Settled status: recruiters warned of grey area between helping and advising

As the Prime Minister waives the fee for EU nationals wishing to stay in the UK post-Brexit, recruiters have been warned to avoid providing immigration advice on Brexit to workers on their books or risk being fined or even jailed.

Yesterday, PM Theresa May told Parliament that government decided to waive the £65 application fee for EU nationals wishing to apply for settled status, so there is no financial barrier for those wishing to stay in the UK post-Brexit. The PM added anyone who has already applied will have their fee reimbursed.

This will be good news for EU nationals working in the...

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