Open your business to talent from around the world
26mar3:00 pm3:45 pmPast EventOpen your business to talent from around the world3:00 pm - 3:45 pm
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You may have heard that the Immigration Rules recently changed to allow employment of more people from overseas as Skilled Workers or as University graduates. At the same time, EU nationals
You may have heard that the Immigration Rules recently changed to allow employment of more people from overseas as Skilled Workers or as University graduates.
At the same time, EU nationals now require permission to live and work in the UK. Many of them have confirmed their pre-settled or settled status. But some are still unaware that the documents issued to them before Brexit will lose validity in July. Ironically, it is often those who have lived in the UK for a very long time and have been settled for years who assume that their status is safe and they are exempt from any further requirements.
Our online event is for employers and business owners who wish to know more about employment of non-British citizens and to make sure that EU nationals working for them have secured the right documentation before it is too late. We will give you an overview of the concept of sponsorship and how it compares with other options and will show you the cost of sponsoring a person from overseas.
The event will cover:
- The rights of EU nationals – a FREE application your employees should make to protect their right to work;
- Who has the right to work in the UK without being sponsored – the new Graduate route, its perks from the employer’s perspective;
- Sponsoring a skilled worker – what is sponsorship and how much it costs
We will take your questions and suggestions for the topics you may wish to cover in more depth.
(Friday) 3:00 pm - 3:45 pm
Helena SheizonHelena is the founder and managing director of Kadmos Consultants. She was called to the bar in 2005 and has been specialising in immigration since 2006. She is registered as Level 3 (OISC top level) immigration advisor with a licence for Judicial Review case management.