Webinar - Business Immigration

Business Immigration Update: Right to work checks in 2021 and beyond

The EU Settlement Scheme which was introduced two years ago now allowing EEA nationals and their family members to register their rights to live and work in the UK post-Brexit will close on 30 June 2021. What will this mean for UK employers?

In this webinar, we discussed right to work checks and the key changes employers need to be aware of since Brexit, including:

The general principles and employer’s right to work obligations
What right to work checks look like from 1 January 2021 and beyond
The benefits of conducting adequate checks and consequences of getting it wrong
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