COMPLIANCE SERIES: IMMIGRATION COMPLIANCE - UKVI Sponsorship of skilled workers - Right to Work checks - NAVIGATE THE MAZE!
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
This training is essential for anyone who employs staff, be they CEOs, company directors, HR managers, operations managers, partnerships or sole traders
In December 2022, Rishi Sunak announced plans to tackle illegal workingRamping up UKVI immigration enforcement and undertaking more vigorous Home Office sponsor audit activity is very likely in the months ahead..
Are you ready?
For any employer hiring staff or any employer who wishes to hire skilled workers from overseas, this training is crucial
If you already have, or you hope to secure a sponsor licence to recruit workers from overseas, this session is a must
The Prime Minister intends to increase staff resources to "free up immigration officers to go back to enforcement which, will in turn, allow us to increase raids on illegal working by 50%."
It is essential for businesses of all sizes across the UK to perform the Right to Work checks correctlyFailure to conduct these could lead to crippling civil penalties of up to £20,000 for each worker that does not have the right to work in the UKRight to Work checks are essential for all employers in the country whether or not you intend to hire overseas workers
The Home Secretary has instructed her compliance officers to step-up their in-person sponsor audit visitsSponsor licence audits could be conducted at any time, prior to granting a sponsorship licence or at any time when you are a licensed sponsorThe UKVI audits could be unannounced
WHAT YOU WILL GAIN:
By attending, you will gain valuable knowledge to enable you to put in place important HR systems to protect you as the employer/sponsor
You will gain insights on key sponsor duties and obligations to ensure that you will be able to handle a UKVI sponsor audit and to ensure that you are performing the Right to Work - RTW - checks correctly
This Oxford based Immigration lawyer will provide practical tips, guidance and some useful takeaway templates for the employer
ABOUT THE SPEAKER:
Nilmini Roelens, Roelens Solicitors, Magdalen Centre, Oxford Science Park, OXFORD OX4 4GA
This on-line event is presented by an Immigration lawyer with three decades of experience in her specialist fieldNilmini has a particular interest in Business Immigration and has successfully assisted numerous companies with their sponsorship of migrant workersShe has also helped employers resist UKVI enforcement action
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