Business Immigration

We offer expert advice on a complete range of business immigration matters, from compliance with right-to-work legislation to sponsorship matters.

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Business Immigration

Business immigration legal service for managers recruiting talented workers from overseas

As the job market in the UK becomes increasingly competitive, more employers are hiring overseas workers to fulfil their recruitment needs, particularly in sectors experiencing skills shortages.

If your business is considering recruiting talent from outside the UK, or you are seeking reassurance on remaining up to date with the changing requirements for hiring migrant workers, our specialist employment solicitors will help you manage the process with confidence.

Our team has considerable experience in navigating the complexities of the UK’s points-based immigration system and will help ensure your business complies fully with the current rules and requirements.

Our comprehensive support includes advising on the complete range of business immigration matters, including compliance with right to work legislation, the application process for a sponsor license and sponsoring migrant workers.

Additionally, we can guide you in determining the most suitable visa for your business requirements.

We would be pleased to discuss your situation further. Please contact a member of our employment team at St Albans, Harpenden or Luton.

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