Helping ensure you stay compliant with UK immigration laws and providing practical support packages At a glance
- Making sure you comply with immigration laws when you employ non-EU workers can be complicated and time consuming.
- It is essential to have up to date knowledge of the laws and the systems required to maintain compliance.
- We can provide tailored support to save you time and act compliantly before, during and after the application process.
For HR professionals and business owners, keeping up with how the UK’s constantly changing immigration laws affect your current and potential non-EU workers is demanding and time-consuming.
Whether you are recruiting a few key people from abroad or have major plans that involve moving large numbers of staff to the UK, it helps to have practical, up to date advice, on areas such as TUPE (Transfer of Undertakings, Protection of Employment regulations), sponsor licensing and avoiding illegal working.
This up to date knowledge is vital. If you are unaware of the latest rules, you could inadvertently fail to comply, with the potential for substantial fines and possibly losing your sponsor licence. Constantly ensuring compliance can be onerous, especially when you are already busy running your business.
As immigration law experts, we always keep abreast of changes in regulations so you can have complete confidence in our advice. Our support will help you meet your responsibilities, stay compliant as a licensed sponsor, and avoid civil penalties.
We provide comprehensive and practical immigration support packages to HR teams and business owners, across all industry sectors. We will work closely with you to understand your current and future needs, and tailor our advice accordingly. This includes drafting all your supporting documents accurately and correctly, helping you avoid application delays and ensuring your new employees can start working in the UK as quickly as possible.
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