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UKBA issues revised shortage occupation list

October 18, 2011

In line with the UK government"s attempts to reduce the number of jobs available to foreign nationals, UKBA has released a revised shortage occupation list which will take effect from 14 November 2011. The Migration Advisory Committee (MAC) made recommendations…

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2020 LOOK AHEAD: Global Business Immigration and Mobility Trends (Part 4 of 4)

February 7, 2020

Newland Chase takes a look ahead at 2020. Including business immigration, visas, and mobility global trends and regional developments to expect this year.

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BREXIT: What Next for EU and UK Citizens?

April 11, 2019

Having been due to leave the EU on 29 Mar 2019, the EU and the UK agreed a new, flexible extension of the Article 50 period until 31 October 2019. We look at possible outcomes for EU and UK citizens, with and without a ratified Withdrawal Agreement.

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Global Immigration Weekly Roundup – 25 February 2019

February 25, 2019

The latest global immigration news in your weekly newsletter from Newland Chase. We bring you Brexit news and updates from the US, Malaysia, Germany, France, and the EU. Plus, register for our live webinar, Remaining in the UK after Brexit: Essential Settlement Guidance for EU Nationals.

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BREXIT: Greek Government Working on No-Deal Brexit Legislation

February 20, 2019

On 15 February 2019, the Greek Minister of Foreign Affairs wrote a letter to his UK counterpart, reassuring British citizens that "their rights will be fully recognised and guaranteed, in line with the reciprocity offered by the UK to EU citizens."

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Global Immigration Weekly Roundup – 29 May 2018

May 29, 2018

Discover the latest immigration news and updates from around the globe with your weekly newsletter from Newland Chase. This week we look at news from the UK, Greece, the UAE, Switzerland and Kenya.

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BREXIT: The State of Play for Citizens’ Rights

March 9, 2018

When it comes to Brexit, one of the EU27’s core negotiating principles, as set out in the European Council’s April 2017 negotiating guidelines, is that “nothing is agreed until everything is agreed”. As of now, there is no legally binding withdrawal agreement between the UK government and the EU27, and so any proposals from either […]

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Brexit – Where Will 2018 Take Us?

January 11, 2018

Politics can be a very topsy-turvy world, and none more so than in the UK in 2017 as Prime Minister Theresa May invoked Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty, thus leading the country into one of its biggest political and administrative challenges of the century. The Brexit process has thus far been a measured process […]

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Brexit and What HR Professionals Need to Know

January 3, 2018

In collaboration with London-based HR networking group, Corporate and Cocktails, Newland Chase's Annette Wright and Dhanjaye Damhar host practical and interactive sessions with tips for HR professionals from an immigration perspective. Covering what Brexit will mean for your business and how to ensure your business will operate effectively post-Brexit, this event will bring the HR community together to ensure their businesses are Brexit-proof from 29 March! PLEASE NOTE THAT BOTH DATES ARE NOW FULLY SUBSCRIBED!

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UK: PM Sets Out Proposal For EU Citizens Post-Brexit

June 29, 2017

The UK Government has published a policy paper outlining the rights of EU citizens in the UK post-Brexit. The 15-page paper sets out the government’s proposal that qualifying EU citizens would have to apply for residence status, granting them settled status under UK law. To qualify, EU citizens must have been resident in the UK […]

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