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Brexit Update - 18 September 2018
On 29 March 2018, the UK and European Union published the Draft Withdrawal Agreement (the "Draft Agreement").
European Union
21 Sep 2018
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Uncertainty For Employers Looking To Recruit Overseas Talent
The Home Office has announced that from 6 July 2018 doctors and nurses will be removed from the capped quota for new workers coming to the UK requiring a Tier 2 (General) visa.
UK
29 Jun 2018
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Home Office Announces New "Start-Up" Visa Route
The Home Office has announced plans for a new "start-up" visa for entrepreneurs wishing to set up a business in the UK.
UK
25 Jun 2018
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The Impact Of An Inflexible Immigration System On UK Businesses
Natalie outlined the importance of clearly defining the regime for EU nationals who wish to come to the UK for work post-Brexit.
UK
27 Feb 2018
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Brexit: The Impact On Free Movement Of Workers
The rate of unemployment in the UK is just 4.6%, according to the Office of National Statistics' UK labour market statistical bulletin, published on 15 June 2017.
UK
25 Jan 2018
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Brexit And Workers: An Update
The determination of the rights of 3.5 million EU nationals currently living in the UK and 1.2 million UK nationals currently living in other EU countries continues to be one of the key issues ...
European Union
23 Jan 2018
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Demand For Clear Immigration Guidelines For The Creative Industries
Retaining skilled workers and talent in the face of inevitable changes in immigration policy is a key issue for both emerging and established companies.
UK
29 Nov 2017
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Recruitment Watch (February 2008)
Recruiters are concerned about the new money laundering regulations that will catch companies who do executive search or act as a payroll agency and require them to register with HM Revenue & Customs, otherwise they could face up to two years in jail
UK
19 Feb 2008
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Major Changes To UK Immigration Procedures - A Summary Of The New Work Permit Regime
Liam Byrne, the Minister for Immigration, Citizenship, and Nationality has announced the publication of the Statement of Intent of Sponsorship under the Points Based System ("Statement of Intent").
UK
4 Dec 2007
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The Science And Engineering Graduate Scheme (SEGS)
This scheme allows certain non-EEA graduates of physical sciences, mathematics and engineering courses of UK further or higher educational establishments to pursue a career in the UK.
UK
23 Mar 2007
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Culture vs Corruption Diary (January 2007)
Welcome to the January edition of Mishcon's Culture vs Corruption Diary, the object of this diary is to provide businesses and their advisors with a snapshot of what is happening in the world of corruption in the last month.
Worldwide
10 Jan 2007
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The UK – a Tax Haven Without Palm Trees?
If you are planning to come to the UK, whether short-term or permanently, you will discover a fiscal regime that can be as welcoming as any tax haven. But beware, you must plan carefully if you are to make the most of the available tax advantages. Organising your tax affairs after you arrive may be too late.
UK
30 Nov 2005
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Immigration Update
From 1 April 2004, the Home Office will be introducing a special application form (an FLR(IED)) and a fee of £121 for all 'in-country' leave to remain decisions. This will affect holders of Immigration Employment Documents (IED's) and their dependents.
UK
23 Mar 2005
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