UK immigration changes and what it means for your job search
From 1st January 2021 the rules about staying and working in the UK will change for EU nationals and non-EU nationals.
If you work in the UK and your work permit is soon to expire, or you are busy looking for a new job with a view to securing the right to remain in the UK for the foreseeable future, what are your rights? Must you apply only to the list of sponsored companies on the government’s website – or are you free to apply to others? If you apply to others, can you avoid or reduce discrimination of being a non-UK worker in the application process and when negotiating a job offer?
Emma Dauriac is a multi-lingual immigration adviser at Barar & Associates, in London.
On Wednesday 25th November, Ros Toynbee, Director and Lead Coach of The Career Coach, will be hosting a special webinar with Emma at 8.30 am (UK time).
Emma will be giving a presentation and taking questions on matters such as:
- the criteria employers and the government use to assess who can keep working (or find work) in the UK
- the differences if you are an EU and a non-EU national
- how you can present yourself as the right person for the job, regardless of nationality
and much more… The session will run for between 30 and 40 minutes.
To secure your place, please register in advance and the Zoom meeting details will be sent to you. This call will be recorded. If you have questions you would like Emma to answer, please submit these in advance to firstname.lastname@example.org up to 24 hours before the event to have them answered during the call. You can of course also ask them live on the call. The webinar is free.
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Should you wish to discuss your UK immigration matters in more detail, please contact our expert team of London immigration lawyers at Barar and Associates at email@example.com or call us on 020 7487 8370. You can access more information about us via https://bararassociates.com/