The Home Affairs Committee’s work on migration considers the options for the UK’s post-Brexit immigration system and the balance to be struck in the future UK-EU economic relationship between market access and control over migration. Terms of reference
Written evidence is invited on, but need not be limited to or address all of, the following points:
2. Brexit Negotiations
3. Migration controls within EU single market rules
4. Migration controls in an EEA-type framework
5. Migration controls within a Free Trade Agreement
6. Labour Market controls
The deadline for submissions is Monday 2 July 2018. Written evidence should be submitted online via the dedicated evidence portal.
Your submission needs to be in Word format and please try to avoid using colour type or logos.
Submissions should not exceed 3,000 words – and short submissions are welcome.
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