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Whether it is at the recruitment stage or with your ongoing personnel management processes, it is vital that your UK business’ HR methods comply with current UK immigration regulations.
This includes obtaining an official Sponsorship Licence, registering all non-EEA or Swiss employees with the Home Office and ensuring that the correct licensing documentation is fully completed and updated to the proper standard.
Failure to comply with these regulations can result in large fines, the loss of workers and, potentially, imprisonment. For this reason, we recommend every company invest in HR immigration training.
At IAS, we can ensure that your business is following the correct protocol and avoiding these penalties by offering you quality immigration courses.
Call us on 0333 363 8577 or make an enquiry online for more information.
As a UK employer, it is your responsibility to ensure that any migrant workers from outside of the EEA or Switzerland are operating with a valid UK visa.
You must also have a Sponsorship Licence in order to employ any foreign nationals who are subject to immigration control in the UK.
As a Sponsor Licence holder, you are required to keep up-date documents about all of your migrant employees which must be updated on a regular basis.
If you do not comply to the responsibilities required of you by the Home Office there are a number of penalties which you or your business could incur.
Our team of expert immigration lawyers can offer you high-quality, confidential legal and business guidance to ensure that you will not incur any unwanted penalties from the Home Office.
We have a well-established reputation for Business consultation and, as part of our Immigration Consultation and Audit services, can work closely with you and your business. Our expert immigration specialists will design a consultation package which is uniquely tailored to you, ensuring that every element of your HR processes are in compliance with Immigration regulations and help you avoid any serious penalties or consequences.
By far the best decision I made concerning my immigration. I highly recommend anyone needing help to contact IAS
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