Brexit Update – October 2016

On 23 June, 2016 the United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union, raising a number of questions for those who may be impacted personally by changes in immigration.

 

Fragomen, a leading immigration services provider and the IMC’s regional representative office for Europe, has developed Brexit online resources to help you stay up-to-date with the immigration impacts of Brexit.

 

Explore Fragomen’s latest Brexit blogs, videos and events, as well as helpful FAQs to answer your most common questions. Also stay current on the latest Brexit commentary from Fragomen.

 

Please visit www.fragomen.com/Brexit for further information.

Nadine Goldfoot, Partner and founding member of Fragomen’s Private Client Practice, and member of the IMC Advisory Board

Nadine Goldfoot is featured in Brexit Ignites the ‘Brexodus’, discussing how Brexit has sparked interest in second passports. This article originally appeared in Huffington Post.

Alexander Finch, Associate at Fragomen

Read Alexander’s blog discussing the application process for EEA nationals applying for naturalisation in the UK in Naturalising as a British citizen for EEA nationals – the McCarthy banana skin.

EU Referendum: What it Means for You

This webcast will help you understand the implications of the EU Referendum results and what it means for you. It will also address the overall exit process, key immigration points and your immediate options. Watch the Webcast.

Fragomen also offers the webcast in multiple languages.

Christine Sullivan, Attorney and Manager of Fragomen’s Private Client Practice

Christine Sullivan writes about UK citizens working, studying or simply living in the EU, and the measures they can take to safeguard their movement rights after Brexit. To read the briefing which provides advice to UK citizens currently living in another member state of the EU, click here.