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Brexit and immigration – key steps to help you and your EU workforce prepare

16 March 2018

From late 2018, EU nationals already in the UK will have to register and apply for settled status if they have been in the UK for five years. The Government also intends to end free movement of workers from the EU by 2021. Are you and your workforce ready for these changes?

Here are some points that every UK employer of overseas nationals ought to be aware to proactively manage these issues and protect your business.

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