Fragomen offers support to businesses amid changing European staffing rules

15th December 2020

From 1 January, EU nationals who have not previously resided in the UK and who are coming to work here will need to apply for permission under the new UK immigration system, in the same way as a non-EU national.

Likewise, UK nationals going to work in Europe will face 27 different sets of immigration rules to allow them to work there  if they have not previously resided in that country. 

Fragomen is a global immigration firm, based in Sheffield, London and worldwide. They are happy to offer a 15 minute consultation call with you to talk through your European staffing matters – including how can EU nationals currently working for you or arriving before 1 January,  apply under the EU settlement scheme or review your UK staffing matters in Europe and put you in touch with our colleagues where appropriate. 

Please send an email to Sheffieldinfo@Fragomen.com to book your consultation.

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