Immigration Solutions for HR
Dealing with business-related immigration issues is tricky and time consuming for UK HR professionals, and getting things right is critical for reputational and workforce planning reasons.
We understand this, which is why we have developed a suite of toolkits, training and onsite support specifically for HR professionals and employees.
Our toolkits offer a handy reference resource written in clear language and offering practical tips on how to manage required processes.
Our training is delivered by expert immigration lawyers in a variety of formats, including face-to-face, e-learning and webinar. We are able to tailor the training to ensure it is relevant to your business and answers any questions you may have.
For more detailed guidance, or when you need reassurance that your existing immigration compliance processes are fit for purpose, we can provide onsite support services. Depending on your business’s requirements, these may focus on meeting the needs of HR professionals and managers, relevant employee groups or both.
Watch our video on how our Immigration solutions for HR could help you.
Full details about our Immigration Solutions for HR services are in our brochure.
Survey raises question on whether sponsors may be missing reporting duties09 June 2020
We recently conducted an employer survey which revealed that only 10% of respondents had made reports on sponsored workers’ conditions changing as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Immigration Law Academy08 June 2020
We are pleased to share with you our new date for our popular Immigration Law Academy. This will be delivered virtually via Webex as a set of two sessions.
MAC launches six-week call for evidence on shortage occupations18 May 2020
Employers have until 24 June 2020 to provide their views on what occupations should be on the shortage occupation lists for UK sponsored skilled migration from 1 January 2021.
MAC publishes recommendations for future UK immigration system29 January 2020
The UK Government will be disappointed by the MAC’s firm rejection of an Australian points-based system for skilled workers with a job offer.
What's happening in immigration law09 May 2019
With the backdrop of Brexit, complex rules and an increased focus on compliance, keeping up to speed on immigration developments is crucially important for HR professionals.