Foreign Workers in the UK
Are you looking to take your business to the next level? At Duncan Lewis Solicitors, we recognise the skills and expertise foreign nationals can bring to your work place. We also understand that the constant Immigration rule changes can make navigating through the process a minefield exercise. This is where our specialist Immigration lawyers can step in and guide you through the applications and help overcome any obstacles.
UK employers will first need to apply for a sponsorship licence from the Home Office to prevent the employment of illegal immigrants in the UK and minimise any unnecessary disruption to your business.
For short, medium or long-term new hires, a Skilled Worker licence is normally most appropriate for most businesses.
If you are looking to transfer staff from your overseas business, especially if you are multinational company, this can be achieved under the Senior or Specialist Worker visa, which was formerly known as the intra-company route. You also need a Minister of Religion sponsorship licence if you require individual’s to work for your religious organisation.
For temporary workers, such as those attending a graduate training programme and authorised government mobility schemes, a Temporary Worker Licence may be more suitable. Our specialist team of Immigration solicitors will sit down with you to discuss the most appropriate and efficient route for your business.
Duncan Lewis has a wealth of Immigration experience behind the company and can manage and plan your applications to ensure a smooth and hassle free process for you. Our Immigration lawyers have worked with many businesses from start-up companies to SMEs and PLCs across industries including IT; Finance; Health & Care Sector, Hospitality and the Construction industry.
The rules and regulations can be quite confusing and our team of UK immigration solicitors can help you with providing mock audits of your business, guide you through the process and assist you with the relevant licence, certificate of sponsorship and the preparation and submission of a sponsorship application.
For further information on how our immigration lawyers can assist you and to discuss the various funding options available call us today for an conversation on 033 3772 0409, or e-mail us at email@example.com . We look forward to hearing from you
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