According to a recent statement made by Brandon Lewis, the UK immigration minister, a new governmental document detailing specific changes to immigration laws after Brexit, is set to be published before the end of the year.
"We will be publishing a white paper later this autumn", Lewis declared at a Conservative Fringe Conference on Monday, before going on to add that "there will be a further immigration bill [to be published] in the new year", which will set out the "framework" for which the new laws posed ought to be implemented.
During this speech, the immigration minister also confirmed previous suggestions that free movement for EU migrants will be ending with Brexit; stating that this law will be changed in March 2019 - on the day Britain Officially leaves the EU.
As the stands, no further specifics were given during the speech as to any other official changes to migration policies. However, the prospect of a date being set for these policies to be revealed to the public means that we are now one step closer to understanding the full effects that Brexit will have upon Britain's immigration laws.
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