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Immigration Update: New Post-Brexit Immigration Rules announced

Posted in: Immigration and Employment Updates on 27/10/2020 The Home Office have released the final confirmed details of how the new immigration system will operate through a Statement of Changes to the Immigration Rules spanning an impressive 514 pages! Various policy statements throughout 2020 provided an insight into the inner workings of the planned new...
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Post-Brexit Immigration And Employment: Considerations For Northern Irish Employers

Posted in: HR Updates on 21/10/2020 Northern Ireland is globally renowned as a low-risk, cost-competitive location, that offers high quality, skilled workforce with proven experience in delivering services to UK, European and US clients in sectors such as IT, financial and legal services, business to business services and contact cen...
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Data Protection Update

Posted in: Supplementary Articles NI on 10/09/2020 In this webinar recording, Anna Flanagan, Senior Associate at Pinsent Masons joined us to discuss the following topics: Update from Regulators and enforcement action during/after the pandemic Working from home: risks associated with employee behaviour, employee monitoring, managing supplier contra...
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Home Office to Introduce a new Health and Care Visa

Posted in: Immigration and Employment Updates on 29/07/2020 The Home Office are to introduce a new health and care visa which will come into effect from 4 August 2020 throughout the UK. The new visa will allow organisations to attract top healthcare professionals from around the world. There will be cost advantages for businesses and individuals alike regar...
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Pay and Conditions of Employment Brexit
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New Immigration System Edges a Step Closer

Posted in: Immigration and Employment Updates on 19/05/2020 The new points-based immigration system designed to replace freedom of movement with the EU has passed its second reading in Parliament. The immigration bill was approved by 351 votes to 252 – mainly due to the large Conservative majority in the House of Commons. The new immigration system is expec...
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New Immigration System From 1 January 2021 To Go Ahead Despite Covid-19

Posted in: Immigration and Employment Updates on 15/04/2020 The UK Government will continue to press ahead with its plan for a new post-Brexit points-based immigration system despite the economic uncertainties faced by the coronavirus pandemic following a Home Office statement released on 9 April. From 1 January 2021, freedom of movement of people within th...
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Policies and Procedures Coronavirus/Covid-19 Brexit
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Let’s Talk About ‘Ending Free Movement’: What Is Changing?

Posted in: Supplementary Articles NI on 21/08/2019 Reports early this week indicated that the new Home Secretary intends to “end free movement” to the UK of EEA citizens immediately in the event of no-deal Brexit. This has caused widespread alarm and was clarified by a Home Office Fact Sheet on Monday. What has changed? Three themes are clear from ...
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Let’s Talk About… Employees and Immigration Post-Brexit

Posted in: Supplementary Articles NI on 20/11/2017 Let's talk about... some frequently asked questions about workers and immigration following Brexit Brexit has inevitably led to a multitude of questions and concerns being raised on the part of employers regarding how the potential loss of free movement of workers between the UK and EEA countries m...