Work in the UK: The new immigration system

With the end of free movement with the European Union on 31 December 2020, the UK introduced a new points-based system that treats non-EU citizens and EU citizens equally.

This opens new opportunities for skilled workers from outside the UK and companies willing to hire them.

Find out more about the new immigration rules for employers recruiting ovearseas employees and the new opportunities for foreign workers, including:

  • What companies need to know before hiring eligible employees from overseas.
  • Skilled worker visa routes
  • Sole representative visa
  • New skills required for jobseekers in a post-covid business world.
  • The right steps for moving an overseas company to the UK: a case study from Brazilian company Tramontina.


Opening remarks: Colin Johnson - Vice-Chair of the Brazilian Chamber of Commerce

The New UK Immigration System - Vitoria Nabas – Partner - International Desk and Immigration team at Gunnercooke

New Skills for the Post-Covid Job Market - Magui Lins de Castro – Senior Client Partner at Korn Ferry

Case Study - Alexandre Frubel – Managing Director at Tramontina UK

Q & A 

Closing Remarks


 Vitoria Nabas: With over 27 years of experience working in law firms and financial institutions in Brazil, New York  and London, Vitoria's work covers immigration for both individuals and international businesses in several jurisdictions. She is qualified in Brazil, Portugal and England & Wales.


 Magui Castro: As a member of Korn Ferry’s FMCG/Consumer Products Team, Ms. Castro brings with her over a  decade of executive search experience, with specialization in C-Level executives across the Consumer practice, in different geographies. 




This event is free for members of the Brazilian Chamber. If you are not a member of the Chamber and would like to make a donation to support the work we do, we suggest a discretionary donation of £20.00 for attending this event. You can also become a member today.


April 26th, 2021 6:00 PM through  7:00 PM
United Kingdom
Event Fee(s)
Brazilian Chamber Member £ 0.00
Non-member discretionary donation £ 20.00

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