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Compliance and Audit Services

The Home Office is focused on the "Compliant Environment"- our role is to ensure that sponsors are secure

Navigating complex Sponsor Licence guidance can be difficult with the Government producing a complex series of duties and obligations enforced by a draconian set of sanctions.

Right to work checks and dismissals

We help employers maintain their integrity with the Home Office, keeping their data secure and ensuring continuing status as an A-Rated sponsor of skilled workers and foreign students.

Compliance and Auditing Services

Over the last few years the Home Office has increasingly devolved aspects of immigration control to the beneficiaries of the sponsorship schemes. For Tier 2 sponsors of skilled workers and Tier 4 sponsors of overseas students the Government has produced a complex series of duties and obligations enforced by a draconian set of sanctions.

Issues include:

• Prevention of Illegal Working Regulations
• Skilled Worker Record Keeping
• Student Record Keeping
• Monitoring and Reporting Obligations
• Understanding Immigration Documentation
• Preparing for Home Office Compliance Visits
• Responding to Licence Revocations
• Mock Audits
• Training on Sponsorship Management

News

Spotlight on APAC Series: Indonesia

In our Spotlight on APAC series we round up the latest developments from across the Asia Pacific region.  In this post we focus on the changes to Indonesia’s regulatory framework for immigration with the goal of attracting increased investment and high skilled individuals to the region.   The changes have been introduced by Indonesia’s Minister…

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Reminder of DSAR Guidance for Employers provided by ICO

Last year the ICO published a Q&A formatted guidance to support businesses and employers in responding to DSARs. It hopefully clarified common issues and includes case examples to assist employers when considering how best to respond to the DSARs they receive. Employers are advised to consider the guidance alongside the right of access guidance.    It…

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