Fragomen Hosts David Blunkett to Discuss Immigration and Brexit

13th October 2016

Fragomen, the leading immigration services provider in the UK, hosted David Blunkett at its Sheffield office on Tuesday, 4 October to receive his input on Brexit and immigration.

Mr Blunkett, former home secretary and the professor of politics in practice at the University of Sheffield's Department of Politics, visited Fragomen's office to discuss the impacts of Brexit with immigration professionals. Exploring the effects of Brexit While visiting the firm's Sheffield office, David Blunkett participated in a podcast recording with Fragomen's Managing Partner in the UK, Caron Pope. Together they discussed the immigration, economic and political impacts of Brexit, as well as the effects on the UK's relationship with other EU countries. The recording will be provided to businesses to help them prepare for the eventual changes in immigration regulations. It will also highlight different scenarios that may play out for EU nationals living in the UK, and UK nationals living in other EU countries. Meet and greet Mr Blunkett also met with Fragomen's Sheffield teams, including solicitors, immigration professionals and support staff. The meet and greet was followed by a networking reception with Yorkshire-themed refreshments. Fragomen's benchmarking report for business Fragomen has been leading the discussion on Brexit and immigration. It recently published its 'Helping business prepare for Brexit' survey report, which features helpful recommendations and tips on what businesses can do to plan for the upcoming changes to immigration policies. Read the report on Fragomen's dedicated Brexit website at Who to contact Should you have any queries about business immigration, Fragomen has put together a special Brexit Task Force with members who can actively address your questions and concerns. To reach this team, email  

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