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With the UK now set to leave the European Union (EU) by 31 January 2020, what does that mean for UK and EU assignees? To keep up to date on immigration developments, Cartus works closely with our immigration provider Fragomen, who releases regular updates on immigration as it relates to Brexit.
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The Cartus Destination Services team in Richmond provides an update on the trends that they’re experiencing in the current UK rental market and the impact these may have on international assignees moving to the UK.
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Unless a withdrawal agreement is passed by the UK government and agreed to with the European Union (EU), the UK is set to leave the EU on 31 October without a deal. This outcome may result in delays to household goods shipments and increasing relocation costs.
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With a new UK Prime Minster at Number 10, the prospect of a No Deal Brexit has become ever-more real. Of course there is still the possibility that Boris Johnson and his government will re-negotiate the deal, but regardless of the outcome, the UK is set to leave the European Union (EU) after 31…

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