Business Immigration

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Business Immigration Law

We specialise in assisting individuals and businesses with immigration advice on matters such as entry visas, work permit applications, sponsors licences, extensions and compliance matters. The law is constantly changing and it is hard to understand the legislation around commercial immigration. Our expertise means we can save you time, effort and money by ensuring you get on the right path from the outset.

We understand that you may need to recruit talent by employing foreign nationals from inside and outside of the EU and we can guide you through the process, applications and compliance issues. Previous clients have included restaurant owners, oil and gas company recruiting staff from overseas, businesses with branches overseas requiring intra company transfers, etc.

EU citizens who move to the UK from 1 January 2021

A new immigration system is being designed by the UK Government, similar to the ‘Australian-style’ points-based system. It will treat EU and non-EU citizens equally and aims to attract people who can contribute to the UK’s economy.

A new visa application process and immigration routes will open from autumn 2020 for applications to work, live and study in the UK from 1 January 2021. The points-based system will include a route for skilled workers who have a job offer from an approved employer sponsor.

From January 2021, any job offered will need to be at a required skill level of RQF3 or above (equivalent to A level). Candidates must be able to speak English.

The minimum general salary threshold will be reduced to £25,600. If less than this – but no less than £20,480 – potential employees may still be able to apply by ‘trading’ points on specific characteristics against their salary. For example, if the job offered is an occupation in a shortage or requires a PhD.

There will not be an immigration route specifically for low-skilled workers. The seasonal agricultural visa pilot scheme will be expanded – recognising the significant reliance this sector has on low-skilled temporary workers.

Short-term work visas in specific sectors (the current ‘Tier 5’) and investor, business development and talent visas (the current ‘Tier 1’) will be opened up to EU citizens.

How we can help you with your business immigration requirements

We will explain what you need for your precise requirements, making applications and guiding you on the process, application and format of the UKVI requirements. We will keep you constantly updated throughout the course of your application and ensure that the process is as efficient and stress-free as possible.

Once we have sorted your requirements, we can support you with ways to stay compliant.

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