LEGAL MINUTE: post Brexit immigration

O que ainda está em discussão sobre o Reino Unido e a Irlanda com Brexit

The end of freedom of movement after Brexit will increase pressure on the social care sector in the midst of a pandemic unless ministers make jobs more attractive to UK workers by increasing salaries, government advisers have said. From The Guardian

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Campaign launched to ready businesses for points-based immigration system. From Gov.UK

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Applying for settled and pre-settled status requires genuine residence. From Free Movement

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Home Office plans to evict thousands of refused asylum seekers. People in England whose cases have been refused will be given 21 days to leave UK, letter states. From The Guardian

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Is Brexit Britain pro-immigration and what does it mean for business? How have British feelings about immigration changed in the past four years, since the Brexit referendum – and where does the UK go from here? From Relocate Magazine

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Thousands of EU nationals could face problems accessing essential services because the government is refusing to issue physical proof of their right to live in the UK. From The Guardian

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Wealthy Britons step up citizenship shopping as Brexit deadline looms. From Financial World

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