From an employer’s perspective there is the often pressing business requirement to bring highly skilled migrants into the workforce. Where these workers are from outside the European Economic Area (EEA) it is important that the Home Office’s requirements are fully observed, if any application is to be quickly and successfully processed.
With a “Tier 1” rating in the leading directories, our immigration team is best placed to advise in respect of all issues relating to business immigration, ranging from the securing of employer sponsorship licences and the issuing of certificates of sponsorship to dealing with Home Office audits and the carrying out of effective right to work checks.
Experienced, knowledgeable, professional and commercial, our immigration team provides a friendly, efficient and, always, “no nonsense” approach to achieving its clients’ objectives.
Clearly, Brexit is likely to mean significant changes to these processes.
The impact of the referendum on 23 June 2016 on the UK’s future domestic life remains to be determined, but one central area of concern and uncertainty is the issue of intra European migration.
The requirement for many large businesses to prepare an annual slavery and human trafficking statement is expected to come into force in October 2015.