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Not only do immigration regulations differ from country to country, but also the management of international assignees is extremely complex and time-consuming, demanding support from a committed and experienced team who can offer expert guidance on immigration issues and policy.
The EY Global Immigration team assist organisations and individuals in the following ways:
- UK Business Immigration Compliance – Permission to work and visa applications and extensions for business employment situations
- UK Business Immigration Consulting – Advisory work for companies new to business immigration, educational and support services for in-house departments, entrepreneurs, business persons, highly skilled migrants and nationality matters
- Global Immigration Co-ordination – Bespoke outsourcing of business immigration for global corporations utilising EY’s global network of immigration specialists
Furthermore, by applying advanced technology we enable automated tracking, monitoring and reporting of your cases.
With the strengthening of UK Immigration legislation it is more important than ever for employers to remain fully compliant with UK Immigration regulations.
Ensuring internal systems and processes are in place to comply with sponsor duties and illegal working laws are vital to avoid the risks associated with employing migrant workers under the Points Based System.
The Home Office carries out audits, and employers can lose their licence if a company is not compliant with sponsor duties. In addition, there are financial penalties if a company is found to be employing someone illegally.
Employers must ensure sponsor licences are in place before employing any national from outside the EU, and the licensing process can take up to 6 weeks. Planning ahead can avoid delays in bringing migrant workers to the UK for assignments, or extending existing work permission.