- Considering the impact of changes to right to work checks
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- What changes does the 20 April 2021 update to the ‘coronavirus (COVID-19): right to work check’ guidance make?
- What practical difficulties do you think this may cause to employers?
- How did the coronavirus right to work concession work in practice?
- What other changes are on the horizon as regards right to work checks?
- Post-Brexit checks for EEA/Swiss nationals
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Immigration analysis: Sacha Wooldridge, senior associate at Birketts, discusses the changes the Home Office made to its ‘Coronavirus (COVID-19): right to work check’ guidance on 20 April 2021 regarding the end of the ability to conduct right to work checks via a video conference. Wooldridge also analyses the practical difficulties this may cause employers and considers what other changes are on the horizon for right to work checks.
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