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Impact of Brexit on teenage Irish players after transition period is unclear: Andrew Osborne comments for The Irish Times
Press04 February 2020
Andrew Osborne comments for The Irish Times in an article discussing the impact of Brexit on teenage Irish players following an unclear transition period.
29 January 2020
The UK Government will be disappointed by the MAC’s firm rejection of an Australian points-based system for skilled workers with a job offer.
Press29 January 2020
Joanna Hunt comments for Relocate Magazine in an article discussing the latest UK immigration report from the Migration Advisory Committee on its recommendations for a post-Brexit immigration system.
PM considers scrapping £30,000 migrant salary threshold: Naomi Hanrahan-Soar comments for Personnel Today
Press23 January 2020
Naomi Hanrahan-Soar comments for Personnel Today in an article discussing the minimum salary threshold for migrant workers after Brexit.
20 January 2020
If you are a sponsor under Tier 2 of the Points-Based System, you should recently have received your annual email from the Home Office to remind you to submit your annual CoS allocation request. We can help you to submit your request, or if you have not received the email, we can follow this up for you.
Press17 January 2020
Andrew Osborne comments for Personnel Today in an article discussing the EU Settlement Scheme.
Naomi Hanrahan-Soar writes for Tech Nation: Exceptional talent at work - exploring the scope of the Tech Nation Visa
Press13 January 2020
Naomi Hanrahan-Soar writes for Tech Nation discussing what exactly the Tech Nation Visa can mean for employers or their potential employees.
07 January 2020
With the new Conservative Government now bedding in and the Withdrawal Agreement Bill proceeding through Parliament, Brexit is all but certain to be going ahead at end of this month.
19 December 2019
The Home Office’s most recent experimental statistics show that nearly 2.6 million applications were made under the EU Settlement Scheme (EUSS) to the end of November 2019, and more than 2.2 million have been concluded. These figures include repeat applications by the same person however.
13 December 2019
Having fought his campaign on the promise to “get Brexit done” it is now certain that Mr Johnson will take the UK out of the EU. With a 78 seat majority Mr Johnson plans to bring his Withdrawal Agreement Bill back to the commons next Friday and pave the way for the UK to leave the EU on 31 January 2020. Given his clear majority, it now seems certain we will leave with the deal currently negotiated.
Press Release05 December 2019
Lewis Silkin is delighted to announce that its market-leading employment and immigration law team has won Human Resources: Firm of the Year at the Legal 500 UK Awards 2020.
Press11 November 2019
In an article for freemovement, Joanna Hunt discusses the introduction of a new NHS visa.
Press30 October 2019
In an article for freemovement, Joanna Hunt discusses the new Graduate Immigration Route and whether it will live up to expectations.
28 October 2019
On 24 October the Home Office laid a new Statement of Changes in Immigration Rules, to cover the situation where the UK leaves the EU on a no-deal basis, either on 31 October 2019 or at a later date.
21 October 2019
With uncertainty continuing over the Brexit process and how events in Parliament and the Courts may unfold over the coming days, we have taken the opportunity to provide a summary of the immigration implications of a deal and no-deal Brexit, as well as some action points for employers and individuals.
Naomi Hanrahan-Soar writes for Employment Law Journal: Is an Australian points-based system right for the UK?
Press15 October 2019
Naomi Hanrahan- Soar writes for Employment Law Journal on whether an Australian points-based system is right for the UK as the UK begins to rewrite its immigration rules for a post-Brexit era.
Andrew Osborne comments for a range of news outlets: Lionel Messi could be 'banned from the UK if Barcelona draw an English team in the Champions League'
Press09 October 2019
Andrew Osborne has been quoted in articles for a range of news outlets discussing the news that Lionel Messi could be banned from travelling to the UK if Barcelona play an English side in the Champions League in the event of Brexit.
30 September 2019
There are new Immigration Rules in effect from 1 October 2019 which affect Tier 1 Investor migrants whose first grant of leave was made under the rules in place before 29 March 2019 and who have invested in UK Government bonds.
26 September 2019
Despite many of Brexit’s particulars remaining up in the air, with 31 October fast approaching it is crucial to be aware of a no-deal Brexit’s implications for British citizens intending to travel to the EEA.