Fulton Rankin Solicitors, discuss key aspects of immigration law for NI employers, including implications of Brexit on immigration. The pair offer practical guidance for employers who have foreign national workers who might be concerned about losing key staff members and clarify whether there will be special arrangements for ‘cross-border’ workers who live and work on different sides of the Northern Ireland/Republic of Ireland border.
1. Can you give us a brief outline on the law as it stands in relation to the right to work/right of residence in the UK?
Right now EU nationals have
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