Advice for businesses employing EU workers post-EUSS deadline
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Chetal Patel
Chetal Patel is an immigration partner at Bates Wells

As we live in this post-Brexit era, many organisations are only just getting to grips with how the UK immigration landscape has changed. What key questions should employers be considering?

July changes

From 1 July 2021, European Economic Area and Swiss (EEA) citizens will need to evidence their immigration status to live and work in the UK through the EU Settlement Scheme (EUSS). No longer can EEA citizens rely on their European passport or nationality identify card as this only confirms their nationality.


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