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Surviving Brexit

31st Jan 2020 News

The UK is leaving the European Union on 31st January 2020. Here are 5 important points for EU nationals and the businesses that employ them. Free movement will continue until the end of 2020. EU and EEA nationals who already live in the UK can stay. New EU and EEA nationals can also move to the […]

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Australian Points Based System

29th Jan 2020 News

Influential committee recommends only limited introduction of an ‘Australian Points Based System’ The Migration Advisory Committee (MAC) has published its recommendations on the Governments’ promised ‘Australian-style Points-Based Immigration System’. Migrants with a Job Offer The MAC recommends that the current rules for those with a job offer in the UK should remain broadly the same as […]

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Right To Work Checks

21st Jan 2020 News

Right to work checks cause a lot of confusion and anxiety for both employers and employees. Busting some myths on right to work checks Right to work checks form a plank of the ‘hostile environment’. They can put both employers and employees in a difficult position. We often receive queries from employers who are not […]

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Tier 1 Exceptional Talent Visa

14th Jan 2020 News

Exceptional Talent Visa – What is it and who should apply for it? The Home Office have expanded the range of fellowships that lead to automatic endorsements for the Tier 1 Exceptional Talent visa. This is great news for those who qualify. This is a great visa for those who can get it because it […]

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Ethical Veganism. A Protected Characteristic

7th Jan 2020 News

Ethical Veganism amounts to a philosophical belief and is therefore a protected characteristic under the Equality Act 2010. So said the employment tribunal in a recent case brought by Jordi Casamitjana against his employer the League Against Cruel Sports (“the Company”). Mr Casamitjana was dismissed by the Company after he raised concerns with colleagues that […]

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It’s That Time Of Year Again – HMRC Announce Their Top Criminal Prosecutions Of 2019

3rd Jan 2020 News

What does it tell us? Compared to last year, the numbers of convictions are down by 71. The number of cases being criminally investigated is also down by 136. These figures are surprising given the clear shift over recent years to prosecute more. Of course, the cases investigated could be bigger and more complex, as […]

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Applying For a New Sponsor Licence After Revocation

2nd Jan 2020 News

Applying for a new sponsor licence after revocation by the Home Office- 5 lessons from a successful application If your sponsor licence is revoked following a compliance visit, then you will usually be subject to a 12 month cooling off period before you can apply again. At the end of that time, you can submit […]

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