Nobody knows what immigration control will look like after a potential Brexit in March 2019 and what consequences may follow. But EU nationals in the UK can and should take steps to protect their status.
A ‘hard’ Brexit potentially threatens the rights of millions of EU nationals to live, work, study and retire in the UK.
As the prospect of a ‘hard’ Brexit looms, join barristers from 36 Immigration to discuss the coming changes to immigration enforcement, the rights of EEA nationals and EU refugee policy.
On 11 July 2016, days after the Brexit vote, the Cabinet Office assured us that EU nationals in the UK […]
Immigration is a gift to every jaded journalist in post-factual Brexit Britain. Take some meaningless Home Office statistics from 2004 to […]
Potentially. But much depends on what was said and done, and how. The raid On the morning of 4 July 2016, […]
[This is a guest post by Miriam Carrion Benitez, an immigration barrister at the 36 Group. Miriam is an EU national […]
Arguably the most important constitutional legal case in living memory is being supported by unnamed businesses, individuals and business persons. […]