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Post-Brexit government statement on EEA nationals

The UK government has released a statement which clearly defines the status of EEA (European Economic Nationals) in the UK in light of the recent vote to leave the European Union. ‘There has been no change to the rights and status of EU nationals in the UK, and UK nationals in the EU, as a […]

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Prove your right to live in the UK as an EEA citizen

The vote to exit the European Union has left many EEA (European Economic Area) nationals feeling uncertain about their future in the UK. There are, however, various immigration options which these individuals can consider, in order to bolster their status in the UK. If you have lived in the UK for a continuous period of five years […]

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Applying for British Citizenship as an EEA national

If you are an EEA (European Economic Area) national in the UK, you may qualify to apply for British citizenship which will secure your immigration status ahead of a potential exit from the European Union (EU). Although it is not yet clear as to what kind of transitional immigration arrangements will be made by the UK government […]

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Bringing UK immigration to the US!

Smith Stone Walters recently brought UK immigration law to the USA, at the Annual Conference on Immigration Law. Hosted by the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA), the four-day premier gathering on immigration law event took place this year in the fabulous city of Las Vegas, allowing attendees, speakers and exhibitors alike plenty of distractions after a […]

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EEA nationals: how to apply for permanent residence

In light of the recent referendum, many European Economic Area (EEA) nationals will be thinking about how best to secure their status in the UK, ahead of a formal departure from the European Union (EU). Should the UK go ahead with a formal exit from the EU, it is expected that transitional immigration arrangements will […]

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How will the vote to leave affect UK employers?

With the vote to leave the European Union still sinking in, it will be some time before we can expect an official statement on the future landscape of the UK’s immigration policy. Nevertheless, UK employers should seek to open dialog with those EEA (European Economic Area) staff members who will, at this moment in time, […]

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EEA nationals: your post-Brexit options

Following the vote to leave the European Union (EU), many European Economic Area (EEA) nationals currently living and working in the UK will be concerned for their future. Unfortunately, it will be some time before we can expect an official statement on the status of EEA nationals once the UK formally leaves the EU. The […]

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Brexit: What does it mean for UK immigration?

The United Kingdom has voted to leave the European Union (EU). This is a significant decision and there will be many questions asked in the coming months about what the future holds for the UK and its citizens, especially surrounding UK immigration. Will there be any immediate change? No. Due to EU regulation (Article 50 […]

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SSW statement on referendum decision

Following the UK’s EU referendum, the United Kingdom has voted to leave the European Union. This is a significant decision and there will be many questions asked in the coming days and weeks ahead about what the future holds in relation to immigration to the UK. In particular, the result has raised concerns for EU […]

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Insight: Your UK Immigration Newsletter!

This edition of Insight tackles the upcoming changes to UK immigration policy and explores the new Tech Nation Visa Scheme. We also celebrate another great night at the recent Re:locate Awards! Click here for your free copy of Insight. Inside the summer 2016 edition: Up for grabs: a ‘post-Brexit’ UK immigration system With the referendum […]

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