Brexit: Immigration, Social Security and Healthcare - What you need to know about the law after we leave the EU

Wednesday 27 March 2019, 6pm - 8:30pm

Garden Court Chambers

This seminar is essential for solicitors and caseworkers working with EU citizens and their family members on free movement, immigration, social security, and health care issues.

Date: Wednesday 27 March 2019
Time: 6pm - 8:30pm
Venue: Garden Court Chambers  
Cost: Free
Areas of Law: Immigration Law

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This seminar will take place regardless of political developments:

  • If there is a deal: the Withdrawal Agreement (who’s in and who’s out); Appendix EU issues; who is under the Immigration Rules; new arrivals post-Brexit
  • If there is no deal: unilateral implementation of the Withdrawal Agreement (and the applicable transition periods); new arrivals post-Brexit; European Temporary Leave to Remain
  • Consequences for eligibility for homelessness, housing, and benefits
  • Consequences for co-ordination of social security contributions (pensions/National Insurance aggregation, cash benefits, export of SNCBs, health care treatment in the EU)
  • The role of the Immigration and Social Security (EU Withdrawal) Bill/Act 2019
  • Relevance of the Brexit Statutory Instruments
  • New Brexit law, the Immigration White Paper, and a future UK immigration system
  • British citizens moving to the EU for work, and moving around the EU

Please note that bookings have now closed for this event. 


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