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Could 'Barista Visas' solve the post-Brexit hospitality challenge?

How can the UK’s hospitality and tourism industries remain competitive when there aren’t enough staff?

Since the EU referendum a number of questions have been raised over what rights EEA citizens already living in the UK will have once the UK exits the European Union. Many of these questions relate to the options available to UK businesses that rely on EEA migrants to fill their job vacancies.

In this article, David Starr explains the benefits and potential pitfalls of the suggested visa.

Immigration Solicitor David Starr explains all in HR Magazine, click here to read the whole article.

If you would like more information or advice relating to this article or any Immigration matter, please do not hesitate to contact David Starr on 01727 798000.

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