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UK Sponsor Licence: Immigration Advice for UK Businesses

The UK Government strictly regulates the immigration of migrant workers to the UK. As a part of its immigration system, it requires companies to have a sponsor licence before they can sponsor non-UK employees.

In this podcast Rebecca Hone and Monica Mastropasqua members of the immigration team at Clarkslegal discuss how to apply for a sponsor licence so you can sponsor foreign workers to come and work in the UK. While touching on some of the post-Brexit implications on the UK’s immigration system.

Rebecca Hone

Senior Associate

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Monica Mastropasqua

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