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McGill & Co is a Scottish immigration law firm specialising in UK immigration, nationality and refugee law.


31 October 2018 James Ritchie Brexit & EU Migration
 Yesterday, Minister of State for Immigration Caroline Nokes, announced that should we face a no-deal Brexit, employers will have to check their EU national employee’s right to work.

11 October 2018 James Ritchie Brexit & EU Migration
  On 1 November 2018, a pilot scheme for EU Settlement is due begin. The pilot will run until 21 December 2018.

04 October 2018 James Ritchie Brexit & EU Migration
 As detailed in a previous blog from 6 September, the UK Government have announced a pilot scheme to allow migrants to work on UK farms.

04 September 2018 McGill & Co Solicitors Brexit & EU Migration
With the Article 50 deadline of 29 March 2019 approaching, and increasing talk of a ‘no deal’ Brexit, many EU citizens are beginning to worry about whether they will be able to remain in the UK, and on what terms they will be able to do so.

21 June 2018 Grace McGill Brexit & EU Migration
The UK government has reached an agreement with the European Union (EU) on citizens’ rights, ahead of the UK leaving the EU on 29 March 2019. 

14 June 2018 Grace McGill Brexit & EU Migration
We are all alert to the fact the when the UK leaves the EU there will be a considerable skills shortage especially in relation to low skilled labour as we see the end of freemovement.

31 May 2018 McGill & Co Solicitors Brexit & EU Migration
The essential contribution made by inward migration to Scotland’s population and economy was highlighted in a recent publication by the National Records of Scotland, which revealed that the number of non-British nationals living in Scotland rose by 12% in 2017 compared to the previous year, taking the total number to 378,000. 

17 May 2018 McGill & Co Solicitors Brexit & EU Migration
Despite Government efforts to make the process of applying for Settled Status inclusive and straightforward, certain vulnerable groups of EU citizens remain at risk of losing their legal status post-Brexit, a new report has warned. 

20 April 2018 James Ritchie Brexit & EU Migration
Amongst the barrage of stories stemming from the current scandal surrounding the Windrush generation, it is worth remarking on what implications may arise with respect to a separate group of those arriving in the UK with a similar right to work and settle, Europeans.

11 April 2018 Grace McGill Brexit & EU Migration
In opinion of the Court of Justice,C 89/17 Secretary of State for the Home Department v Rozanne Banger , Advocate General Bobek held that where an EU citizen returns to his Member State of origin, that Member State must facilitate the entry and residence of the citizen’s non EU partner with whom he has created or strengthened family ties in another Member State. The requirement to facilitate does not confer an automatic residence right but does require the Member State to undertake an extensive examination of the personal circumstances of the non EU citizen and justify any refusal of entry or residence.


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