What you need to know about immigration and Brexit
The effect of the UK’s referendum on membership of the EU has been felt around the world and has generally been met with caution, as individuals and businesses wait to see what the real impact will be. Whilst we understand this careful approach to the wide range of uncertainties in the international markets, we also perceive many short and longer-term opportunities to capitalise on the dramatic impact of Brexit. It’s vital to understand the risks – but the prospects too.
We have gathered materials from teams around our international network that consider the current situation and some of the most feasible global outcomes and consequences of Brexit.
We will continue to update this page with further analysis as developments take place, so please check back regularly for new updates.
10 September 2019 - Article
Brexit – partial reprieve for free movement
20 August 2019 - Article
Brexit and EEA citizens – how to stay in the UK
11 June 2019 - Article
EEA citizens: moving to the UK but worried about Brexit?
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10 December 2017 - Article
US Corporate Law News: Withers issues guidance on EU nationals' residence rights in connection with Brexit
10 November 2017 - Video