Applying for a sponsorship licence?

Preparation is critical

Download our white paper to gain insight into this complex Home Office process and the key decision criteria your application will be assessed against.

Hiring non-EEA national workers enables companies to remain operational and competitive in a challenging market.  

But UK immigration rules place considerable administrative burdens on employers who want to benefit from access to the overseas talent market, starting with the initial application for a licence to sponsor migrant workers. 

Whatever the business driver behind your international recruitment activity, employers have to be fully engaged with the regulations and the duties that sponsor licence holders have to meet on an ongoing basis.

Download our guide and discover:

  • Understand the application criteria your company and the role will need to satisfy 
  • Calculate how much it will cost to apply for and manage your licence 
  • Which documentation will you need to collate and submit?
  • Know the application process – procedural errors can result in refusals
  • Have your HR systems and documents in order and ready for Home Office scrutiny 

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About DavidsonMorris

As employer solutions lawyers, DavidsonMorris offers a complete and cost-effective capability to meet employers’ needs across UK immigration and employment law, HR and global mobility.

Led by Anne Morris, one of the UK’s preeminent immigration lawyers, and with rankings in The Legal 500 and Chambers & Partners, we’re a multi-disciplinary team helping organisations to meet their people objectives, while reducing legal risk and nurturing workforce relations.

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