Since 27 January 1997, employers have had a duty to check that all new employees are entitled to work in the United Kingdom. This check gives them a defence against conviction or an excuse against payment of a civil penalty if they are later found to have employed an illegal migrant worker.
The law on preventing illegal migrant working has occasionally been revised since then, most recently and notably on 29 February 2008.
Delivering your training sessions
The training session can be delivered at your business premise, school or can be delivered online. We create personal relationships with our clients, by holding our training sessions, in an engagement method.
What ICS Legal covers in our training sessions
Taking this in mind, ICS Legal addresses these issues by conducting “Client Based Training” for colleagues who are involved in immigration compliance. Our objective is to develop forward-thinking, proactive plans for continuous improvement and program enhancement.
We at ICS Legal conduct training on UK immigration, which is suitable for employers, educational providers or those who have been tasked to manage the compliance of the sponsor management system.
Therefore, we give our clients access to a full range of information to help them most effectively implement their immigration programs. We are pleased to provide on-site training to our clients that cover such topics as temporary work and residence permit procedures, permanent residence processes and corporate immigration.
Our ways of working are according to our Professional Practice Code whereby our policy is to facilitate knowledge-sharing and enhancement of immigration strategies and processes, and on developing strategies to drive efficiency and deliver consistent quality to our clients.
Arranging a training session with ICS Legal
If you would like to arrange a training session, please contact our business support team. You can speak to one of our UK Immigration Lawyers on 0207 237 3388 or you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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