Final countdown: what does the latest Brexit position mean for immigration?

With just under two months before Britain’s official EU leaving date, Tsige Berhanu shares a handy update on immigration, regarding the status of EU nationals in the UK, whether a deal is reached or not.


If the UK leaves based on the proposed deal, then the outlined process for the registration of EU nationals in the UK will be as follows:


If the UK leaves the EU without a deal, then free movement of people will stop effective 29 March 2019, the date the UK leaves the EU. In this scenario the registration process will look as follows:

If you are affected by the above, personally or as an employer with an EU national workforce, and would like to discuss action plans, please do get in touch. Keystone’s Immigration Team can provide advice around the best plans, options and solutions.

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