Business Visitors After Brexit: Immigration Impacts Explained
CIBT’s UK and EU immigration experts deep dive into the actions businesses should be taking now before the transition period ends and looking ahead to how this will impact business travellers and workers moving between the EU and the UK.
As the UK comes to the end of its Brexit “transition period” on 31 December 2020, freedom of movement – the EU legal principal of citizens being able to live, work, and travel freely between all member states – shall cease for member state nationals wishing to work or conduct business in the UK and, likewise, for UK nationals travelling to mainland Europe for the same purposes. Nationals of the UK and the EU – and the companies that employ them – must prepare for this new landscape. But how?
Key take outs from the session include:
- Understanding how business visitors will be affected after the transition period
- Discovering how to adapt to the new immigration landscape
- Get a summary of sponsorship, skilled workers and the points-based system
- Benefit from a Brexit License Refresh preparing you for the transition period
- Learn more about the European Travel Information and Authorisation System (ETIAS)
Published: 15 Dec 2020
Produced by: ITM
Sector: Airline/Aviation, Legal, Transportation and Logistics, Webinar
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