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The MAC has made some important recommendations to the UK government regarding the UK immigration system, and the UK labour market and coronavirus.
We discuss what the MAC’s role is, key points mention in this year’s report, our key takeaways from the report and how these recommendations may impact the future of the UK immigration system.
The Nationality and Borders Bill has been making its way into the media headlines due to being considered controversial.
In this video, we explain what this new Nationality and Borders Bill is, why it is being introduced, what it contains and what it may mean for you. At the time of recording, the Bill has been introduced to Parliament, passed the House of Commons and is awaiting a second reading in the House of Lords.
A relationship breakdown is hard in any circumstances. If you are on a UK visa as a partner or spouse and your relationship with your partner breaks down, then your immigration status will be affected.
Roshni, on our paralegals at Woodcock Law, explains what happens if a relationship breaks down whilst you are in the UK on a spouse visa, what options may be available to you and how you can get in contact with us.
We also cover what happens if you are a victim of domestic violence whilst you are in the UK on a spouse visa and the routes that may be available to you (Indefinite leave to remain).
It is really important that all UK employers carry out right to work checks. This ensures that they are hiring legally and do not accidentally employ illegal workers who do not have the right to work in the UK and/or discriminate against individuals during the hiring process.
Simran, one of our paralegals, covers what right to work checks are, what you need to check, the importance of the checks (and the consequences of not checking) and where you can access further UK government guidance.
In this webinar, we cover the importance of checks during the hiring process, the notices you may receive from the Home Office if you are believed to be hiring illegal workers and the penalties (with recent statistics) that you may face if you do not comply with the correct codes of conduct.
Considering working in the UK? If you want to work at your company’s UK branch, an Intra-company visa is needed.
In this video, we discuss the two types of Intra-company visa is, the process of applying, how much they cost and which one is best for you. Stick around at the end where we give answers to some real-life questions.
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