Tag: right to work checks

  • Right to Work Checks

    Right to Work Checks

    UK Visas and Immigration (UKVI), and the overarching body, the Home Office, require employers in the United Kingdom to make Right to Work (RtW) checks. What is the Right to Work legal framework? Sections 15 to 25 of the Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Act 2006, section 24B of the Immigration…

  • Is the Expiry Date on the BRP Correct?

    Is the Expiry Date on the BRP Correct?

    The Biometric Residence Permit (BRP) contains details of an overseas national’s immigration status in the UK. Yet, many individuals have been in touch to ask whether the expiry date on the BRP is correct?

  • Immigration Compliance Audit for HR and businesses: 3 ways an audit can help your business

    Immigration Compliance Audit for HR and businesses: 3 ways an audit can help your business

    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.

  • 3 Simple Steps to Confident Right to Work Checks

    3 Simple Steps to Confident Right to Work Checks

    Right to Work checks can cause HR professionals and businesses no end of stress. Get it wrong and the Home Office can impose heavy (and sometimes crippling) fines or civil penalties of £20,000 per unlawfully employed person. A sponsor licence can be suspended and then there is the reputational damage…