- Are you or your business struggling with current coronavirus (COVID-19) restrictions on travel?
- What are the current considerations?
- Can my employees travel to the UK?
- Before they travel to the UK
- What happens when an employee arrives in the UK?
- Arriving into England
- Arriving into Scotland
- Travel within the UK
- Factors to consider
- Are there any exceptions?
Immigration analysis: Restrictions on global travel imposed by the UK government in response to coronavirus (COVID-19) are creating new mobility challenges for UK employers. Although most business are taking a responsible approach to minimising travel at this time, there is nevertheless a continued and unavoidable need for businesses to help return displaced employees/onboard new hires into the UK and ensure sustained critical business delivery which means some continued international travel is inevitable. There are however risks and cost-implications associated with travelling to the UK at the moment—these include delays at the border, delays of essential projects due to self-isolation requirements or rules being introduced on short notice.
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