Withdrawal Agreement Recognition Of Professional Qualifications

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The recognition of such a qualification is no longer covered by the recognition regime of Directive 2005/36/EC (for both EU citizens and UNITED Kingdom nationals), but in accordance with Article 2(2) of Directive 2005/36/EC, recognition is governed by the national policies and rules of each EU-27 Member State. During the transition period, the future relationship between the EU and the UK will be negotiated. After the end of the transition period, the EU Directive on the recognition of professional qualifications will in principle no longer apply. Unless otherwise agreed, national regulations on professional qualifications of third countries shall apply to the recognition of British professional qualifications in Germany. The British government published on the 14th. In November 2018, the long-awaited draft Withdrawal Agreement (“Agreement”) between the UK and the EU, as well as a political declaration on the future relationship with the EU after Brexit, updated at the time of writing and leaked to the press (“Statement”). Although the political uncertainty that followed the publication of the draft agreement continues unabated, we have set out below an initial assessment of the impact of the draft agreement and the declaration on the professional services sector. • Directive 98/5/EC for lawyers seeking to take up the profession in the State of residence or employment (note that the Withdrawal Agreement applies to Articles 10(1) and 10(3) of this Directive, but not to Article 10(2) (recognition of diplomas)). The recognition of professional qualifications must be carried out in accordance with one of the following provisions: • The proposed transitional period until 31 December 2020 will provide for an essential grace period during which professional companies will have to restructure their activities in the EU if necessary; However, if the UK leaves the EU without agreeing on withdrawal agreements or transition periods, the professional services sector (as well as most other UK businesses) will face a “cliff situation” where the current EU legal framework that allows them to provide services and/or set up and practice in other EU member states will disappear on 29 March 2019. .