It has been more than half a year since the United Kingdom left the European Union. Brexit, as it is commonly called, left in its wake many conflicting opinions. Most European nations are either sad or displeased about Brexit. In a poll, 49% of respondents from the UK were unhappy about Brexit. Sweden, Belgium, Spain and Poland also seemed sad about UK’s exit from the EU, while France appeared not to care. Looking beyond Europe, there appear to be more countries that aren’t too concerned about this as they see potential gains from Brexit. India is one among these countries, as UK PM, Theresa May’s visit to India set the way for a better relationship between the two countries as they discussed a mutually beneficial free trade agreement. While most countries have had strong opinions about Brexit before and after the event happened, it is the immigrants who are most affected by it.