Webinar: Getting ready for 2021 - update on the UK’s future immigration system
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In June the UK government confirmed it will not be seeking an extension to the transition period of its exit from the EU. To support our members in their organisational preparedness, WIG is bringing together an expert panel to discuss the cross-sector implications and opportunities of a new immigration system, once the transition comes to an end. In this webinar you will have the opportunity to:
- Discuss the role of immigration in the UK’s international relations, and contributions to continuing UK prosperity.
- Hear about the possible impacts and benefits of a ‘points based immigration system’.
- Learn how your organisation can support existing EU national employees, and continue to hire from an international talent pool moving forward.
- Pose your questions to our panel.
Marcia joined as a partner in the immigration team in January 2014. She has practised in the area of immigration, nationality and European law since 1998. She has had a long career in the field of immigration and is incredibly passionate about this area of law. Marcia is ranked as a leading individual in Legal 500 UK 2020 and has been recognised in the Citywealth List. She is listed in Who's Who Legal as a Thought Leader in Corporate Immigration, 2019 and was chosen as one of the first Legal Services Are Great champions.
Migration Policy Unit, BICS Policy & Strategy GroupHome Office
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