Sponsor Licence Compliance Audit UK

Our skilled employees can point out any issues and make sure everything is in order. To schedule a UK sponsor licence compliance check, contact UK Immigration Solicitors at 0203 384 4389.

"*" indicates required fields

How can we help you today?

Name*
Name*
✓ Valid number ✕ Invalid number
*
This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.
How can we help you today?

What Is a Sponsor Licence Compliance Audit UK?

Businesses and organisations that hire foreign nationals have a responsibility to fulfil all immigration requirements; failing to do so might result in serious legal consequences. If you are concerned about your company’s compliance with applicable rules and regulations, you may rely on the UK Immigration Solicitor’s Sponsor Licence Compliance Audit UK service. Before the home office comes to inspect your property. Call now at 0203 384 4389 

Is It Necessary to Conduct a Mock Audit for Sponsor Licence?

Those who have a sponsor licence need to keep accurate records of all their workers and students. This involves checking the workers’ right to work status and making sure the records include up-to-date contact information and documents of their visas for foreign workers.

In the United Kingdom, violators face penalties of up to £45,000 for the first infraction and jail terms of up to five years for subsequent infractions. Ensuring your readiness is crucial now as the government intends to toughen these fines soon, and evidence increasingly shows that more companies face charges. Call now at 0203 384 4389 

Our experienced UK immigration Solicitors can help you with your immigration process.

What Is Involved in Sponsor Licence Compliance Services?

To ensure you are keeping accurate records and fulfilling all legal requirements, our individualised service will conduct a comprehensive audit of your foreign worker’s records. The UK Immigration Solicitors team will spend a whole day at your location to give you pointers on better record-keeping and make sure you notify the Home Office of practices to your employees.

Given the many changes brought about by Brexit, the mock compliance audit is more important than ever for revealing any loopholes in the company’s procedures and hiring policies. Additionally, our audit team can help you with yearly Right to Work checks and make sure you are following the rules for hiring people from other countries and meeting minimum wage standards. Call at 0203 384 4389 

Our experienced UK immigration Solicitors can help you with your immigration process.

Do I Require a Sponsor Licence Compliance Audit UK?

To ensure adherence to immigration regulations, holders of sponsorship licences should conduct a compliance audit every three years. In particular, companies that just got a sponsor licence or are renewing one will benefit a lot from mock checks.

Additionally, certain sectors should guarantee they have strong compliance processes in place. Businesses in the food and catering industries, in particular, should be ready for an inspection by an immigration officer.

You may ensure that your company is in compliance with Home Office laws and avoid any financial or reputational harm by conducting a mock compliance audit. Call now at 0203 384 4389 

Our experienced UK immigration Solicitors can help you with your immigration process.

Why Should You Hire UK Immigration Solicitors?

If you or your company are an employer looking to be ready for a visit from the Home Office or UK Visas and Immigration, contact UK Immigration Solicitors to learn more about our tailored Sponsor Licence Compliance Audit UK and how our skilled team can assist.

Ensuring that you keep your present procedures up-to-date and compliant is crucial. This is especially important because an increasing number of firms are facing fines for not fulfilling their duties as sponsor licence holders. The need to ensure that your present procedures are up-to-date and compliant cannot be overstated, especially considering the growing number of firms that are being fined for failing to satisfy their duties as sponsor licence holders.

Call UK Immigration Solicitors at 0203 384 4389  for more information about our Sponsor Licence Compliance Services, sponsor responsibilities, and the consequences of hiring illegal immigrants.

Our experienced UK immigration Solicitors can help you with your immigration process.

Frequently Asked Questions

Most of the time, a child needs a visa in order to live in the UK. For instance, if their parent is a foreign national working or studying in the country, the child may need a Child Dependant Visa.

The procedure to become a citizen of another nation is called naturalisation. The process of naturalisation enables foreign nationals to live and work in the UK without being subject to immigration laws. Unless you are of British heritage, you must apply for British Naturalisation to qualify as a British citizen. You have to fulfil a number of requirements before you can submit an application for naturalization. You have to:
  • Possess a minimum age of 18 years old;
  • Be of good character and sound mind;
  • Intend to stay in the United Kingdom;
  • Have a basic understanding of life in the UK;
  • Possess fluency in Scottish Gaelic, Welsh, or English; and
  • Fulfil the five-year required residential requirement (three for British citizens’ spouses or civil partners).
  • You will automatically be granted permanent residence status if you are a citizen of one of the European Economic Area’s (EEA) member states, or if you are someone’s family member who is, and you must continuously exercise your right to free movement within the EEA within the United Kingdom for a period of five years. But before you can apply for naturalization, you have to maintain this status for a full year.
    To make your application valid, you have to pay the full fee. If your request is denied, you will not get a refund. But if you don’t submit your biometric information, your application form will be returned as inapplicable, and your money will be returned less than a £25 processing fee. The following are the new application fees for British Citizenship:
  • The cost of registering as an adult British citizen is £1,126.
  • The cost of registering a child as a British citizen is £1,012.
  • The old naturalization charge was £1,250.
  • The £80 fee for your citizenship ceremony is not included in these prices. If your application for naturalization is denied or withdrawn, you will receive your money back.
  • When submitting your application online, you will be instructed to use a debit or credit card to make the payment. On the other hand, if you use the paper way, you have to pay with a cheque or a credit card using the payment slip.

    When naturalizing as a citizen of Britain, you must also pay to participate in your British Citizenship ceremony. Along with many other new citizens, you will promise to uphold the freedoms, rights, and laws of the United Kingdom. To be known as a British national, you have to be there at this event.

    Instead, you might be able to apply as a British citizen, although there are a number of complex categories here, such as if you are a kid under 18 or a British overseas or overseas territory citizen who has already renounced their citizenship. This covers children born in the UK to non-British parents or children in the country who are under a dependent child visa.

    You can also be eligible to apply for UK citizenship if your grandparents are citizens of the UK. These kinds of cases are complex and decided on an individual basis.

    You can register your children for UK citizenship even though British Naturalisation is only available to applicants who are at least 18 years old. In fact, if your family members now possess Indefinite Leave to Remain, they may be listed on your application.

    Your children, who must be 13 years of age or older, can only apply for Naturalization if they had resided in the UK for a minimum of 2 years prior to submitting the application.

    As soon as you receive your status of settlement, kids who were born in the UK before you obtained ILR or EU Settled Status may be eligible to register for British citizenship. On the other hand, children born in the UK to non-British parents who are already residents of the nation are granted citizenship at the time of birth.

    After getting British citizenship, you would be eligible to request a British passport and will no longer be bound by UK immigration controls.

    The most credible evidence of British citizenship is this; if you don’t have the required documents to apply for a passport, you might be eligible to request for a Nationality Status Document instead.

    British citizenship application and British Nationality law can be very complicated, so it is strongly advised that you seek the assistance of an immigration professional.

    Generally, you can apply to become a British citizen if you’re a citizen of the EEA and you have resided in the UK for five years or longer after your application was submitted.

    After five years of ongoing residency in the UK, you are eligible for established status or permanent residence (PR) without leaving for more than 90 days in any 12-month time. If you satisfy the required requirements—that contain the requirement of English language and not having gone abroad for more than 450 days in your five years there—After 12 months of permanent residency, you will be qualified to submit a request for British citizenship.

    With Brexit approaching the government of the UK intends to alter the criteria for European citizens to register in the country. Citizens must register with the Settlement Scheme to secure their status when the UK quits the EU.

    Your eligibility for citizenship may be affected by past offences and convictions, though this will depend on the specific offence and conviction.

    Speak with an experienced immigration specialist for additional information. Our legal teams can guide when a conviction will run its course and when a person may apply to become a citizen. We can also provide you with advice regarding the impact of your conviction on your application for British nationality, settled status, and permanent residence.

    As per the British Nationality Act, your period of absence from the United Kingdom during the twelve months before the submission of your application for naturalization must not exceed ninety days. It is the basic residency criteria for obtaining British citizenship.

    UKIS counsels and helps many people with their applications for British citizenship. You need either EU Settled Status, ILR, or permanent residence to become a naturalized citizen of the UK. We at UKIS can assist you with your case. One of our experienced solicitors will help you by:
  • Confirming that you have enough supporting documentation to back up your argument by reviewing them;
  • Determining your eligibility for settled status, permanent residency, and British citizenship;
  • Contacting Home Office to get an update on your naturalization or permanent residency status;
  • Drafting a representation letter to go with your documents;
  • Ensuring that you pass your English language test, 
  • Making sure you’re ready to qualify for the “Life in the UK” exam 
  • Make sure to complete every section of the citizenship request form to the best of your ability.
  • Make an enquiry or give us a call at 0203 384 4389 to speak with our expert.

    Quick Contact Form NHP (1)

    Inline form for homepage

    "*" indicates required fields

    How can we help you today?

    Name*
    Name*
    ✓ Valid number ✕ Invalid number
    *
    This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

    Our Services

    Spouse visa, Fiancé Visa, Civil Partner Visa
    Child Dependent Visa, Adult Dependent Relative Visa
    ILR (Indefinite Leave to Remain), Visa Extensions, ILR through Domestic Violence
    Retaining Rights of Residents, Settlement Status
    Appeal a Decision , Challenge a Refusal, Judicial Review, Administration Review
    Denied Entry , Deportation, Legal Representation, Detention & Bail
    UK Business Expansion, UK Start-up Visa
    UK Investor Visa, UK Self Sponsorship Visa,UK Sole Representative Visa
    UK Visit Visas, Business Visit Visa
    Visit Visa For marriage & Civil Partnership, Medical Treatment Visitor Visa
    Skilled Worker Visas, Graduate Visa
    Domestic Worker in Private Household Visa
    Student Visa, Child Student Visa