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Tier 1 (Investor) Visa Suspended, Tier 1 (Entrepreneur) Visas to be Scrapped and Other Proposed Changes
Whilst we still wait for the much anticipated Government Whitepaper on the reforms to the UK Immigration Rules which has no doubt been delayed due to the current Brexit debacle, the Minister of State for Immigration, Caroline Nokes did publish a written s

Business Visitors To And From Europe Post Brexit
We are receiving a number of enquires from businesses about frequent short visits to Europe to conduct business or EU colleagues visiting the UK for the same purpose. Thus far we can provide the following information.

Deal or No Deal We Will Take Control of Our Borders – What Are The Consequences To Protecting Your EU Workforce and UK Immigration Policy?
It has been a busy and uncertain 24 hours in politics and what appears below is the text of my commentary in the media yesterday, following confirmation that Teresa May had negotiated a transition deal and was putting it to her cabinet.