Sterling Law and Drystone Chambers invite for the workshop for the UK employers and business owners to discuss practical issues of “Employing Foreign Workers in the UK, Sponsor Licence Pitfalls and How to Avoid Them”. The workshop will be held at the office of Drystone Chambers on Wednesday, 27 June 2018.
Date and time:
Wednesday, 27 June 2018 at 6.00 PM (followed by Q&A and wine reception)
Drystone Chambers, 35 Bedford Row, London, WC1R 4JH (MAP)
In order to hire a worker from outside of the EEA countries, the UK employer needs to obtain a Sponsor Licence from the Home Office. Although the process of obtaining a Sponsor Licence might seem straightforward, there are many peculiarities and practical issues that the British employer must take into account. Even once the Licence is granted, employers may still face additional checks and audits from the Home Office and will be required to comply with the numerous legal requirements.
To help the UK employers to deal with the practical issues of employing foreign workers and applying for a sponsor licence, we are organising this workshop.
- Julian Norman, Barrister, Immigration and Human Rights Expert (Drystone Chambers)
- Ruslan Kosarenko, Partner, Immigration and Human Rights Advocate (Sterling Law)
- Nataliya Varahash, Corporate Immigration Lawyer (Sterling Law)
- Prevention of illegal working & sponsoring foreign skilled workers
- UKVI compliance visits
- Issuance of sponsorship certificates
- Revocation of sponsor licence
- Q&A session
The workshop will be followed by a networking reception.
Admission is free by registration is required via Eventbrite.
If you have enquiries please contact: email@example.com or tel. 02078228535.