Businesses in the UK have a responsibility to ensure that their employees comply with immigration law. Our solicitors can provide expert advice on all aspects of business immigration law, from visa applications to sponsorship and compliance. We have a wealth of experience helping businesses of all sizes navigate the UK's complex immigration system, and we can help you ensure that your business is compliant with the latest regulations.
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If you run a business in the UK, it's important to be aware of the immigration law that applies to your employees. This includes both EU and non-EU citizens
The UK has strict laws on immigration, which are designed to protect businesses and ensure that only those with the right to work in the UK can do so.
There are two main types of visa that business owners need to be aware of: Tier 2 and Tier 5.
Tier 2 visas are for skilled workers who have been offered a job in the UK. To apply for a Tier 2 visa, you must first obtain a certificate of sponsorship from your employer.
Tier 5 visas are for temporary workers, including interns, au pairs, and religious workers. To apply for a Tier 5 visa, you must first obtain a certificate of sponsorship from your employer.
The UK government has also introduced a number of changes to business immigration law in recent years, including introducing a minimum salary requirement for certain visa categories and increasing the fees for sponsors.
If you're planning to start or run a business in the UK, it's essential to seek professional advice on the latest immigration law. This will help ensure that your business is compliant with the latest rules and regulations.