A Y & J Solicitors celebrate recognition by Chambers UK

London-based immigration specialists A Y & J Solicitors are celebrating after being recognised as one of the leading UK law practices by Chambers and Partners UK Guide 2021. Chambers – which provides in-depth analysis of law firms across the country-rated A Y & J Solicitors for its expertise in all aspects of immigration and the…

Talent crisis’ warning as immigration upheaval threaten the artS

The arts industry will face a talent crisis if it does not prepare for new immigration rules which will kick in within weeks.  There is already a skills shortage in the UK across several sectors, including ballet and contemporary dancers, choreographers, musicians, arts officers, producers and directors.  These key roles are on the government’s list…

The Legal 500

A Y & J Solicitors has been ranked as one of the top law firms in London in the prestigious Legal 500. The immigration and visa specialists have been classed as one of the top ten firms in the UK Capital in their respective category of practice. The Legal 500 is one of the world’s…

MAC Review

British firms will need to employ foreign tradesmen such as electricians, bricklayers and butchers after Brexit because of shortages. The country will also be reliant on migrant car mechanics, physiotherapists, and foreign language teachers. These occupations, along with others such as lab technicians, pharmacists and meat hygiene inspectors, are set to be included in a…

Fourth Industrial Revolution

The global pandemic has thrown working lives in the air as we grapple with the ‘new normal’ and find ourselves looking for certainty in an uncertain employment world.  One thing that is certain is that companies will become more digitally-driven than ever ahead of what the World Economic Forum has dubbed the ‘Great Reset’ of…

New figures show that the number of British firms applying for permission to employ migrants has remained static since the start of the year, despite Government attempts to prepare businesses for new immigration rules. The figures released by the Home Office suggest that thousands of employers will be caught out when Britain leaves the EU…

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