Today’s workforce is increasingly international, with companies competing for talent on a global scale.
It is more critical than ever to mobilise the skills and knowledge bases of the modern workforce across borders in order to reconfigure operations, respond to shifting demand or to enter new markets.
As businesses look to strategically deploy and secure talent, getting immigration right is a critical, but complex, process. Expert advice that can smooth the transition is vital. Our specialist approach minimises the risk of avoidable problems which can slow progress and provides fast turnaround solutions to any unexpected issues that arise.
From relocations for senior executives or even entire teams to high net worth individuals or high-profile celebrities or athletes – and their families – relocating on a temporary or permanent basis, we provide a truly personal, end-to-end service, operating from our offices across London, Cardiff, Oxford, Belfast, Dublin and Hong Kong. Knowing how time-sensitive and stressful the process can be, we have the expertise to hit the ground running and minimise the impact on your business and the lives of the people involved.
Immigration Law Academy19 April 2023
We are pleased to share with you our next dates for our highly popular immigration law academy. Our academy is delivered in a practical and engaging way, using real-life examples, and case studies to bring the issues to life.
Mock sponsor licence audit28 February 2023
In this session we will walk you through a Home Office sponsor audit for a work route sponsor.
British citizens on business travel in the Schengen Area: case study for Belgium30 January 2023
The right to work or conduct business in the Schengen Area must be verified on a case-by-case basis, considering the immigration laws in each country the person intends to be present in. This article focuses on the position for British citizens on business travel to Belgium.
British citizens travelling for business in the Schengen Area25 January 2023
To avoid a potential clash with local immigration authorities, UK employers need to be mindful of the applicable rules when they send British staff to the Schengen Area for business. Ensuring compliance will avoid potential penalties, operational disruption and reputational damage.
Monitoring British citizens’ travel in the Schengen Area: EES and ETIAS05 January 2023
Soon, monitoring travel within the Schengen Area will significantly improve with the implementation of new IT systems. This article focuses on how the implementation of the Entry/Exit System (‘EES’) and the European Travel Information and Authorisation System (‘ETIAS’) is likely to affect British travellers.
What’s happening in immigration law in 2023?05 January 2023
Employers may receive mixed messages on immigration in 2023 as the Government grapples with addressing skills shortages while aiming to bring down net migration. As the recession bites, the Home Office may step up compliance activities for sponsors and on right to work.
New Immigration Skills Charge exemption for certain Senior or Specialist Workers04 January 2023
From 1 January 2023, sponsors of EU national workers being transferred from an EU-based business to the UK for up to 36 months under the Global Business Mobility Senior or Specialist Worker route are exempt from paying the Immigration Skills Charge.
Factsheet Schengen visa22 December 2022
The Schengen visa route is a short-stay visa which permits its holder to travel to and between Schengen countries. The visa permits the holder to travel to the Schengen area for a maximum of 90 days within any 180 days for tourism, business, work, study or transit purposes, depending on the type of visa they have applied for and been granted. Work authorisation and exemptions should also be verified in each jurisdiction.