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Tony Haque is a senior associate with over 20 years' experience advising in all areas of UK immigration and nationality work, and related European Union law. He is a member of Baker McKenzie’s Global Labor Employment and Employee Benefits Practice Group, where he advises on related corporate, tax and labor law issues, and leads the Firm's Global Immigration & Mobility department in London. Tony is an appointed member of the Law Society's Immigration Law Committee which provides expert guidance to practitioners and seeks to influence the direction of policy. He is recognized as a leader in his field by all of the main UK legal directories including Chambers & Partners, Legal 500, Legal Experts, Global Counsel 3000 and A Who’s Who of Corporate Immigration Lawyers.

The UK Government’s refusal to request an extension to the Brexit transition period, along with the outstanding issues in the negotiations, means that the chances of the EU and the UK trading on a “no-deal” basis as of 1 January 2021 have increased. It is vital, therefore, for companies to…

Read publication In this issue of the Global Immigration and Mobility Quarterly Update: Colombia: Immigration Trends – Changes on the Entry and Permanence Permits in Colombia Italy: A Shortcut for Intra-Corporate Transferee Permits Philippines: PEZA-ZONCR Now Requires Personal Appearances by New Visa Applicants Russia: New Migrations Trends for Russia; Temporary…

Concession for impacted migrants in the UK In response to the escalating impact of the coronavirus issue in China and various restrictions on travel to and from the areas impacted by the virus, together with wider safeguarding measures introduced by employers to limit non-essential travel and meetings, the Home Office…

On 17 October 2019 the UK and EU approved a revised Agreement on the withdrawal of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland from the European Union and the European Atomic Energy Community, as endorsed by leaders at a special meeting of the European Council, a legally binding…

Read publication In this issue: Colombia: Colombian government adopts exceptional measure to mitigate the risk of having stateless children Italy: Salvini’s Security Bis Decree obtains final approval Netherlands: Relaxation of Dutch visa and wage tax rules for start-ups Philippines: Bureau of Immigration issues IRR on Special and Provisional Work Permits…

As the deadline for the UK’s withdrawal from the EU approaches, and Brexit negotiations continue, it is vital for companies to address the challenges to their business. We have identified the key areas that will be impacted by a “no-deal” Brexit and outlined recommendations of what to consider for each…