Brexit – the withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the European Union – is now firmly established as reality following the triggering of Article 50 by Prime Minister Theresa May on 29th March 2017. We all know that “Brexit means Brexit”. But what does it mean in practice?
As it stands, barring an agreement by all 28 members of the European Union to extend the negotiating period, the United Kingdom will exit the European Union in March 2019. This much we know for sure. But what the United Kingdom’s future relationship with the European Union will be and it’s impact on immigration policy is still very much unknown.
HJT Training have set up a specific Brexit Help & Advice hub to provide up to date information and analysis on Brexit, as and when it occurs. We will provide links to significant policy statements and draft bills, and our blog posts and linked articles will aim to interpret their meaning from an immigration perspective. When any significant changes occur, HJT will provide training courses to bring our clients up to speed with the impact on their day to day immigration practice.
Brexit will bring about the biggest change in British Politics for over 40 years, the ramifications of which will be felt for many years to come. Let HJT Training guide you through the claims and counter-claims, so that you know what you need to know, when you need to know it.
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