December 22, 2020

The Final Countdown: The Clock Is Ticking for Brexit

After years of negotiation and preparation, free movement between the United Kingdom and the European Union will end from 31 December 2020. In this episode, Faegre Drinker’s Hodon Anastasi provides a high-level overview of how post-Brexit immigration control policies will impact those accustomed to traveling between the U.K. and the European Economic Area (EEA), including:

  • What will U.K. nationals need in order to travel to EU Member States and the Schengen travel area? What restrictions and border requirements will they face?
  • What does the end of free movement mean to EEA nationals traveling to or residing in the U.K.? Does Brexit impact citizens with Settled or Pre-Settled Status?

The Faegre Drinker Immigration Law Podcast is a podcast all about immigration and only about immigration. Each episode will tackle a timely topic in immigration law, with the aim of making these complicated and often misunderstood issues less daunting, more accessible, and maybe even a little fun. Tune in for future episodes on the latest news, developments and challenges in the world of immigration law — and thank you for listening!

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