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Mar
03
2017

Construction employers urged to check CSCS cards for signs of forgery
#Construction #Construction #Employment #UK Immigration #Outsourcing & Supply Chain

Lawyers providing specialist legal advice to the construction industry - Right To work Checks and CSCS cards...

Feb
24
2017

Tier 2 Immigration Skills Charge to be introduced on 6 April 2017
#Immigration

Clarkslegal, specialist Employment lawyers in London, Reading and throughout the Thames Valley. ...

Feb
22
2017

Supreme Court decides minimum income immigration rule is lawful
#Immigration

Clarkslegal, specialist Dispute Resolution lawyers in London, Reading and throughout the Thames Valley...

Feb
10
2017

Free immigration advice for employees?
#Immigration

It’s being reported that Starbucks in the US is offering employees and their families free immigration advice from Ernst & Young following President Trump’s controversial ‘travel ban’. A spokesperson for the coffee chain told the website Buzzfeed that the service is helping staff “navigate through this confusing period”....

Feb
02
2017

Brexit White Paper – what the Government says about immigration
#Immigration #Employment

Government's Brexit white paper lays out 12 principles...

Jan
31
2017

Can directors be disqualified for employing illegal workers?
#Immigration #Employment #Outsourcing & Supply Chain #Directors' Duties

The Immigration, Asylum & Nationality Act 2006 (“IANA 2006”), makes employers responsible for preventing illegal working in the UK. Section 35 of the Immigration Act 2016 allows the Home Office to commence criminal proceedings against employers who know or have reasonable cause to believe that they are employing someone illegally....

Jan
27
2017

Overseas Domestic Worker visa – a route which tolerates abuse and slavery?
#Immigration #Employment #Private Client

Migrant domestic workers are vulnerable to trafficking, exploitation, and abuse. ...

Jan
17
2017

What Employers need to know about Biometric Residence Permits
#Immigration #Employment

Valuable advice for employers on Biometric Residence Rermits and why you and HR must be familiar with these documents....

Jan
11
2017

Agency Workers and Right to Work Checks
#Immigration

The Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Act 2006 places all UK employers under a statutory duty to prevent illegal working in the UK. ...

Jan
05
2017

New Year UK Business Immigration Update
#Immigration

New year – new rules. The UK’s immigration rules constantly change and our immigration team continues to work closely with their business clients to ensure they continue to comply with the UK’s immigration rules....

Dec
02
2016

Tech City reports a surge in applications for Exceptional Talent endorsements
#Immigration #Entrepreneurs & Start-Ups

Tech City reported a huge increase in applications for visas that allow non-EEA tech workers to work in “exceptionally talented” roles in the UK. ...

Nov
23
2016

Paris Saint Germain’s Serge Aurier Denied UK Visa
#Immigration #Employment

The Guardian 22 Nov 2016 reported that Paris Saint Germain defender, Serge Aurier, has been refused permission by the Home Office to travel to England for today’s Champions League match against Arsenal....

Nov
17
2016

Acceptable investments for Entrepreneur visa applicants
#Immigration #UK Immigration #Entrepreneurs & Start-Ups #Franchising

The Tier 1 Entrepreneur visa route is for non-European migrants who want to invest in the UK by setting up or taking over and being actively involved in the running of a business or businesses here. The UK is one of the most open economies in the world and applicants can generally invest in most types of businesses but there are some exceptions....

Nov
10
2016

Home Office’s Online Permanent Residence service for EEA Nationals
#Immigration #Employment #UK Immigration #Clarkslegal

EEA or Swiss nationals wishing to apply for a Permanent Residence document can now do so using the Home Office’s new online service. The service which was introduced last month, can be used by most EEA nationals. It does not, however, apply to students or those who are self-sufficient and are either reliant on a family member for support or are financially responsible for any other family members....

Nov
04
2016

Business Immigration Update: Changes to Tier 2 Route Announced for 24 November 2016
#Immigration

Yesterday, the UK government announced changes to the immigration rules which will affect Tier 2 visa applications made on or after 24 November 2016....

Oct
18
2016

Preparing for the unknown – practical tips for employers of EU workforces
#Immigration

Although the UK’s Leave vote has had no immediate impact on free movement rights, businesses which employ EEA nationals and their family members may wish to start thinking about the implications of BREXIT now. There are risks and opportunities to be aware of and contingency plans which may need to be put in place....

Sep
23
2016

No appeal rights for Extended Family Members of EEA Nationals
#Immigration

In the case of Sala (EFMs: Right of Appeal) [2016] UKUT 411 (IAC) the Upper Tribunal has held that there is no right of right of appeal against the Home Office’s decision not to grant a Residence Card to the Extended Family Member (“EFM”) of an EEA national. ...

Sep
23
2016

Business Immigration Update: Changes to Tier 2 Intra-Company Transfer (ICT) Route
#Immigration

Following the Migration Advisory Committee (MAC)’s review of the Tier 2 visa route this January, the Home Office announced significant reform to the Tier 2 (Intra-Company Transfer) visa category....

Sep
09
2016

Right to work checks – do you have a statutory excuse?
#Immigration

All employers regardless of whether they hold a Sponsor Licence or not, are expected to carry out prescribed document checks on all employees before they start work. Provided that an employer has carried out the appropriate checks, it will have a statutory excuse against liability for a civil penalty if it later comes to light that any worker has been working illegally in the UK....

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