Whether you’re an employer, educational organisation or a charity, we provide advice and assistance on all areas of business immigration. If you’re looking to engage a worker or student from overseas, we can advise you on the best options to suit your business needs.
We understand that individuals require support with their immigration requirements. We advise individuals across all sectors, whether they are employed, self-employed, students studying or family members of migrants.
|For business users, we focus on the following areas:||For individuals, we focus on the following areas:|
- Licence applications
- Administration of licence
|Employment or self-employment
- PBS dependants
- Entrepreneur – extensions only
- Investor – extensions only
- Start-up or Innovator
- Temporary Workers
- Skilled workers
- Temporary workers
- Senior or specialist workers
- Graduate trainees
- UK expansion workers
- Secondment workers
- Service suppliers
- Scale-up visas
- Student visas
|Overseas representative – extensions only|
|Business visitors||Youth mobility scheme|
|Frontier workers||High potential visas|
|Right to Work compliance|
- Right to Work checks
- Training in prevention of illegal working
- Opposing Civil Penalties
|Global talent scheme|
|Global Mobility solutions||Students and graduates|
- Start-up or Innovator
- Overseas representative
|EEA Citizens and family members|
We recently successfully made representations to the Home Office to reinstate sponsors who had their sponsorship licences suspended.
We have also successfully conducted appeals through various channels, including the Immigration Tribunal, liaison with UKVI and Members of Parliament.
We regularly provide training to businesses on their obligation to undertake right to work checks.
We have also provided workshops for employees potentially affected by the UK’s exit from the European Union.
The UK has left the European Union. We provide details on key issues that will affect businesses in the UK over the coming months and into the future. Visit our Brexit: Spotlight page for more information.
Immigration Law Sponsorship Administration Services
Employers Guidance for hires from 1 July 2021, including , Right to Work on existing EU nationals and sponsorship (Source: Home Office)
The Covid-19 pandemic has affected business across the globe. As of Friday 18 March 2022 all Covid-19 travel restrictions applying to vaccinated and unvaccinated travellers were lifted in England. We will update on any future developments and share them on our insights page (link below).
We regularly host live webinars as well as share pre-recorded webinars on our Immigration playlist of our YouTube channel: