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If you are looking to renew your Sponsorship Licence you will be able to do this within three months of its expiry. In some cases, you will be able to do this within an even larger time period, if the Home Office offers you the opportunity to do so.
You can submit a Sponsor Licence renewal application with the Sponsor Management System (SMS). Prior to this, you should maintain the information of your sponsored employee through the SMS. This will help to ensure your Sponsor Licence renewal is approved.
There are no limits to the number of attempts you can make when applying for a Sponsor Licence renewal. However, each application will incur fresh costs and once your current sponsorship has expired you will no longer be able to reapply. This is also a good opportunity for you to consider upgrading the type of licence you have as this will allow you to provide for more employees. Get in touch today to discuss your options.
If your Sponsor Licence is going to expire, you will be eligible to renew it as long as you:
A Sponsor Management System is used when you already have a Sponsorship Licence and want to manage or renew it.
This system allows you to report any changes in your circumstances. This can be used for both Tier 2 and Tier 5 Visa holders.
IAS offers high-quality Immigration Consultancy and Immigration Audit packages in which one of our expert immigration lawyers will work with you to ensure that everything is in order for your Sponsor Licence renewal. With these services, we will:
It is possible that you will need additional documentation when applying to renew a Sponsor Licence and without your Compliance Audit in place, you could be refused. Our service will minimise the chances of this happening.
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