Please note, changes may occur between now and the 29th of March 2019, the date the United Kingdom is set to leave the European Union, with or without a deal on BREXIT.
If you are coming to the UK, you can exercise your freedom of movement rights under European Union law up until the 29th March. This means there is still a window to secure employment, but the rules will shortly change.
UK’s stance under BREXIT
One of the UK’s objectives in leaving the EU was the ability to constrain low skilled migration. Therefore, it is logical to expect extra layers of bureaucracy to emerge.
We don’t see a drastic curtailment as the UK still needs migrant workers, without them the country would grind to a halt.
Our view is we will see a return to work permits. Whether a nationality level playing field will be created remains to be seen.
The use of Tier 2 Visa’s is expected to increase.
You are an EU citizen in the UK, intending to stay
Relax. The government is trialling registration schemes, but you have until June 2021 to register.
Mrs May recently rescinded charges and the paperwork can be completed online.
Our advice is let the dust settle for a couple of months after “BREXIT” and then tackle the registration process.
Before you fill out our registration form, we feel it necessary to pass on some important information.
After completing our registration process your details are checked over by our Validation Team. Their task is to upload suitable submissions or delete.
Registrations that pass validation automatically produce an online CV Profile. Due to the popularity of our website profiles are widely seen by prospective employers. On a daily basis we receive many Profile enquiries.
By following our guidelines your profile will pass our validation process.
Key points to note
Your aim should be to produce a fantastic online CV Profile.
Our task is to find you meaningful employment.