Whether you are a business or a faith community, if you want to employ a non-EU foreign national you must first have a Sponsor Licence to enable you to sponsor them to work.

Sponsor Licences have been described by the court as a “Fragile Gift” and the Home Office would not disagree – there are over 200 pages of guidance and rules, all of which must be complied with at all times as failure to do so can result in your licence being revoked, your employees being removed and even criminal charges, if it is found that you have employed a worker illegally. That said, we know that many businesses/faith organisations cannot survive in the UK without their valued foreign employees and our team are here to make the process as painless as possible.

Our business immigration team have helped a wide variety of organisations successfully and smoothly acquire their Sponsor licences. Our client base is across a wide variety of sectors including fashion and retail, oil and gas and the hospitality sector.   

 When obtaining a Sponsor licence is not possible, we have the knowledge and experience across the full immigration map to ensure that all other immigration alternatives are fully explored. This sets us apart from some commercial practices whose experience lies in purely business immigration.  

More information about Sponsor Licences

Our business immigration team have helped a wide variety of organisations successfully and smoothly acquire their Sponsor licences.   Our client base is across a wide variety of sectors including fashion and retail, oil and gas and the hospitality sector.   

When obtaining a Sponsor licence is not possible, we have the knowledge and experience across the full immigration map to ensure that all other immigration alternatives are fully explored.   This sets us apart from some commercial practices whose experience lies in purely business immigration.  

What's next?

To arrange a fixed fee business immigration consultation contact our Business Immigration team by email or phone Janey Armstrong or Laura Penman.

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