We’re out. The Immigration Implications. Post Brexit Immigration and Employment Briefing
29 and 30 June 2016
Following the ‘Leave Vote’ on 23 June 2016, we are hosting an early evening briefing and drinks reception on Wednesday 29 June and Thursday 30 June 2016. Wednesday is already over subscribed but there is still some limited availability on Thursday 30 June.
The briefing will be an opportunity to hear the views of experienced immigration and employment practitioners and to discuss the immediate immigration implications of Brexit. You will gain insight into the ‘de-tanglement’ process and what the future holds for the UK from a business immigration and HR perspective, including:
- Exploring Article 50 – the mechanism which will control our departure from the EU.
- Assessment of Vote Leave’s ‘ points-based non-discriminatory immigration system’.
- Safeguarding EU nationals living in the UK and the proposed ‘automatic’ right of indefinite leave to remain to all EU citizens.
- The possibility of an Association Agreement with the EU to retain full access to the single market, thereby retaining the current freedom of work and residence rights.
- Possibility of bilateral agreements with specific EU countries.
- Impact on business visitors from the EU.
- Employment and HR implications.
|Venue||66/67 Newman Street, London, W1T 3EQ|
|Timings||5.30pm – 5.45pm – Registration|
|5.45pm – 7.00pm – Briefings & Discussions|
|7.00pm – 8.00pm – Drinks Reception|
To reserve your place please email: [email protected]