ICS Legal provides an advisory service to all our business and educational clients. The aim is to provide a consistent, strategic advice in respect of migration and sponsor management system.
The Home Office uses the Immigration Management System to ensure that your business or educational institutions remain compliant on the sponsoring system.
Whenever, we are tasked to take over your sponsor management system, we will ask you the following information:
The length of time you have held the sponsor licence.
The size of your organisation.
Compliance activity, which would include visits by the Home Office, suspension of your licence and any other relevant details.
Number of migrants you are sponsoring.
Setting up an immigration program to support your business operation requires meticulous planning. At ICS Legal, our Immigration Lawyers naturally play the role of providing direction and guidance on how to set up an immigration program to all our corporate clients. Whether a client needs assistance in starting a program from the ground up or wants help in restructuring in the face of organisational or staffing changes, ICS Legal Immigration Lawyers is eager to partner with clients to develop the best solutions.
Our aim is simple, to advise and recommend the immigration best practices to clients, addressing components such as staffing and resources, technology utilisation, service delivery models, compliance strategies and procedures, training and education, and performance measurement. We also help clients integrate their immigration program with related corporate initiatives, particularly in Human Resources areas such as recruiting, career development and relocation.
Our Audit Reporting team who will include our Immigration Lawyers will conduct an inspection to understand the client’s current business operation, as it allows us the opportunity to advice and plan to meet the required needs. We perform due diligence investigations which require a close analysis of the current immigration status of the employees, a determination of the impact of the corporate change on status, and the filing of applications necessary to maintain each employee's status.
After a thorough evaluation, the team advises and assists the client in implementing any immigration strategies that may be necessary. Whatever the circumstances, ICS Legal Immigration Lawyers provides a complete range of services to ensure that the employer and all of its employees are adequately protected from the potential legal effects that the immigration laws may have in a changing corporate structure.
Advice on renewing your sponsor licence
As a sponsor licence holder, you will need to renew your sponsor licence every 4 years and can apply for the licence, 3 months prior to its expiry. In most of the renewal applications, it can be straight forward however if your business or educational institutions have gone through changes, then you will need to take legal advice prior embarking on re-applying for the sponsor licence. If you fail to renew your sponsor licence, this will impact all the migrants you sponsor.
Advice on compliance visit
The Home Office as part of the management of the sponsor licence, will conduct compliance visits. These are undertaken both announced and unannounced visits, the check that as a sponsor licence holder, you are adhering to the rules and maintain the integrity of the system. ICS Legal will be able to advice and support on how to prepare the compliance visit.
Accreditation and registration advice
ICS Legal can provide full legal advice on appropriate accreditation and registration required for your business or your educational institution. This will be required as part of your sponsor management system.
Advice on genuine vacancy test and genuine student test
Both employers and educational institutions prior sponsoring migrants, must ensure that the compliance requirements have been completed. Further to this, we advise on how to meet the policy and keeping evidences, to ensure once the sponsorship are assigned to the respective migrants, the qualified requirements have been met.
Our advisory service in full
At ICS Legal, our Immigration Lawyers specialise in a wide range of UK Visas, nationality and immigration applications to the UK Home Office, responsible for controlling immigration. Our qualified Immigration Lawyers can provide advice, practical assistance and professional representation to guide you through the application and decision-making process from start to finish.
You may be a foreign national planning to work, study or settle in the UK, or you may already be settled here, or you may be a British citizen hoping for a non-European partner or family members to join you. Regardless, taking advantage of the expertise offered by ICS Legal will eliminate stress, whilst maximising your chances of a successful outcome, with any UK visa application or appeal.
Our experienced Immigration Lawyers have an exemplary track record in applying for family and partner/spouse visas, as well as visitors, workers and student visas, including Tier 1, Tier 2, Tier 4 and Tier 5 visa applications under the UK’s five tier points-based system. Migrants can be sponsored under the point based system and more details can be found by clicking here.
With direct access to our Immigration Lawyers, we can offer advice and assistance in applications to extend your stay in the UK. This includes Indefinite Leave to Remain, EEA family permit applications for relatives of European nationals, obtaining and renouncing British citizenship and entry clearance. Our Immigration Lawyers are also experts in dealing with visa expiry issues leading to the detention or removal of an individual from the UK, appeals and bail applications before the Immigration and Asylum Tribunal, and all human rights-related matters.
As one of the leaders in UK immigration, ICS Legal offers an extensive range of corporate immigration services for entrepreneurs, overseas investors, businesses, employers, highly skilled and highly valued workers, and education providers.
We offer specialist immigration advice and assistance for those wanting to work or set up a business in the UK and can advise employers on sponsor licensing if they are seeking to recruit migrant workers on a UK visa or work permit.
Partnering with ICS Legal on UK migration services
Our Business Lawyers are here to help. Our commitment to you is:
Provide clear, straightforward legal advice in a language you understand.
A highly professional personal service.
A friendly, caring and approachable team of UK Immigration Lawyers.
Transparent costs with no hidden surprises.
It’s not that we think differently. It’s that we are different given our time in this industry. Reassuringly so. You can speak to one of our UK Immigration Lawyers on 0207 237 3388 or you can email us at email@example.com.
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