Recruiting from overseas post-Brexit

Damon Culbert of the Immigration Advice Service advises recruiters and businesses on hiring talent from abroad post-Brexit.

As the UK plans to leave the EU, citizens of EU member states will soon be subject to the Immigration Rules for non-EU migrants if they want to move to the UK.

The latest Brexit white paper released in July made little mention of future immigration policy, with only around 20 paragraphs of the 100+ page document using the word. Despite this, some statements it...

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