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Employers are not simply ready for post immigration rule

“Brexit dividend” is the most challenging tasks that are faced by Theresa May’s government. It has been a concerning issues how the UK will control the immigration after it comes out of the European Union. Most of the employers in the UK are not ready yet for the post Brexit immigration regimen according to research that adds weight to fears of a skills shortage after Brexit. Chartered institute of Personnel and Development, a representative body for HR professionals made a survey of more than 2100 employers that 58% has no idea about the government plans for a post Brexit immigration system and only 7% know about the proposals. Just 17 per cent has fully assessed the impact that European Union restrictions would have on their business and 56 percent feel they do not have enough information to plan their post- Brexit recruitment strategy. The study in conclusion described that employers of the UK are not ready for the introduction of new immigration restrictions. Gerwyn Davies, the CIPD's public policy advisor, said political vulnerability meant organizations were taking a "wait a see aproach" to what is probably going to be a critical drop in EU residents going to the UK after...

Immigration Rules Changing in Nov 2019

Immigration Rules will change following the announcement of the statement of changes. We know that the Government has delayed Brexit following the announcement of the Dec 2019 elections. Here is a summary of some of the changes which will take place possibly in January 2020 onward: As part of the new public interest issues, all EEA nationals including their family members will need to meet the new conduct and criminality test, as part of all applications, whether they are lodged as part of the EEA Regulations or the Immigration Law 1971 Act. Permit applications to be lodged by family members of EEA Nationals who hold pre-settled or settled stats under the Immigration Act 1971. There is to be a new point based system to start from January 2021. The Immigration Rules HC395 has incorporated the new Appendix EU which is the new EEA Settlement Scheme. As the new rules are being enforced, it is the wider simplicity of EEA nationals and their family members to lodge appropriate applications once the UK leaves the European Union. As the Brexit has now been delayed post the election and will be in discussion in January 2020, EEA nationals and their family members will...

Introducing Brexit and how it will affect us

A new word was made – Brexit – which is a short way of saying "the UK leaves the EU" by mixing the words Britain and Exit. However, what does Brexit really mean and in what manner will it influence all of us? The EU is an economic and political union who are involving 28 countries. Every one of these nations pays to be a part and consequently they gain access to special ways of working together. People of these countries can trade with one another and move freely, as if they are living together in one big country. The UK joined in 1973 after World War 2 with the idea if countries work together; they are unlikely to go to war again. However, vote was held on Thursday 23 June 2016 which is to decide if the UK should leave or remain. The leave had wined by 52% to 48%. The referendum turnout was exceptionally high at 72% with more than 30 million voting whereas 17.4 million people stood in the side of Brexit. The 48 percent who wanted to remain in the EU, including previous Prime Minister David Cameron consider that being a member from a 28-country club...