What does the BREXIT White Paper mean for immigration?

Recently the government published a White Paper on Brexit which is supposed to set out proposals for the future legislation before a Bill is formally laid before Parliament.  The White Paper only sets out the UK’s current negotiating position.  Whether the position is realistic or not, is another matter.

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Calling all skilled Indian workers!

Skilled Indian workers, who have for many years sought a simpler and faster process for grant of jobs visas, have got a big boost as Theresa May visited India, her first as the British Prime Minister.

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10 reasons to apply for a Tier 1 Entrepreneur visa

Tier 1 Entrepreneur visas are available to nationals of countries outside the European Economic Area (EEA) and Switzerland who want to set up or run a business in the UK.

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Find out how you can work in the UK with a Tier 2 Visa!

Tier 2 (General) visas offer professionals the opportunity to work and live with their families in the United Kingdom. These visas are similar to the H-1B visas in the US and restricted to skilled trades and professions, ranging from IT and medicine to teaching and social work.

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ERC branches into Cambridge, England!

Elm Rose Consultancy is proud to announce that we will now be setting up an office within Cambridgeshire and will be happy to meet with prospective clients who wish to discuss immigration matters in and around the area.

If you or anyone you know lives in or around Cambridgeshire and would like to seek expert immigration assistance, contact us now!  We will be pleased to arrange meetings in the area.


Questions and Answers following BREXIT – will it affect you?


The decision about when to trigger Article 50 and start the formal process of leaving the EU will be for the new Prime Minister.  The UK remains a member of the EU throughout this process, and until Article 50 negotiations have concluded.

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What next for Britain and the European Union (EU)?


Last week Britain voted to leave the EU.  For the UK to actually leave, it must invoke Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty for the formal legal process to set in.  This will give the the United Kingdom (UK) two years to negotiate it’s withdrawal from the EU.  Until then, the UK must abide by the laws and regulations set by the EU, although it cannot be involved in decision making.

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EU Referendum – how will you be voting? THE FACTS!


On Thursday 23rd June, the United Kingdom (UK) will will vote whether to remain in or to leave the European Union (EU).

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