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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

"Very good response times, excellent acumen and knowledge, and realistic advice" - Legal 500

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.

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
• Tier 2 Record Keeping
• Tier 4 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

EU Settlement Scheme

Today marked the start of the public test phase of the EU Settlement Scheme. The EU Settlement Scheme provides a basis, in line with the draft Withdrawal Agreement published on 14 November 2018, for EU citizens resident in the UK, and their family members, to apply for an UK immigration status. This will be required…

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British Citizens in Europe

British Citizens and EU Member State Immigration Policy Preparing for a “no-deal” Brexit On Tuesday 15 January 2019 Members of Parliament (MPs) rejected the Withdrawal Agreement negotiated between the British government and the European Union. British nationals and their family members who are currently working and living in EU member states face immigration uncertainty if the UK leaves…

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Brexit – The Meaningful Vote

Following extensive debate in the House, and more widely across the country as a whole, it appears likely that the Government’s deal will be rejected by MPs. What happens next? If the House approves the Withdrawal Agreement, a transitional period will commence at 11pm on 29th March 2019 that is set to last until 31st…

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