Hiring EU animators in post-Brexit Britain
Two associate solicitors talk about and give general guidance on hiring non-UK animators in the UK’s post-Brexit immigration system.
Brexit has implications for animation companies looking to hire EU nationals to work in the UK. Anna Blackden and Liz Kynaston, associate solicitors, Doyle Clayton Solicitors, give general guidance on hiring non-UK animators in the UK’s post-Brexit immigration system. They cover a number of routes by which it is possible for UK animation companies to hire EU nationals.
The session includes general advice on the following points:
- 3:42 - Brexit implications for EU staff/hires
- 5:41 - EU Settlement Scheme (EUSS)
- 8:37 - Right to work checks
- 13:34 - New points-based immigration system
- 14:35 - Sponsored visa routes
- 16:06 - Non-sponsored visa routes
- 17:13 - Employer visa sponsorship
- 21:27 - Sponsoring animation professionals
- 22:42 - Skilled Worker visas (previously Tier 2 general)
- 22:54 - Skilled Worker visa - key requirements
- 27:22 - Shortage occupation list (SOL)
- 28:43 - Skilled Worker visa - process
- 31:21 - Skilled Worker visa fees
- 34:02 - Creative and Sporting visas (T5)
- 35:47 - Temporary Worker - creative visas key requirements
- 38:55 - Creative Workers code of practice
- 42:01 - Creative Worker visa - fees
- 43:06 - Creative Worker visa process
- 44:52 - Global Talent visa
- 47:35 - Youth Mobility Scheme visa
- 49:42 - Graduate visa
- 50:53 - Youth Mobility Scheme visa
- 51:38 - Graduate visa
- 53:29 - Case study
- 1:02:11 - What to think about when hiring remotely overseas
- 1:08:50 - Q&A
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About Doyle Clayton Workplace Lawyers
Doyle Clayton is a specialist employment law firm based in London. The firm offers legal and advisory support to its clients on issues arising in the workplace. It was founded in 1997.
Contact the speakers
Anna Blackden: email@example.com
Liz Kynaston: firstname.lastname@example.org
About the event
This is a recording of an online event that took place on 3 March 2021. It was introduced by Abigail Addison, ScreenSkills animation production liaison executive, and supported by the ScreenSkills Animation Skills Fund with contributions from UK animation productions.
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