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Brexit information session for staff today

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The University is hosting a number of information sessions aimed at staff potentially affected by the impact of the EU Referendum outcome and Brexit.

The sessions, scheduled for 15 February and 22 February, will be delivered by Alex Russell, an immigration expert from Mills & Reeve, and will provide practical information and guidance.

There will be two sessions on each day, covering different areas.

Session A will cover applications for permanent residency and registration certificates.  It will cover in detail what the application process involves, eligibility requirements, how to pull together the application pack, common pitfalls, FAQs, practicalities, key points from Home Office guidance, and recent developments. 

Session B will cover completing applications for naturalisation, in a similar format as the permanent residence briefing referred to above.  It will also cover the status of the children of EEA nationals living in the UK and the circumstances when children can be registered as British nationals. 

Both sessions will include a general update, with time for questions.

The sessions may also be of interest to other non-EU colleagues. There are a limited number of spaces available (please note that Session A on 15 February is almost fully-booked) – if you wish to attend please follow the instructions below.

How to book:

Click on the title of the course below. Enter your Username & Password and this will take you straight to the course description and available date/s. Click on the date, enter Origin of Request and SAVE. You will receive two emails confirming the booking.

BREXIT ADVICE SESSION FOR NON-UK EU STAFF – SESSION A

Wed 15 February 2017   11.00 – 13.00 (G02, Chancellors Building)

Wed 22 February 2017   14.00 – 16.00 (G07, Chancellors Building)

BREXIT ADVICE SESSION FOR NON-UK EU STAFF – SESSION B

Wed 15 February 2017  14.00 – 16.00 (G02, Chancellors Building)

Wed 22 February 2017  11.00 – 13.00 (G07, Chancellors Building)

The University recognises that the referendum outcome has created some uncertainty for many colleagues, and we hope that these sessions will provide some practical support and reassurance.

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