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Navigating the EU Settlement Scheme  

October 16, 2023
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Understanding the process of applying for indefinite leave to remain.

October 16, 2023
17:30 – 18:30
Online Webinar (Microsoft Teams)
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Free to attend.

Nearly four years have elapsed since the UK left the EU, and those EU citizens currently staying in the UK on a pre-settled or settled status will soon need to consider their long term residence plans and what steps are required to ensure the same.

We are pleased to share the webinar with you here below. The actual presentation can be downloaded here.

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The rules for staying in the UK under the EU settlement scheme continues to develop, which may cause some unclarety as to what is required of EU citizens wishing to secure their leave to remain in the UK.

The DK-UK YP Council is, therefore, delighted to invite all interested to attend this webinar where Nelli Shevchenko, a solicitor specialising in immigration law, will talk us through the process of applying for indefinite leave to remain. We will also discuss the benefits of applying for British citizenship, and the process of doing so.

  • Speakers

Nelli Shevchenko

Nelli is a solicitor and head of UK immigration team at Seyfarth Shaw LLP. She advises both corporate and private clients on issues relating to immigration, and has wide experience on issues relating to EU, settlement and British nationality matters. She also frequently helps European nationals securing their right to stay in the UK.  

Nelli is passionate about making information on the ever-changing landscape of immigration accessible to existing and potential clients and she enjoys applying innovative thinking to solve day-to-day problems which companies and individuals alike may face.  

Lisbeth Poulsen

The event will be moderated by Lisbeth Poulsen, who sits on the DK-UK Associations YP Council. Professionally she is a dual qualified lawyer in England and Wales and Denmark, currently working as a solicitor in London.