Business immigration lawyers in London and Thames Valley
Our fully qualified immigration lawyers provide advice to a variety of industry sectors, from multinational organisations sponsoring skilled workers to SME’s looking to set up roots in the UK.
Our business immigration team has a wealth of experience in the provision of immigration services to all manner of corporate clients.
We assess your needs, goals and eligibility whilst carefully listening to any concerns. Our experience in complex immigration cases ensures we can provide you with a full service to cover all your immigration needs. We are based in London and Reading and can consult with you in person or remotely.
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- 01 June 2023
What is the Immigration Skills Charge (ISC) and how much do you have to pay?
The Immigration Skills Charge (ISC) is a levy on companies who sponsor migrant workers. This levy was imposed on 6 April 2017. The Government states that the charge has been levied to contribute towards addressing the skills gap in the local economy.
- 18 May 2023
Navigating SOC Codes
When it comes to UK immigration, understanding the intricacies of the system is vital. One significant aspect of the process revolves around Standard Occupational Classification (SOC) codes. SOC codes play a crucial role in determining the eligibility for an individual to apply for a work visa, assessing skill levels, and matching individuals to appropriate job roles.
- 05 May 2023
What happens when sponsored workers are made redundant?
Join our UK immigration lawyers Monica Atwal and Rebecca Hone as they discuss the implications of redundancies on visa-holding employees and the associated sponsor reporting duties.
- 05 May 2023
What Employers need to know about Biometric Residence Permits
Biometric Residence Permits (BRPs) are biometric immigration documents that are issued to non-EEA nationals and EEA nationals, who have been granted permission to stay in the UK.
- 20 April 2023
Right to Work Checks – Updates 2023
The UK government recently updated its guidance on right to work checks. This guidance, if implemented correctly, provides a statutory excuse (legal protection) against a civil penalty if found to be unknowingly employing illegal workers in the UK.
- 30 March 2023
Changes to the UK Immigration Rules
The Home Secretary has published a Statement of Changes in the Immigration Rules, with a phased rollout of changes commencing in April 2023. These changes will impact most of the work visa categories, including the Skilled Worker and Global Business Mobility routes.
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