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Beyond Brexit - Change and Immigration in our times - FULLY BOOKED

  • 21 February 2017
  • 09:00am - 11:00am (registration & breakfast from 08:30am)
  • 5 Chancery Lane, London, EC4A 1BL
  • Entry: Free

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2016 was the point of departure for a new immigration landscape.

The UK introduced fundamental changes to the sponsorship of skilled workers under Tier 2, to European regulations and application processes, and to illegal working legislation. In the US, Trump hopes to make seismic changes to immigration policies. Will the US visitor routes that UK businesses often use be affected? Understanding how to navigate the new requirements is essential to the fitness of your business.

Start off on the right foot in 2017 by joining us to discuss the changes, including how they affect your organisation.

We look forward to seeing you there!

Event speakers

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Natasha Hotson


I specialise in all aspects of UK immigration law for corporate clients and private individuals.

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Diana Okoeva

Head of US Immigration Practice

I head the US immigration practice at Lewis Silkin, representing a wide range of clients from start-ups to large multinational companies, ...

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Neil Jennings


My work involves a broad range of UK immigration issues. I assist employers and individuals on all aspects of Points Based System ...

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Li Xiang


I joined Lewis Silkin as a legal assistant in 2014 and qualified into the Immigration department as an Associate.

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