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DKUK: Brexit and EEA residency rights – deal or no deal

12 March 2019
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The UK government has now guaranteed that a settled status scheme will continue even in a ‘no-deal Brexit’ but there remains a lot of uncertainty and confusion around the residency of EEA nationals and their family members after Brexit.

Date
12 March 2019
Time
8:00 – 10:00
Venue
Aquavit
1 Carlton St
St. James's
SW1Y 4QQ
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Price
Members: FREE Non-members: £10 incl. VAT + eventbrite fee

In this breakfast briefing, immigration experts North Star Law will give a practical update on the latest position on securing residency rights before Brexit, and rights of those arriving for the first time after 29 March 2019. We will look at both ‘deal’ and ‘no-deal’ scenarios (unless that question has been resolved by that time).

Topics covered will include:

  • EEA nationals resident in the UK before Brexit: the settled status scheme, permanent residence and British citizenship; family members
  • EEA nationals arriving in the UK after Brexit
  • Employing EEA nationals on and after Brexit: illegal working checks and the future immigration system
  • Q&A
  • Programme
  • Speakers

08.00 Arrival & Welcome

Refreshments & light breakfast

08.30 Start of meeting

09.30 End of meeting

Networking

10.00 Departure

Helen Smith, Leader of North Star Law’s Immigration Team

Helen’s experience includes the full range of family and business immigration including Brexit-related matters.

Jonathan Kingham, Senior Immigration Solicitor 

Jonathan is a senior immigration solicitor with extensive expertise in European free movement law. He is co-convenor of the European Working Group of the Immigration Law Practitioners’ Association, and recently worked on the Law Commission’s consultation paper on Simplifying the Immigration Rules.

Lesley Kemp, Immigration Laywer 

Lesley  is an experienced immigration lawyer and business founder with a particular focus on nationality and free movement and interest in promoting those in music and the arts.