Four Month Countdown to Brexit Next Steps for EU Nationals in the U.K.
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The U.K.’s formal exit from the European Union is now four months away. When the clock strikes midnight on March 29, 2019, the U.K. will officially leave the EU and a transitional period starts.
In this free webinar, Stephanie Lewin from Envoy and Anthony Hall from Smith Stone Walters will provide an update on Brexit and:
- Discuss the Settlement Scheme for EU nationals within the U.K.
- Highlight options U.K. employers can take as March 2019
- Take live questions from the audience
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Please note: this webinar is well-suited for all HR practitioners who have a basic understanding of the immigration process but would like to learn more information. To access more advanced webinars, please visit our resource center or stay tuned for more updates
About the Presenters
Stephanie is the Head of Global Immigration at Envoy. She brings over 20 years’ immigration experience. Before joining Envoy, Stephanie served as Senior Counsel for Global Immigration at Berry Appleman & Leiden (BAL), as well as held management positions at Crown World Mobility and Emigra Worldwide in London.
Earlier in her career she worked at the Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) and was an in-house counsel for a Fortune 500 company.
Anthony qualified as a solicitor in 2009, gaining both UK immigration and employment law experience before joining Smith Stone Walters in 2010. Initially employed as a consultant on one of our larger corporate teams, Anthony is now Head of Private Client at Smith Stone Walters. He also heads the European Team assisting companies and individuals on their immigration planning for the post-Brexit world as well as submitting applications under the current European Regulations. In addition to his caseworking responsibilities, Anthony regularly gives presentations on all aspects of UK immigration as well as the latest updates on immigration policy during the Brexit negotiations.