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  • Lewis Silkin appointed to act as sole external advisor on UK employment and immigration work for Deliveroo

    Press Release

    15 June 2017

    Lewis Silkin is delighted to have been appointed to Deliveroo’s first formal legal panel to act as its sole external advisor on UK employment and immigration among other matters.

  • Errors in shift allocation could cost you your business and your freedom

    Press

    14 June 2017

    Naomi Hanrahan-Soar has written an article for The Caterer, Licensee & Hotelier (CLH), discussing the risks and consequences of illegal working penalties in the hospitality sector.

  • Second round of changes to Australia's Subclass 457 visa

    13 June 2017

    Following on from our last e-flash on Australia’s recent immigration reform to scrap and replace the existing Subclass 457 visa which took immediate effect in April, the second round of immigration changes will be taking effect on 1 July 2017.

  • Mapping the manifestos 2017 - Immigration

    01 June 2017

    Natasha Hotson has written an article for LexisNexis UK which explores the political parties’ manifestos and discusses whether these pledges declare the end of the era for freedom of movement, as we currently know it.

  • Right to Rent immigration checks: increasing pressure on the property rental market

    Press

    30 May 2017

    Joanna Hunt has written an article for 24housing which discusses the Government's 'right to rent' checks and their increasing pressure on the rental market.

  • Immigration law in China – an overview

    Inbrief

    05 May 2017

    This inbrief is designed to provide a general overview about business visits and employment authorisation requirements for China. As with all countries the immigration laws may be amended with little or no notice and this guide is designed to be general in nature.

  • How to divorce the EU, in three uneasy steps

    05 May 2017

    The European Council published its official guidelines for Brexit negotiations on 29 April 2017. Lewis Silkin reported on EU Council President Donald Tusk’s circulation of negotiation guidelines to EU leaders at the end of March 2017, and the newly published guidelines are consistent with the earlier version.

  • General election 2017 - what might the manifestos say about employment law?

    27 April 2017

    Theresa May’s announcement of a snap general election caught everyone off guard. The various political parties will be rushing to fill their manifestos with headline-grabbing policies, although these will not necessarily be very well thought through.

  • UK Select Committee urges Government to adopt flexible system for EU migration

    13 April 2017

    Andrew Osborne has been quoted in an article for 'World Sport Advocate' discussing EU migration and how it is affecting UK sport.

  • Changes to Chinese visa applications

    11 April 2017

    Effective immediately, the Chinese consulate in Hong Kong has advised that all females between the ages of 16 to 40 and all males between the ages of 18 to 55 must now provide previous passports in addition to current valid passports for application of all Chinese visas if their current passport was issued after 2015.

  • Immigration overhaul vital to stop costs crippling UK tech

    10 April 2017

    Naomi Hanrahan-Soar has written an article for Business Cloud discussing how the UK’s immigration requirements, following the triggering of Article 50, need to be assessed robustly.

  • Immigration and talent: the Brexit policy response

    Press

    06 April 2017

    Senior Associate, Naomi Hanrahan-Soar and Associate, Neil Jennings have written an article for IT Pro Portal which discusses the impact of immigration policy on the tech industry.

  • Indian nationals must now apply for visit visas directly to the HKSAR Department of Immigration

    03 April 2017

    Effectively immediately, Indian nationals who require visit visas must do so directly by post to the Immigration Department in Hong Kong instead of submitting applications to the nearest Chinese diplomatic or consular post.

  • Tusk luck, May

    31 March 2017

    EU Council President Donald Tusk has sent negotiation guidelines to European capitals in advance of a summit at the end of April 2017 to determine the agenda for Brexit negotiations. Tusk’s document sets out three sequential stages for the Brexit negotiations, which conflicts with UK Prime Minister Theresa May’s proposal for negotiations regarding withdrawal and trade to be undertaken simultaneously.

  • Brexit and immigration rights and documentation of EEA nationals

    31 March 2017

    This article summarises the rights of European Economic Area (EEA) nationals and their family members and the documentation they can obtain to evidence these rights. It looks at residence requirements and points to consider when applying for citizenship.

  • Lewis Silkin speaking at launch of major techUK report

    28 March 2017

    Naomi Hanrahan-Soar will be speaking at the launch of techUK’s Global Tech Talent Powering Global Britain report at the House of Commons on Thursday 30 March in relation to UK migration in the sector.

  • Lewis Silkin mentioned in The Times Law Diary

    Press

    24 March 2017

    Lewis Silkin's latest immigration update: 'Don’t blink: The Immigration Rules are changing again' has been mentioned in Edward Fennell's Law Diary.

  • Don’t blink: The Immigration Rules are changing again

    17 March 2017

    The Home Office published the latest Statement of Changes in the Immigration Rules yesterday, 16 March 2017. The changes take effect on 6 April 2017. We summarise here the changes that will affect you most.

  • Royal assent paves the way for Brexit

    16 March 2017

    The Queen has this morning signed into law the European Union (Notification of Withdrawal) Bill which was passed by MPs and peers on Monday.

  • Ignorance isn't bliss... especially with illegal working

    16 March 2017

    If you’re considering restructuring the service company which employs most of your staff, and that company holds your sponsorship licence, you may need to apply for a new sponsor licence and transfer your sponsored migrants accordingly.

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