Business Travel and Immigration Post-Brexit
Ensure your business and workforce are compliant with the new immigration regulations effective 1 January.
Consulting & Advisory Services
Immigration legislation changes every day. Sometimes, these changes dominate global headlines and force companies to quickly adapt and take action. Newland Chase is able to quickly pivot to provide guidance and strategic advice for our clients. Examples of recent legislative change which has caused seismic ripples throughout the mobility industry include Brexit, Posted Workers and increased workforce compliance audits and inspections.
From the early days of these unprecedented events, Newland Chase has been at the forefront of preparing companies and their employees in the UK and in the EU for the UK’s potential withdrawal from the European Union. Through direct client guidance, presentations to clients and industry organizations, online webinars, white papers, and weekly alerts, our immigration experts have supported our clients – with the latest information and actionable advice.
Right to Work & Workplace Audits
It is an employer’s responsibility to verify that employees at their premises have the right to work there. Workplace inspections are on the rise globally; employers are required to provide evidence of having reviewed, verified and maintained appropriate records.
To support employers in meeting their obligations, Newland Chase provides customized and comprehensive solutions for clients.
Complying with the various national rules and requirements arising from the European Union’s Posted Worker Directives can be a challenge for companies with employees temporarily working across the various EU member states. To address this need, Newland Chase has established an end-to-end program of service offerings to assist you in maintaining Posted Worker compliance.
Entity Restructuring (M&A)
Changes in your entity structure, including mergers, acquisitions, restructuring, name changes, and changes in locations will affect the work permission of your employees. Action will be required both on a corporate level (to adjust necessary corporate registrations, sponsorship licenses and so on) and on an individual level (to amend work permits, visas, residence permits).