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Global Reach

A State-of-the-Art Immigration Compliance Solution

"An excellent level of service" - Legal 500

Global Mobility

Magrath Sheldrick Global Reach is a complete Immigration Compliance Solution.

It provides active mobility case management together with a compliance toolkit which ensures that our clients are immigration compliance and audit ready.

With governments around the world increasing their unannounced audits and creating hostile environments for sponsors of foreign nationals, core compliance is a fundamental requirement for companies to maintain their ability to sponsor key skilled workers from the international talent pool.

Global Reach enables Global Mobility professionals to track applications currently in progress around the globe and it displays the information on a user friendly HR Dashboard.

Key Features 

  • Secure two factor authentication to ensure that data is protected;
  • All uploaded data encrypted during storage and transmission;
  • HR Dashboard to enable users to easily navigate through the system, whilst providing data at a glance for active matters from around the world including budgets, together with any important alerts for active matters;
  • Online initiation portal provides complete automation of the entire process. Status is automatically updated during key stages so HR users can see at a glance the progress of each case;
  • Additional functionality for HR Managers to assist with the overall supervising of each case;
  • Application status tracking and history to enable updates on matters to be obtained at any time;
  • Visa expiry tracking system, with automated alerts;
  • Automated internal alerts to ensure each case is completed within the shortest time frame to a successful conclusion;
  • Compliance centre with all documents for audit purposes and checklists to ensure all relevant data is stored in anticipation of a government audit. Dual checking for file closure and supervision. A file cannot be closed until it has been authorised by a supervisor and all relevant dates and documents have been uploaded onto the system;
  • Fully GDPR compliant with automated rules to ensure private data is only visible to the correct parties;
  • Standard reports  can  be  run  from  within  the  system to assist with the management of budgets and global migrant population.  Fully customisable reports on request from any data held within the system
  • Legal right to work check reminders for holders of work authorisation;
  • Sophisticated AI software which reads and inputs data from documents to ensure integrity of data held within the system.

We will be delighted to tell you more about Global Reach. Contact your Magrath Sheldrick representative for further guidance or get in touch through this website.

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