There are three main reasons why making your immigration application yourself could be the best choice for you.
First, it is extremely important that you provide the Home Office with as much information about your personal circumstances as possible, and clearly no one knows your personal circumstances better than you. Even after telling your solicitor all about your case, they could still be unlikely to give a full and detailed account of your immigration history as well as you would. The more information you provide about your personal circumstances, the easier it will be for the Home Office to make the right decision about your case.
Yes! Did you know that students, even with permission to work a limited number of hours a week in the UK, can still be classed as migrant workers? The UK Visa and Immigration treat students the same as any other migrant workers.
So what does that mean for those of you who regularly employ students on a casual basis, even under zero hours contracts? Well it means you should have in place the correct human resources and recruitment systems to meet and maintain your responsibilities as an employer of migrant workers.
How To Avoid Illegal Working Penalties – For Employers. Monthly Newsletter- July 2017 Every year, thousands of employers in the UK are served with Civil Penalties and face custodial sentences for employing illegal workers. Under the Immigration, Nationality and Asylum Act 2006, employers are obligated to make compliance checks to ensure that their employee(s) have the right to work in[...]Read More
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