Tier 2 & 5 Sponsorship Licence Guidance for Employers and Educational Providers
The UK Tier 2 & 5 Sponsorship Licence allows UK businesses to employ non-EU migrant. This affords a company a significant competitive advantage as you will have the opportunity to recruit the most appropriate person for the job.
At ICS Legal were always excited in working with your company, whether it's a start-up or a multinational institution, our skill set is designed to cater for the organisation in question. The introduction of the Points Based System, enables us to structure Migration Plans ensuring your company is not affected by growth in the UK or abroad. One of the most important parts of the UK Home Office Licence Programme is to meet the Compliance requirements.
We comprehend the transition of individuals in the UK or abroad for the visa process can be a stressful position for any organisation, at ICS Legal we will plan and implement a working structure within your Human Resources Model where steps are completed prior to reaching the migration stage. At ICS Legal we are able to manage the initial Sponsor License applications to managing projects for all your employees across the world.
The UK Company Sponsor Licence which is part of the point based system covers the Tier 2, Tier 4 and Tier 5 categories to support businesses in the UK to manage the easier migration of individuals. This section will go through how to apply for a sponsor licence to sponsor migrant workers under the points-based system. To discuss your application for a sponsor licence, or you would like us to manage your immigration program including your sponsor management system, please e-mail us on firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 0207 237 3388. One of our trained Immigration Lawyers will be in touch to discuss your case in detail and provide an action plan including all relevant costing.
The Tier 2 Sponsorship Licence process
In order to make a successful Tier 2 Sponsorship Licence application an employer will need to demonstrate that:
You are a legitimate business/organisation working within the law of the United Kingdom;
There are no reasons to believe that you are a threat to immigration control in the UK; and
Your organisation is committed to fulfilling its sponsorship requirements.
In conjunction with the License process an employer is required to go through additional steps to recruit an individual or team to work with the organisation. It is best advised you contact us for more guidance.
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