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Following the recent economic and political events in the UK, many business leaders are wondering what’s next for immigration policy as they look to navigate a new course towards growth in a turbulent fiscal environment. New chancellor, Jeremy Hunt, has put forth a new, alternative approach to

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Talent Beyond Boundaries (TBB), a not-for-profit organisation, is in Scotland later this week to raise awareness of a pilot programme which sees highly qualified refugees and displaced people connect with employers. The Displaced Talent Mobility pilot is a UK government initiative designed in collab

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Ian Robinson tells budding immigration lawyers what he wishes he had known at the outset of his career. As a firm we work in every area of immigration, other than asylum. That means helping skilled people, entrepreneurs, families and others move to or stay in the UK, including pro bono support for v

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Global immigration firm Fragomen is offering senior school pupils, university students and graduates in Scotland an opportunity to find out more about prospective careers in the world of immigration. Applications to join the school – a free of charge online programme featuring speakers from la

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A revision to the UK government’s right to work policy framework is bemusing some businesses – primarily because it may be seen to override some of the safety principles behind the ongoing Covid-19 restrictions, says Kelly Hardman. From May 17, businesses across the UK will need to resum

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