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Immigration


13 September 2018

EUROPEAN UNION: Preparations for no-deal Brexit scenario urged by European Commission

While both the United Kingdom and the European Union remain committed in reaching a deal, the European Commission is advising stakeholders to prepare for a ‘no-deal’ Brexit. 

If no withdrawal agreement can be reached, a no-deal Brexit consequently means that no specific arrangements would be in place for UK citizens in the European Union and EU citizens in the United Kingdom.

Furthermore, businesses should establish a contingency plan for its employees and assess what the impact of a no-deal Brexit would have on their business models.  

Citizens are advised to assess their personal situation in case of a no-deal Brexit and to conclude any administrative steps before 30 March 2019.

How does this affect the client?

Businesses are advised to anticipate to a possible no-deal Brexit by having a contingency plan in place for its employees. It is recommendable that businesses make the necessary economic decisions and conclude any necessary administrative steps before 30 March 2019.

 

 

 

 

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