In this episode, Benjamin Sookia, Global Immigration Manager at Kingsley Napley, chatswith Camille Merveilleux, Manager at Karl Waheed Avocats to clarify the steps that UK nationals living in Europe should be taking in advance of Brexit, and to offer insight on plans that French authorities have put in place for after the UK’s planned withdrawal from the EU.
Karl Waheed Avocats is honored to have been a sponsor of the 2019 IBA Annual Employment and Diversity Law Conference in Paris.
The French government published an order which determines the right of UK nationals continuing to stay in France after the Brexit date of 29 March 2019, in the most probable event of no exit agreement being reached between the UK and the EU. Such UK nationals will be allowed three to twelve months to acquire permanent residency if they have been in France for 5 years or more on 30 March 2019, or acquire the appropriate permit to stay, if they have been in France on such day for less than 5 years.
Preparing for change: the impact of the immigration law of 10 September 2018 and the law “choosing your professional future” of 5 September 2018
Fanny LAREDO – KARL WAHEED Avocats
Coraline PRUNIER – KARL WAHEED Avocats
Guillaume BORDIER – CAPSTAN Avocats
IMPLEMENTATION OF THE LAW OF MARCH 7, 2016 ON FOREIGNERS
Floriane COUTURE and Alban MERMOZ – Karl Waheed Avocats
Alexandre METEREAUD – Police Prefecture of Paris
Chapter on France, published in the “Global Mobility, An Overview for Human Resrouces Professionals”, 3rd edition, Poorvi Chothani, Esq., LawQuest, pages 56-66, 2015, India.