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|17 Jun 2007||Commercial Immigration||Sally Adams, Kingsley Napley||Lecture Notes|
|The Highly Skilled Migrant Programme|
|21 Dec 2011||ELA’s response to the Migration Advisory Committee: Call for evidence on the level of the 2012/13 annual limit on tier 2 and associated policies||Consultations|
|1 Nov 2009||Immigration Law Update||Paul McAleavey, Bircham Dyson Bell LLP||ELA Briefing||The £5,000 fine issued to the attorney general, Lady Scotland, for employing a migrant without the entitlement to work in the UK generated huge media coverage. While much of the interest surrounde...|
|1 Apr 2010||Negotiating Severance Terms for Expatriates||Juliet Carp, Speechly Bircham LLP||ELA Briefing|
|1 Feb 2012||Immigration update||Natasha Williams, Nicholas Moore Specialist Employment Lawyers||ELA Briefing||
At the close of 2011, Home Office minister Lord Henley confirmed that the government would not reconsider its immigration cap policy, despite growing reports of economic damage caused by limits pla...
|1 Jul 2012||Race and illegality||Peter Linstead, Tanfield Chambers||ELA Briefing||
Hounga v Allen  EWCA Civ 609 is essential reading for anyone dealing with a discrimination claim where the contract is illegal because of tax evasion or immigration status.
|1 Dec 2010||Putting a lid on immigration?||Ilda de Sousa, Kingsley Napley LLP and Elaine McIlroy,||ELA Briefing||
Many employers have commented that the interim immigration limit, which was introduced on 19 July, is already having a significant impact on the ability of businesses in the UK to recruit key non-E...
|16 Feb 2011||Government outlines reforms to employer-sponsored immigration||News from the IDS Employment Law Team||Employment News||
The Government has published a 'statement of intent' setting out how the points-based immigration system will operate from 6 April 2011. The changes include a limit of 20,700 on the number of migra...
|18 May 2007||Consultations on illegal working, additional paternity leave and trade unions||Employment News||
The Government has recently issued three consultations relating to the employment field: