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James Cleverly’s 5-point plan for immigration: what does it mean for businesses and employees?

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Posted by Matthew Davies on 05 December 2023

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Matthew Davies

Partner - Head of Business Immigration

Matthew is an expert in business immigration law, advising employers, business people and investors. Chambers UK quotes peers as saying he “has a tremendous knowledge of new developments, and is able to figure out complex situations”.

Matthew Davies

Matthew is an expert in business immigration law, advising employers, business people and investors. Chambers UK quotes peers as saying he “has a tremendous knowledge of new developments, and is able to figure out complex situations”.

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