Our Specialist Business Immigration Lawyers are on hand to provide specialist advice relating to the recruitment and employment of foreign employees. Trust is an important factor in a successful business relationship.
This section explains the types of professional services we can provide to your organization and to your clients. An assignment is never simply about immigration, we provide advice on the application for work permits to migration management to strategizing your HR policies to comply with UK Home Office regulations.
Our Business Immigration Lawyers advise corporate clients on all aspects of business immigration relating to the recruitment and continued employment of foreign employees both from inside and outside of the EU.
In the modern workplace, it is common to need the experience and expertise of certain specialist skills. However, sometimes these skills are not available in the immediate location and the employer must look abroad to recruit. In this instance, the employer must provide the appropriate legal documentation such as a Certificate of Sponsorship (CoS) so that the employee is eligible to work in the desired location. This process can often be stressful and lead to a number of legal implications due to the sensitive nature of the desired recruitment method.
The immigration system in the UK is very strict and involves many different rules, that if not followed can cause issues for the employer and the employee. We can assist you with all matters relating to the immigration process to make sure you are confident with your employee recruitment.
Our business immigration lawyers have a wide range of experience in corporate immigration law. We provide wide-ranging advice to employers in relation to the UK Immigration Rules including:
Advice on applications for sponsorship status.
Transfers and secondments of foreign-based employees to work for a UK employer abroad.
The recruitment of skilled foreign workers.
Transfers and secondments of employees to the UK.
Verification requirements to ensure compliance with the UK Immigration Rules
We provide immigration advice to all business sizes, both small and large multi-national businesses.
How ICS Legal can help you with your migration program
We have principles and rules that govern our behaviors and our qualities as individuals ensure we are here to provide the right solution to your requirements. As a legal firm dedicated to Immigration Law, our values help us create a unified image of our firm through consistent delivery of services.
Our team is involved in a number of projects which involves working closely with business managers and the human resources team, supporting their business in a wide capacity. We work with small business companies to multi-national, our experience and knowledge in various industries equip us to provide the required support to your business. Our team is dedicated to meet your demands and provide an efficient legal service to your firm.
If you are looking to recruit an employee who is based in a foreign country our specialist business immigration solicitors can help you.
You can contact us by phone, email, or using the inquiry form on the right of this page.
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