DavidsonMorris – Immigration blog 2017-01-07T17:59:56+00:00

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509, 2017

Sponsor Licence Suspended?

By | September 5th, 2017|Categories: Business immigration, Certificate of sponsorship, Healthcare, Sponsor licence, Tier 2, UK Visa, Uncategorised|Comments Off on Sponsor Licence Suspended?

Tier 2 Sponsor Licence Suspended? Consider your next steps carefully.  Sponsor licence holders are subject to continued Home Office scrutiny. From the initial demands of the sponsor licence application process, to the ongoing duties as [...]

1408, 2017

Global Mobility for Competitive Advantage

By | August 14th, 2017|Categories: Business, Business immigration, Global Mobility, Uncategorised|Comments Off on Global Mobility for Competitive Advantage

How organisations can build competitive advantage through global mobility The cost of moving personnel across borders continues to cause concern for employers with global footprints. Compliance risks abound, and global immigration rules are continually being constricted [...]

3007, 2017

Global Mobility Senior Buy-In

By | July 30th, 2017|Categories: Business, Business immigration, Global Mobility|Comments Off on Global Mobility Senior Buy-In

Gaining global mobility senior buy-in: Driving change for impact and improvement Global mobility is undergoing substantial change. On an organisational level, mobility functions are striving to move beyond the administrative remit of a visa processing [...]

2106, 2017

The Immigration Bill & EEA Nationals in the UK

By | June 21st, 2017|Categories: Brexit, British citizenship, British citizenship application, EU workers, Permanent Residence|Comments Off on The Immigration Bill & EEA Nationals in the UK

This article was posted on 21 June 2017, before the Government announced details of its settled status proposal on 26 June 2017. Proposed Immigration Bill has considerable implications for EEA nationals in the UK Brexit [...]

1605, 2017

Why you might not have to pay a fine for illegal workers

By | May 16th, 2017|Categories: Business immigration, civil penalty|Comments Off on Why you might not have to pay a fine for illegal workers

The Home Office is continuing in its highly stringent approach to illegal employment enforcement. For employers, failure to meet your UK immigration compliance duties can result in a fine for illegal workers. Immigration breaches are more [...]