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  • 13 Jun 2022

How the remote delivery of immigration advice evolved during Covid

This briefing summarises the remote working methods being used by immigration advice providers during the Covid pandemic, and presents the benefits and challenges resulting from an increasingly digitised approach to client-facing work. The research provides practical solutions for people working in the immigration advice sector and reflects on the implications of digital transformation and remote delivery for advice infrastructure and policy.

The author, Ceri Hutton, will provide an overview of the findings and recommendations in a webinar on Thursday 30 June at 11am; register here.

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