In dem Dokument des Innenministeriums wird vorgeschlagen, für alle EU-Bürger, die in das Vereinigte Königreich einreisen, zeitlich befristete Aufenthaltserlaubnisse einzuführen. Britannien will die innerhalb der EU herrschende Arbeitnehmerfreizügigkeit unmittelbar nach dem Brexit aufheben und Beschränkungen einführen, um den Zuzug von Arbeitsmigranten aus der EU zu reduzieren - mit Ausnahme von hochqualifizierten Arbeitskräften.
The leaked Home Office document on Britain’s post-Brexit immigration policy spells out for the first time how ending the jurisdiction of the European court of justice will weaken family reunion rights for EU nationals in Britain. The right – under which EU nationals can bring family members, including spouses, to live with them in the UK – is already a flashpoint in the Brexit talks on citizens’ rights.
The document says the transformation of the UK’s immigration policy will take place in three stages: the initial phase, prior to Brexit, will involve the introduction of an immigration bill; it will be followed by an implementation period of “at least two years”; and a final phase, when tough new rules will be put in place. The language in the document points to the development of a much more UK-focused immigration policy.
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