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Welsh Assembly research service article on immigration after Brexit

November 21st 2018

This week our Policy and Research officer, Lucy Stone, wrote an article for the Welsh Assembly research service on immigration after Brexit.

Brexit is bringing imminent changes to an array of policy areas in the UK, representing an exceptional moment for immigration policy. In September the Migration Advisory Committee (MAC) published its report on EEA migration in the UK, the UK Government is in the midst of Brexit negotiations, and an immigration White Paper is expected by the end of the year that could outline the biggest changes to the UK’s immigration system in decades.

The article, published on Monday 19th November, gives an overview of current developments with the new UK immigration policy post-Brexit and what it could mean for Wales.

Read the article here.

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