Have you had your Sponsor Licence revoked?

If you have had you Sponsor Licence revoked, our lawyers can help you with our Appeal Package

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A Sponsorship Licence revocation is an issue by the Home Office to say that your business cannot continue hiring foreign workers. You will also lose the right to employ all current migrant workers once you receive the revocation.

If you are a Sponsorship Licence holder and you do not uphold your duties as outlined by the Home Office, you may be at risk of a Sponsor Licence revocation. This can result in heavy fines and a loss of reputation for your business.

How can IAS help?

Our expert immigration lawyers can help if you have had your Sponsor Licence revoked. We have a range of business immigration services to review your company’s operations and bring them up to Home Office standards. Make an enquiry online or call us on 0333 363 8577 for a consultation with an experienced immigration consultant.

Please see our FAQs below for more information.

FAQs

What are my next steps now that my Tier 2 Licence was revoked?

If you have had your Tier 2 Licence revoked, next steps would include:

  • Seeking legal advice;
  • Responding to the Home Office within 20 days;
  • Resolving the issues the Home Office identified in your letter;
  • Gathering your supporting evidence if you are eligible for an appeal.
  • Responding to the Home Office within 20 days.

Since the time limit for appeal is so short, it is advised that you seek expert advice immediately.

Why was my Tier 2 Licence revoked?

As an employer of foreign workers, you must follow the strict guidelines imposed by the Home Office. If you have:

  • not kept accurate records of your employees;
  • incorrectly undertaken the Resident Labour Market Test;
  • failed to inform the Home Office of major changes in your business; or
  • there is a discrepancy with your CoS

these could all be grounds for revocation.

Identifying the issue will help you start the process of resolving it. The Home Office will include the reasons for your Sponsor Licence revocation in their letter. You should consult with management and personnel involved to address the issue and prevent it from happening again.

What are the effects of having a Sponsorship Licence revoked?

A Sponsor Licence revocation can have a huge effect on your business’ standing and reputation. You will lose all current migrant workers and may lose the chance to employ more in the future.

It could also result in heavy fines and a civil penalty.

Your Tier 2 employees will also need to find a new employer to sponsor their visa. This will need to be done within 60 days or they may face being asked to leave the country.

If you continue to employ workers after a Sponsorship Licence revocation, you will be employing them illegally and could face further punishment.

What services does IAS offer?

Our expert immigration lawyers can help if you have had your Sponsor Licence revoked. We have a range of business immigration services to review your company’s operations and bring them up to Home Office standards.

Our services include:

  • Immigration Consultancy. We will tailor a consultation package for you to follow to ensure your business’ methods are working correctly.
  • Immigration Audit. We will review your HR functions and advise you on how to use the SMS correctly.
  • Sponsor Licence revocation appeal. We will provide legal representation for any appeal you make against the Home Office’s decision.

Contact us now by using our online contact form or calling 0333 363 8577 to arrange a consultation with an experienced business immigration lawyer.

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