As Immigration lawyers we are able to advise our clients about how they can comply with their Sponsorship Licence duties and preparing them for Immigration audits.

Compliance with Sponsorship Licence duties by Companies, Charities and other organisations who employ migrants is extremely important as serious consequences may follow if a breach occurs. Possible consequences range from the Downgrading of a Sponsorship Licence to Civil or Criminal penalties.
Home Office may opt to carry out checks on organisations which holds a Sponsorship Licence with or without notice. Home Office Officials may visit an organisation even before a Sponsorship Licence is issued and at anytime after one has been granted.

We can assist firms and their HR departments with ensuring that they are carrying out the right checks with confirming Employees’ Right to Work, Preventing illegal Working, Sponsorship Requirements with regard to Minimum skill levels and advertising vacancies to Settled workers first. In addition to this we able to advise on putting systems in place to report on Sponsored Migrants records including absences and Change of Circumstances.

Our team of Immigration Advisers can provide advice on all matters relating to Sponsorship Licence duties and are able to provide tailored and bespoke advice to organisation requiring this service.