So, one of the key issues that got people to vote for a Brexit is immigration and gaining "better control of Britain's borders" - this is Vote Leave's tagline.
Vote Leave said leaving the EU means that Britain will not have to partake in the Freedom of Movement act.
Freedom of Movement Act rules only apply to EU citizens - not asylum seekers, expats or economic migrants. However, of the 3.2 million non-UK nationals working in Britain in the third quarter last year, just under 2 million were EU nationals.
Ben Stepney, Senior Associate in our employment team sent Business Insider a statement about what people should prepare for immediately.
To read the article in full click on the following link: What a Brexit vote means for immigration
This article was first published in Business Insider in June 2016.