Deportation of EU Nationals After Brexit - All the Latest Changes
The Citizen’s Directive and the EEA Regulations 2016 provide a particular process by which EU nationals may be removed on public policy/public security grounds.
Those protections end for those committing offences after the Brexit deadline, but certain protections will remain in place, even after that deadline.
EU nationals are potentially at a heightened risk of scrutiny, given both the political position that the government is in, but also the close links that will remain between the security networks of the respective countries and so it is very important that you understand where the risks lie, and what to do about them.
This new webinar will provide a guide to the changes, what stays and what goes and where the extra risks for EU nationals come from. It will highlight the steps needed to prepare your clients for the possibility of deportation and give tips on how to challenge decisions to deport when they arise.
What You Will Learn
This webinar will cover the following:
- Who is liable to be deported?
- Existing protections for EU nationals
- The effect of Brexit on EU nationals facing deportation
- How to anticipate and prepare for deportation
- Particular risks for EU nationals
- Preparing and presenting appeals against deportation decisions
This webinar was recorded on 8th March 2021
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