Brexit



The IMC is pleased to partner with Fragomen to bring you up to date relevant information about the UK's historic decision to exit the European Union.

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, events, webcasts , as well as helpful FAQs to answer your most common questions.

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The negotiators of the EU and the UK governments have released a joint report on the progress made during the first phase of the negotiations under Article 50 on the United Kingdom’s withdrawal from the European Union. This report contains the clearest outline of the rights of EU citizens in the United Kingdom and the … ...
  Fragomen launched their first 30 second survey to help you benchmark what other companies have planned for Brexit. Their first survey asked whether clients expect to pay for settled status for their employees. A copy of their results is now available, click here to read. Their results were based on a survey of businesses of all … ...
Fragomen has published its response to the Migration Advisory Committee’s (MAC) call for evidence on EEA workers in the UK labour market. Click here to read. ...
Read “Legal guide to managing a migrant workforce” by the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD), in collaboration with Fragomen. It contains practical steps to help you manage and support your migrant workforce through Brexit. Download the guide here. ...
The Migration Advisory Committee (MAC) has launched a Call for Evidence regarding the effects of Brexit on the UK’s labour market. Read our toolkit to understand how best to respond to the MAC’s consultation. ...
After the July 2017 Brexit negotiation session, a ‘Joint Technical Note on Citizens’ Rights’ was published by the EU and UK. Read Fragomen’s ‘Position paper on the rights of UK and EU nationals’, for our analysis and recommendations to EU decision-makers. ...
On 27 July 2017, the UK Government commissioned the Migration Advisory Committee (MAC), to consider immigration policy after Brexit. Download our summary here to understand what this means for business, details of key players and dates central to the review process. ...
Read Fragomen’s ‘Brexit and EU citizens living in the UK: The UK Government’s negotiating position’ guide. It contains useful advice following the UK Government’s proposal for managing the immigration status of European nationals in the UK, after the UK’s departure from the European Union. ...
Read “Building the Post-Brexit Immigration System”, an independent analysis of shortages, scenarios and choices by the Migration Policy Institute, with practitioner insights from Fragomen. ...
Read Fragomen’s ‘Brexit timeline and key players’ summary for businesses. It contains a timeline of key dates since the UK’s notification to leave the EU and a list of EU institutions explaining their role in the Brexit process. ...
Read Ian Robinson’s thought leadership piece with British Future, a leading think tank. The paper argues that business groups should take a different approach when talking about immigration. Download the paper here. ...
Read Fragomen’s ‘Immigration and Brexit: Preparing for separation’ practical guide for businesses. It contains advice and recommendations on what businesses are doing now and how they can prepare for Brexit. ...
Read Fragomen’s ‘Helping business prepare for Brexit’ survey report which features helpful recommendations and tips on what businesses can do to plan for the eventual changes in immigration policy. ...
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 … ...
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