BREXIT – The State of Play for Citizens’ Rights [UPDATED]

[This post has been updated to reflect the release of the UK government’s Statement of Intent on the EU Settlement Scheme on 21 June 2018.]

When it comes to Brexit, one of the EU27’s core negotiating principles, as set out in the European Council’s April 2017 negotiating guidelines, is that “nothing is agreed until everything is agreed”. As of now, there is no legally binding withdrawal agreement between the UK government and the EU27, and so any statements from either side are positions or proposals, subject to further negotiation.

Here we look at the UK government’s and the EU27’s policy positions on citizens’ rights today, and how they got to this point. We then suggest some actions that those affected should consider taking in light of these negotiating positions.

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BREXIT – The State of Play for Citizens’ Rights [UPDATED]

The information in this alert was provided by Newland Chase.

 

BREXIT – The State of Play for Citizens’ Rights

Here we look at the UK government’s and the EU27’s policy positions on citizens’ rights today, and how they got to this point. We then suggest some actions that those affected should consider taking in light of these negotiating positions.

Read more here:

BREXIT – The State of Play for Citizens’ Rights

 

RUSSIA – Immigration Authorities Reorganised

Effective 5 April 2016, the Russian President has signed a decree reorganising the federal immigration authorities.

Read more here:

RUSSIA – Immigration Authorities Reorganised

This alert was drafted using information provided by Vista Foreign Business Support.

APAC Webinar – Recording and Slides Here

On Tuesday 20 October we hosted a webinar on the use of technology by governments for immigration services in the Asia-Pacific region.

Peregrine’s presenter, Dan King, would like to thank all of the attendees, and of course our speakers:

View and/or download our slides and a recording of the webinar below – and let us know if you have any questions!