It’s no longer news that the UK has voted to leave the EU and soon the formalities associated its departure will begin through the EU Treaty’s Article 50 framework. Unfortunately, we know very little about the consequences of these recent events and we know even less about how Britain’s relations with its neighbours will progress. With such ambiguity it is natural that people will be in even greater doubt regarding immigrations even though it was one of the leading reasons behind the whole campaign. Nonetheless, we have gathered information from leading experts and Immigration Law Solicitors in hopes of shedding light on some concerns.
Will there be restrictions on Immigrations?
The leading cause behind UK’s departure from the EU was a lack of honesty with respect to migration and immigrations. Naturally, EU migrations will be easier to control. The number of non-EU migrations has been as high as 100,000 for the past 25 years, maybe that will come down as well.
How will the gap be filled?
Ironically, immigrants did significantly contribute to UK’s economy. Immigrants not only started new businesses they also created jobs all of which has positive effects on the economy. With such tight restrictions on immigrations, experts and immigration law solicitors are expecting a huge gap.
There is still a huge amount of uncertainty regarding what the future holds for us, and it is our guess that it will be around for years to come.
For more information you are welcome to get in touch with the immigration law solicitors at Walker Wise Solicitors by phone on 01254 300 966 or email email@example.com.