Brexit Ask the Expert: Immigration – UK & EU (ROI/NI)


Due to Brexit, the rights of EU nationals to live and work in the UK, and British nationals to live and work in the EU has fundamentally changed. This course will cover the key changes that have occurred, as well as immigration options for employers impacted by the transformation in immigration rules and immigration options for employees who live and work in the UK and the EU.

Venue details:  
Webinar, , Online
Start date & time:  
21 April 2021 11:00
End date & time:  
21 April 2021 12:00
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Training ticket cost:  
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Speaker details
First nameLast name
Philip McNally


Product type:  
CPD course
Brexit, Financial reporting


This course will be delivered via Zoom on Wednesday 21 April 2021 from 11am to 12 noon. The Zoom link will be emailed to participants the day before the course is due to take place.

Who should attend

This course is suitable for those who employ (or intend to employ) EU nationals in the UK, and for companies which send British employees throughout the EU.

It may also be useful for global mobility and employment tax professionals who want to further understand the legal obligations for an employee moving to the UK and the EU.

In addition to this, internal auditors may be interested in the sections which cover immigration compliance in the UK and EU, whilst personal tax advisors may be interested in the declarations an individual makes when making a UK immigration application.

Course overview

  • The EU Settlement Scheme.
  • Frontier Worker Permit.
  • The new UK immigration system.
  • Immigration compliance in the UK.
  • Declarations an individual makes when making a UK immigration application.
  • The Common Travel Area.
  • The EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement (mobility provisions).
  • British employees working in the EU prior to/and after 31 December 2020.
  • The impact of Brexit in Irish immigration law

Key learning outcomes

  • Identify the key immigration changes as a result of Brexit in the UK and EU.
  • Understand the steps that their company and employees must take in order to comply with the post Brexit immigration rules in the UK and EU.
  • Understand the impact of declarations made to the UK Home Office.


Philip McNally has worked in UK immigration law since 2011, firstly as a Barrister in Northern Ireland and most recently with KPMG since 2017. Philip is regulated by the Office of Immigration Services Commissioner to provide immigration advice in the UK, and he works in KPMG’s cross border corporate immigration and employment law team specialising in UK immigration and mobility throughout the EU.