How will Scotland's Cultural Workers Adapt to Post-Brexit Immigration Law? (Updated 22/01/19)
We're attending Creative Industries Federation & Bates Wells Braithwaite (BWB) workshop on changes to immigration laws.
We can ask anonymised questions within a creative peer group on your behalf. Send us your queries regarding adapting to changes to immigration law post-Brexit.
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We understand our members have concerns about changes to Immigration Law, which may affect you, your staff or your peers. We’re attending the workshop to gather legal advice for the sector in Scotland. If you have any questions (big or small) DM us on twitter or use the form below. Alternatively email firstname.lastname@example.org
EU citizens (Updated 22/01/19)
The UK Government has announced its EU Settlement Scheme. Under this scheme, EU citizens and their families have to apply for ‘settled’ or ‘pre-settled’ status. Even those people who already have indefinite leave to remain in or enter the UK will have to apply.
Fees for application were £65 for people aged 16 or over and £32.50 for people aged under 16. On Monday 21 January, Theresa May announced to UK Parliament that the £65 fee for EU citizens to stay in UK would be scrapped. Further details are to be announced. Anyone who has paid an application fee will be reimbursed, again details of how this will work are TBC.
EU citizens and their families have to apply for ‘settled’ or ‘pre-settled’ status.
Creative Industries Federation Workshop
The Creative Industries Federation Session takes place on Monday 4 February at Bates Wells Braithwaite (BWB) Central London offices. Read more about the workshop and book tickets on the Fed’s website.