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Sponsor Licence Applications

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A Sponsor Licence application presents many complex rules and requirements - we take those complexities off your hands by navigating the Sponsor Licence Guidance for you.

Sponsor Licence application

The Skilled Worker route enables UK employers to recruit workers to fill a particular vacancy in the UK. A Sponsor Licence application will firstly be necessary for a UK based company to sponsor a worker under the Skilled Worker scheme. The application requires review and compliance with Sponsor Licence Guidance.

Since the UK left the EU many businesses are finding it necessary to obtain a Sponsor Licence to sponsor Skilled workers from outside of the UK including European Nationals wishing to work in the UK. Engaging with the UK Immigration system may seem like a daunting task for businesses across the UK. Using the Global Reach Portal, employers rely on Magrath Sheldrick to work through a complex minefield of regulations, reducing compliance risk and maintaining a satisfied workforce.

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Is it legal to use coronavirus passports in the UK?

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Immigration Advice based upon the MAC Report

Migration Advisory Committee: Call for Evidence

The Migration Advisory Committee (MAC) is a body of independent expert economists retained by Government to advise on immigration policy reform in the context of prevailing labour market and UK business needs. The MAC undertakes extensive labour market and stakeholder research before publishing recommendations for change following commissions from the Home Office. A MAC review…

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