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Meet | The | Experts - Tick Tock - The countdown to Brexit EU immigration implications

In our MEET | THE | EXPERTS webinar on 26 November - Tick tock, tick tock: the countdown to Brexit - EU immigration implications, our panelists Ceris Gardner, Raphael Apelbaum and Rowena Moffatt discussed  the UK’s approach to interpretation of EU free movement law following the end of the transition period and other issues. . 

Our experts’ key takeaways are:

  • Act now if you need to ‘step in’ before 31 December
  • Evidence, evidence, evidence 
  • Applications by 30 June
  • A permanent resident card will not alone secure  one’s rights to stay post Brexit

If you would like to watch a recording the the webinar, please click here.

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