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Whats happening in immigration law

  • 13 September 2016
  • 09:00 AM - 10:30 AM
  • Clifford's Inn London EC4A 1BL
  • Entry: £125+ VAT
  • CPD points: 1.5

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This session will focus on supporting employers in navigating these options and other changes to immigration policies.

As usual there is lots going on – but the most pressing issue is the implications of Brexit for employers with an international workforce. Although the final outcome is unclear, there are things that you can do now to ensure that you are able to retain all of your employees and meet your workforce needs. This session will focus on supporting employers in navigating these options and other changes to immigration policies.

Breakfast will be served from 8.30am with the event starting at 9.00am.

Event speakers

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Antonia Grant

Partner

I head our Hong Kong office and specialise in corporate and personal immigration including providing advice on and managing international ...

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Ben Maitland

Senior Associate

I practice exclusively in immigration law and advise a wide variety of commercial enterprises and private individuals.

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Joanna Hunt

Senior Associate

I advise on all aspects of immigration law including applications under the Points Based System, Immigration Rules, European and Human ...

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