By Toby Hiscock
On 18 October 2019 the House of Commons Library published a briefing paper called ‘The UK’s future Immigration system’. The paper examines the Government’s vision for a unified Immigration system after Brexit and explores some of the changes and additions that have been proposed for Britain’s post-Brexit Immigration system.
The UK’s exit from the European Union will bring with it an end to Freedom of Movement. Freedom of Movement is a key principle of the European Union and can be defined in this context as the right of EEA and Swiss nationals and their family members to live and work freely in the UK without visa restrictions.
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Posted on: Monday, 28 October, 2019