"Views differ on the implications for such programmes of the UK’s vote to leave the EU. Nuri Katz, president of Apex Capital Partners, a citizenship consultancy, predicts the result will have a “huge impact” on European programmes that have been marketed as a cheaper, faster back door into the UK. But Christian Kälin of Henley & Partners, a Jersey-based consultancy, believes Brexit will have 'little if any effect on our business.' He thinks British citizens will continue to have access to the EU in a relationship similar to that of the Norwegians and Swiss."
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