A company will require a sponsor licence if they wish to employ workers from outside of the UK. We answer your frequently asked questions in this Sponsor Licence Application FAQ blog post and highlight some of the pitfalls to avoided.Continue reading “Sponsor Licence Application FAQ”
Joshua’s Tier 1 Entrepreneur visa extension application was due to be submitted matter of weeks. He had set up a business and invested funds in the UK and was keen to continue to make the UK his home. Joshua was keen to get assistance from a new immigration adviser so as to ensure that the application progressed as smoothly as possible. Below, we set out how immigration requirements and steps taken to prepare the application and secure Joshua’s visa.Continue reading “Tier 1 Entrepreneur Extensions”
Thomas Chase Immigration has been named UK Visa Consulting Firm of the Year in England – 2019 by Global Advisory Experts.Continue reading “Immigration award winner”
This guide sets out the Tier 2 ICT salary requirements and considerations so that you can avoid an adverse visa decision and gain the points needed to secure the Tier 2 ICT visa.Continue reading “Tier 2 ICT Salary Requirements”
The UK Government is increasing the immigration Health Surcharge to be paid by overseas nationals looking to enter and stay in the United Kingdom (UK). In our Immigration Health Surcharge FAQ blog, we outline the nature of the changes and the reasons given for the increase and answer other frequently asked questions,Continue reading “Immigration Health Surcharge FAQ”
Landlords form part of the Government’s plans for maintaining effective immigration controls. As a result, landlords, or their agents, must carry out immigration right to rent checks to ensure that a tenant or lodger can legally rent the residential property in England.
Here, we provide guidance to landlords on the right to rent checks to be carried out, and the follow-up checks required, in order to stay compliant with immigration laws.
The UK government looks set to trigger article 50, the formal notification of its intention to leave the European Union (EU). Once triggered, the leaders of the 27 countries within the EU, must unanimously agree how to extricate the UK from the myriad of shared EU regulations by way of transitional and new arrangements.
Two years after article 50 is triggered, the United Kingdom (UK), according to the Lisbon Treaty, will no longer be a part of the EU. What are the implications of Brexit to UK trade, sovereignty and immigration? And how are they linked?
The government recently announced changes to the Immigration Rules for immigration applications made on or after 24 November. Here, we take an in depth look at one of the announced changes – the 28-day grace period.
At the Conservative Party Conference in Birmingham on Sunday, Prime Minister Theresa May laid out her position on Brexit. Article 50, the formal mechanism for beginning exit negotiations from the European Union (EU), would be invoked by the end of March 2017.
For employers and HR professionals sponsoring Tier 2 highly skilled workers from overseas, immigration compliance is crucial.
Immigration compliance does not stop with the initial identity checks made when a candidate starts their employment with a company. Rather, it is a continuing duty.