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Attys Brace For Post-Brexit Burdens On EU Immigrants

Law360 (October 4, 2018, 8:51 PM EDT) -- The U.K.'s recent announcement that, post-Brexit, it won't give preferential immigration treatment to European Union nationals has employers and attorneys scrambling to take stock of staffing and prepare for headaches.

British Prime Minister Theresa May announced Monday that high-skilled workers would get preference over low-skilled workers with no special consideration for nationals of the EU over those from the rest of the world under a "single immigration system." She also set a goal of keeping immigration levels below 100,000 per year and left the door open to future trade agreements with the EU that could address the "mobility" of workers and...

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