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EU Referendum position papers

As you will be aware, the result of the European Union referendum has been confirmed, and the UK has voted to leave the EU. While the position as regards our future relationship with the EU is highly uncertain at this time, it is clear this result could have significant implications for EEA nationals and their family members, and potentially more widely on the shape of UK immigration control. The European working group is leading the work as regards what next steps should be taken by ILPA, and would encourage members to join the working group and come along to the next meeting on the 28th July. Prior to the referendum, ILPA commissioned and published a set of position papers on legal issues relating to the EU referendum, which may be of interest to members at this time. For further information about the position papers please contact: Nicole Francis, ILPA Chief Executive nicole.francis@ilpa.org.uk ILPA briefing for a 10 minute rule bill on persons exercising rights under EU law and their position in the event of the UK leaving the EU, 8 July 2016 available from Briefings page.

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EU Referendum Position Papers

As you will be aware, the result of the European Union referendum has been confirmed, and the UK has voted to leave the EU. While the position as regards our future relationship with the EU is highly uncertain at this time, it is clear this result could have significant implications for EEA nationals and theri family members, and potentially more widely on the shape of UK immigration control.  The European working group is elading the work as regards what next steps shoudl be taken by ILPA, and would encourage members to join the working group and come along to the next meeting on the 28th July.  Prior to the referendum ILPA commissioned and published a set of position papers on legal issues relating to the EU referendum, which may be of interest to members at this time.  Of the papers below the folloiwng detail the impliactions of a vote to leave the EU:

  • The impact of Brexit
  • The implications of UK withdrawal for immigration policy and nationality law: Irish aspects
  • The implications for Scotland of a vote in the EU referendum for the UK to leave the EU

For further information about the position papers please contact: Nicole Francis, ILPA Chief Executive nicole.francis@ilpa.org.uk