“Statement of Intent” on Settlement Scheme for EU WorkersPosted in : Quarterly Reviews on 27 July 2018
With the UK’s exit from the European Union slowly but surely approaching, the UK government has recently published its “Statement of Intent” on the new Settlement Scheme for EU nationals living in UK. This follows on from the agreement reached on the “implementation” period, which is to run between “Brexit day” on 29 March 2019 until 31 December 2020. Since the result of the referendum in June 2016, UK employers have lost European workers due to the uncertainty that lies ahead. This Statement of Intent gives employers some clarity on the status of EU nationals that arrive in UK by 31 December
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