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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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- 02 December 2021
The costs of employing a sponsored worker
UK businesses who hold a worker sponsor licence to employ non-settled workers must be aware of the multiple Home Office fees associated with doing so. These fees vary depending on the size of the sponsor’s organisation, the length of sponsorship, the nationality of the sponsored worker, the type of work visa, and many other factors.
- 23 November 2021
How to recruit top tech talent during a skills shortage
Technology has placed a major role in ensuring the survival of businesses across the country over the past 18 months. Companies with strong IT capabilities will have been better placed to weather the changes brought on by the pandemic to the way we work, and our reliance on technology is only set to increase.
- 19 November 2021
Hospitality shortage: Sponsorship Licence to recruit overseas Skilled Workers
UK businesses are currently trading in a time with the highest rate of staff shortages last seen in the late 1990’s. The CBI has predicted that staff shortages could continue for another two years.
- 10 November 2021
Civil penalties for employing illegal workers
UK employers are required by law to conduct right to work document checks on all employees prior to the start date of their employment, to ensure that all employees are legally permitted to live and work in the UK.
- 28 October 2021
Updates to the UK family visa
The Covid-19 pandemic has inevitably caused the postponing or cancellation of many weddings both in the UK and all over the world. Families are slowly being reunited following the global roll-out of the Covid-19 vaccine and subsequent lifting of travel restrictions.
- 22 October 2021
An employer’s guide to sponsoring overseas nurses and care workers
Skills for Care, the employer-led strategic body for workforce development in social care for adults in England, has recently published a report highlighting the increasing number of vacancies in the adult social care sector.
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