Immigration compliance training to improve the knowledge of internal teams and key human resource staff is a crucial element in meeting your sponsor licence duties and avoiding Home Office scrutiny.
Immigration compliance training
We understand the complexities that are associated with recruiting non-EU workers and international students. To help you we provide comprehensive in-house immigration compliance training.
Our immigration training covers all areas of UK immigration law and we also tailor our training to specific organisational and immigration requirements. Popular training courses include:
- Understanding immigration law
- Maintaining accurate records
- Monitoring migrants under the Points Based System
- How to meet your sponsor duties
- The categories of permission
The aim of our immigration training is to provide practical illustrations of the law, ensuring that your operational practices are consistently compliant with regulations.
How we can help
As a team of immigration lawyers and former Home Office employees, we have an established reputation for conducting immigration audits and advising employers on compliance with their duties.
We regularly deliver training to employers ranging from multinationals, UK-based business through to SMEs, to improve internal compliance knowledge and capability.
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How does the Home Office monitor immigration compliance?
The Home Office uses a number of sources and techniques to keep tabs on employers’ compliance with immigration duties. Understanding these can help employers approach effective immigration compliance.
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We can also help with:
SPONSOR LICENCE RENEWALS
After 4 years, you will be required to apply to renew your sponsor licence, when your HR systems and processes will be scrutinised by the Home Office.
Legal advice across all aspects of business immigration in support of efficient and competitive global mobility programmes.
HOME OFFICE INSPECTIONS
You should expect to receive a Home Office visit as part of a sponsor licence renewal. They can be daunting, making early preparation essential.
Immigration audit helps as part of your sponsor licence application or renewal preparation to you meet the duties of a sponsor licence holder.
Sponsor licence holders must comply with Home Office requirements through effective HR systems and processes.
SPONSOR LICENCE APPLICATIONS
For your organisation to hire skilled migrant workers, you must first apply to the Home Office for a sponsor licence.